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DomésticoShop & DomésticoMarket by Mucho, Spain

Opinion by Richard Baird.

New graphic identity and bags designed by Mucho for Spanish furniture retailer DomésticoShop

DomésticoShop is online retailer of designer homeware which has grown to become the leader in the Spanish market. It stocks an array of items, from furniture and kitchenwear to textiles and lighting. To coincide with the launch of Doméstico’s concept store DomésticoMarket, and the opening of a new flagship store in Barcelona, the retailer worked with Mucho to revise its brand architecture and visual expression. This included a new logotype, a graphic identity of modern colour and form, and material assets that included bags, stickers, swing tags and signage.

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14 Islands by Bedow, Sweden

Opinion by Richard Baird

Logotype and business card by Bedow for Swedish creative development studio 14islands

14 Islands is a Swedish digital development studio that focuses on the design and build of distinctive and creative user experiences for companies such as Google, Adidas and Plume. Although its products are diverse, and include websites, apps and web-based games, these are linked by the studio’s commitment to balancing good design principles and technical performance with natural and playful interactions across all devices and screen sizes. The studio also experiments with emerging technologies, often gives talks and runs development workshops. This mix of play and technical insight is expressed by their new visual identity, designed by Stockholm-based Bedow, through colour, form, animated logo and dynamic on-screen elements, paired with the technical rigour of Monokrom’s screen-only font Aften. Visual identity runs across and connects assets such as business cards, t-shirts, tote bags, signage and website.

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Maisonette by Lotta Nieminen Studio, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird

Visual identity and invitation for children's online retailer Maisonette by Lotta Nieminen Studio New York

Maisonette is an American online retailer of luxury children’s brands, founded by former Vogue co-workers Sylvana Durrett and Luisana Mendoza Roccia. The retailer carries a carefully selected yet extensive catalogue of clothing, homeware, gifts and accessories that mixes local up-and-coming brands with those that are well-established and international.

Maisonette’s visual identity, designed by New York based Lotta Nieminen Studio, intends to balance and juxtapose a sense of play and a modern sophistication though scribbles and their arrangement and colour, a simple outline logo, similar logotype and a gold block foil finish. These link a variety of assets that include swing tags, stationery, business cardspackaging and website.

This is one of a number of recently documented projects designed over the last few years and uploaded to the Lotta Nieminen Studio website last week. Also check out Rent The Runway, and Cienne.

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