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Ona designed by Mucho

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Green and gold foiled business cards by Mucho for Spanish boutique travel agent Ona

Ona is a Spanish boutique travel agent providing its clients with personal, unique and private tours, day trips and stays in Barcelona and Catalonia. Its experienced guides offer professional insight into local culture, gastronomy, history, architecture, art and design, and provide round-the-clock assistance. Ona’s brand identity, designed by Mucho and based around the tagline “Tailored travel experiences”, is an unusual and distinctive mix of interactive monogram, business cards with light marble and green block foil detail, a website of light and then tinted photography, and monolinear iconography.

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Balclis designed by Mucho

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Graphic design by Mucho for Spanish auction house Balclis

Balclis is a leading Spanish auction house, founded in 1979, with a varied catalogue of antiquities including jewellery, fine art, books and furniture. Quick to recognise the changing nature of the market and the way that people engage with the auction process, Balclis moved from local business to secure international recognition. With this in mind, and to keep up with industry changes, the auction house engaged graphic design studio Mucho to redesign their visual identity and simplify experience. This included custom logotype, signage, editorial, business card and brochure, but also a revised and refined buying and selling process that is now more visual and understandable.

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CC Bar designed by Freytag Anderson

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Monogram designed by Freytag Anderson for champagne and cocktail bar at Hilton Park Lane, London

Glasgow based design studio Freytag Anderson recently worked with Fraher Architects to develop the brand identity and collateral for Champagne & Cocktails at the Hilton Hotel, 22 Park Lane, London. Based around a monogram, midnight blue colour palette, hand crafted finishes of wood cut and etched glass detail, and both visual and material texture, Freytag Anderson delivered what they describe as a luxurious and old-world aesthetic that is refined and accessible, and works alongside a contemporary interior. The project included window decal, business card and menu design.

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