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Chow designed by Studio h

Packaging for UK based snack food brand Chow created by Studio h

Boutique design agency Studio h was recently commissioned to develop the visual identity and packaging for UK based snack food brand Chow and its first three products, Mini Chorizo, Beef Biltong and Queen Green Olives. Based around a non-format, cut and paste, mixed typographical approach and stamp texture, the design solution establishes a confident, quirky and playful brand personality while capturing the handcrafted quality and unexpected flavours of the product.

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Halliday’s designed by Family

Logotype designed by Family for vintage china hire service Halliday's

Aimed at both the corporate and commercial events/occasions market, Halliday’s is a specialist vintage china hire service established by Imogen Hudson earlier this year. Imogen commissioned London based multi-disciplinary design studio Family to develop the brand’s identity, printed collateral and online presence working in collaboration with photographer Jade Sukiya.

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Trap Recordings designed by Red

Logo designed by Red for UK independent recording studio Trap

Trap is a East Sussex (UK) based independent recording studio releasing music from artists such as The Drug Models Love and Ursula Points. The label’s new identity, developed by Red Design, mixes a bold typographical choice and a playful logo-mark that together appears contemporary in its simplicity and literal in its ideation.

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Peter Bailey designed by Bunch

Logo for photographer and digital artist management agency Peter Bailey Company designed by Bunch

Peter Bailey Company is an international representative of unique and talented photographers and digital artists. Established in 1982 it has offices in London and New York and commissions editorial work for a global client base. Their new identity designed by creative agency Bunch utilises negative space in the creation of a colourful PB monogram.

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