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Rich Brilliant Willing by Project Projects

Logo designed by Project Projects for Manhattan based furniture and lighting design studio Rich Brilliant Willing

Rich Brilliant Willing is an award winning Manhattan based contemporary furniture and lighting design studio established in 2009 by Rhode Island School of Design graduates Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams. The studio’s new identity, created by New York studio Project Projects, is an interesting mix of two dimensional monogram and three dimensional axis, a smart reference to the bespoke and structural nature of the products and the combined design experience of its three founding partners.

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Clifton Arms designed by Wash

Logo, menus and stationery with copper spot and foil print treatments and emboss detail designed by Wash for the Clifton Arms Hotel.

Clifton Arms is a hotel, restaurant, bar and brasserie situated within a grade two listed building at the heart of the UK seaside town of Lytham. The hotel has a rich heritage dating back to 1794 which includes a location change from Clifton Street to West Beach in 1840 and the reception of high profile guests such as Winston Churchill and The Beatles. Following a recent renovation, Preston based creative agency Wash, drawing inspiration from the hotel’s past, developed a new visual identity that includes a revised coat of arms, weighty slab serif logo-type and a warm copper colour palette.

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Privacy International designed by Paul Belford Ltd.

Logo and print with perforated detail designed by This Is Real Art for Privacy International

Privacy International is a UK based non-profit organisation established in 1990 to monitor the security intrusions of governments and business, increase the awareness of data protection concerns and establish ‘new forms of privacy advocacy’ at an international level. Made up of computer professionals, academics, lawyers, journalists and human rights campaigners the organisation has worked on initiatives across fifty countries and is funded by British privacy activist Simon Davies.

Design Studio This Is Real Art, now Paul Belford Ltd, worked with Privacy International to develop a new visual identity. The result blends a redacted visual device, synonymous with restricted government intelligence, a simple perforated material treatment, patterns and webcam stickers to make global security relevant and understandable at a personal level.

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