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Filmore by Freytag Anderson, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logo, brand identity and package design by Glasgow-based Freytag Anderson for Scottish unisex skincare range Filmore

Filmore is a unisex skincare range and everyday routine. It is produced in Scotland for the national and international market using effective natural ingredients and Scottish water. Glasgow-based studio Freytag Anderson worked with Filmore on brand identity and packaging design. Referencing the International Code of Signals (ICS) and informed by their client’s love of Scandinavian design, the studio created a minimal graphic expression. This is characterised by a simple logo, interlocking F’s, grid structure and utilitarian naming system, paired with a high quality material detail and finish.

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Karla Black + Kishio Suga: A New Order by O Street, UK

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Visual identity and invitation for the exhibition Karla Black + Kishio Suga: A New Order at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art designed by O Street, UK

A New Order is an exhibition of the work of Karla Black and Kishio Suga taking place at Modern One of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art between 22nd October and 19th February. The artists, unaware of each other’s work prior to the conception of the exhibition, working on opposite sides of the world, are described as being united in their use of everyday materials to create sculptural work that responds to specific spaces. This commonality informed the visual identity of the exhibition designed by Glasgow based O Street and ties together wordmark, invitations, signage and posters.

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Borders Railway Opening Celebrations by KVGD, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for Borders Railway Opening Celebration by Glasgow based graphic design studio KVGD

Borders Railway is 30 miles of new track, built largely upon the old Waverley Line, that runs between Edinburgh and Tweedbank within the Scottish Borders. Its commissioning saw the end of a fifty year wait for train services to be reinstated in the region and is the longest new domestic railway to be constructed in Britain for over 100 years.

The line was opened by Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, on September 6th, and was marked by a journey from Edinburgh, aboard a steam engine, and by the unveiling of a plaque at Tweedbank station.

Stark Events commissioned Glasgow based graphic design studio KVGD to develop a visual identity for the opening of the railway. This included logo design, commemorative brochure, tickets, plaque and brand guidelines, and also extended to badges, flags, tote bags and banners.

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