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Mercer Supply Co. by Peck & Co., United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity, envelope and copper foiled notecard for salon and barber Mercer Supply Co. designed by Peck & Co.

Mercer Supply Co. is a barbershop, salon and retailer that provides high-end grooming goods and services to the modern man and woman of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The salon has an interior design of polished concrete flooring, exposed trusses, Edison bulbs, panels of wood, leather furniture and waxed denim aprons. It is thoroughly current in its mix of the hardwearing, utilitarian and the traditional. This is also expressed throughout its brand identity, designed by Tennessee studio Peck & Co., using type, illustration, material choice and print finish across bags, notecards, business cards, stationery, swing tags, tissue paper, coasters, and website.

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A. Andreassen by Bond, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and package design by the London office of Bond for new Scandinavian lifestyle brand A. Andreassen

A. Andreassen is a new Scandinavian lifestyle brand that brings the high quality and longevity expected of handmade shoes and the values and ideals associated with Scandinavian design to slippers. These are characterised by their simplicity, practicality and elegance, and their balance of traditional craft and contemporary design.

A. Andreassen recently worked with the London office of graphic design studio Bond to develop a brand identity and packaging treatment rooted in its Nordic approach and Scandinavian heritage, and would communicate quality and a natural sensibility. The project also included triplex business cards, tissue paper, boxes, brochure and web design.

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f32 by Blok Design, Canada

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and block foil business cards by Blok for LA based trend-watching company f32

f32 is an American trend-watching company, founded by Gina and Lisa Priolo, with an office in LA and a commitment to finding and championing artists and brands that will go on to shape global culture. f32 worked with graphic design studio Blok Design to better express this vision, and their refined and highly contemporary aesthetic sensitivities. This was achieved through naming and visual identity in print across business cards, stickers, stationery and trend report, and online with a new responsive website.

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