Crayson designed by Beam

Logotype created by Beam for Crayson, a luxury estate agent serving the Notting Hill district of London

Crayson is a estate agent exclusively focused on selling luxury flats and houses in the Notting Hill district of North West London. The company approached graphic design studio Beam to develop an identity that could “exude confidence, stand out from its competitors and feel established. More private members club than glass-windowed high-street shop.”

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Bricos designed by Anagrama

Logo designed by Anagrama for Mexican electrical hardware store Bricos

Bricos, originally named Mayoreo Electrico Monterry, is an electrical hardware store servicing the North East and Monterry regions of Mexico. As part of an expansion plan the company approached design agency Anagrama to create their new identity, packaging propositions and retail environments with the consistency expected from international customers.

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More4 designed by ManvsMachine

Before and after: more4

More4 is a UK digital television channel owned by Channel Four that reruns documentaries, drama and lifestyle programmes of its parent channel as well as broadcasting a number of original pieces. Yesterday it was announced that from January 2012 More4 will have a new identity developed by London based digital design agency ManvsMachine, dropping the single colour and organically animated four, in favour of a new, geometric and colourful logo-mark.

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