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Hicks designed by Face, Mexico

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and envelopes with block foil and blind deboss detail designed by Face for Mexican real estate group Hicks.

Hicks is described by Face, the graphic design studio behind its new visual identity, as a new-generation real estate group with big ambitions, and who are currently in the process of building a state-of the art mixed-use project with architect Fernando Romero in the Mexican city of Chihuahua.

Face were commissioned to develop a brand identity system that would differentiate three speciality businesses; Hicks Capital, Hicks Development and Hicks Solutions, but would also have a commonality that reflected their collaborative approach to projects. Within this system, these companies are differentiated by colour and form but united by materiality, typography and layout across stationery and business cards.

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DNA Development by Face, Mexico

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity, white and copper foil business cards for real estate investment and development business DNA development by Face

DNA development is a New York based, privately held and vertically integrated real estate investment and development business that looks to create beautiful, functional and liveable spaces. This intention is reflected throughout their new brand identity, designed by Mexican graphic design studio Face, across business cards, stationery, notebooks and website.

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Hardpop 7 Years by Face, Mexico

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Silver foil invitation designed by Face for world-renowned Mexican electronic music venue Hardpop

Hardpop is an electronic music venue located in the Mexican city of Juárez. It plays host to both international and national DJ’s and has been acknowledged twice by DJ Magazine as one of the best clubs in the world. Hardpop’s brand identity, a contemporary interpretation of military insignia, and a mix of conventional and unconventional typographic forms created by graphic design studio Face—a significant departure from its previous identity—draws its inspiration from an interior of classic and modern detail. To celebrate the venue’s seventh bithday, Face created a number of anniversary specials and a new flyer system that would fit neatly within Hardpop’s signature style.

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