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EAT by Fable, Singapore

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logotype and print with blind emboss detail by Fable for EAT, the second installation of a two-year long series of exhibitions on Singapore's food culture

EAT is the second installation of a two-year long series of exhibitions that draw on the gastronomic memories of residents from Jurong, Singapore. Graphic design studio Fable worked to create the visual identity for EAT which included a variety of printed collateral. These appear to take their cues from menus and street food packaging, a contemporary gallery aesthetic and juxtaposes these alongside colourful character and food illustration.

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Francina Models by Mucho, Spain

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Edge painted business cards by graphic design studio Mucho for Barcelona-based model agency Francina Models

Francina Models is a Barcelona-based fashion agency, led by Mireia Verdú, with over 30 years of experience. It was the first modeling agency in Spain to offer an acting and training academy and, over recent years, has began to diversify, committing itself to the discovery of new talent and the representation of a variety of fashion profiles and international models. With a desire to express this diversification, its 30 year legacy and a well-respected position within the industry, Francina Models approached graphic design studio Mucho to develop a new visual identity system that would reach across model and business cards, stationery, signage and online presence.

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Full of Luck Club 福乐 by Bravo, Singapore

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding and illustrated and gold foiled business cards by Singapore-based graphic design studio Bravo for modern Cantonese kitchen Full of Luck Club 福乐

Full of Luck Club 福乐 and Bao Bar is a combined Cantonese restaurant and takeaway, located in Holland Village, Singapore, serving authentic Chinese comfort food. The restaurant was created by the team behind Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant at Sheraton Towers Singapore, and has a menu that combines timeless plates such as roast meats, fresh noodles and dim sum with more contemporary items such as Chinese-inspired salads, craft beers and speciality ‘baos’. This meeting of modernity and timelessness plays out across the restaurant’s brand identity, designed by Bravo, in the meeting of dynamic lettering, a pastel colour palette and a gold block foil print finish.

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