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Essem Design by Bedow

Business cards by Bedow for Essem Design, a Swedish manufacturer of artisanal hallway interiors.

Bedow worked with Essem Design, a Swedish manufacturer of ‘artisanal hallway interiors’ to develop a new brand identity treatment. This included logotype, advert, catalogue, product sheet and stationery design based around “Hej—Hej då”, hello and goodbye in Swedish, a reference, Bedow explain, to the most common phrase used in the hallway.

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Men’s Biz designed by ThoughtAssembly

Logotype, letterpress business cards and acid-etched brass signage by ThoughtAssembly for male grooming business Men's Biz

Men’s Biz is one of Australia’s leading online retailers of men’s grooming products. Following eight years of growth Men’s Biz decided to move into the world of high street retailing by opening their first physical store in Melbourne’s Royal Arcade. To coincide with this new venture Men’s Biz approached Melbourne based studio ThoughtAssembly to develop a new visual identity. This process went on to include a new logotype, letterpress stationery set, packaging, signage and soon to launch website.

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Silver & Green designed by Salad Creative

Hand written logotype designed by Salad Creative for UK based Mediterranean delicacy producer, importer and wholesaler Silver & Green

Silver & Green is a producer, importer and wholesaler of authentic Mediterranean delicacies such as olives, olive oil, tapas and meze, established in 2007 and located in the English Lake District. Silver & Green describes itself as a ‘family of foodies’ who share a passion for the Mediterranean, high quality artisanal products and good customer service.

Dorset based Salad Creative were recently commissioned to redesign Silver & Green’s brand identity and packaging in a way that would increase its appeal to delis, farm shops and food halls. Recognising that the market is currently well-served by a multitude of rustic and heritage brands, Salad Creative chose a playful, modern and handcrafted aesthetic that avoided the ‘obviously rustic’ and drew inspiration from the variety of ingredients and their Mediterranean origins.

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