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Triumph & Disaster designed by DDMMYY

Face cleanser packaging for male skincare and accessory range Triumph & Disaster designed by DDMMYY

Triumph & Disaster is a male skincare and accessory range created by Dion Nash that aims to unite the traditional grooming experience with the high quality, natural and scientifically formulated expectations of today’s market. The range’s packaging, developed by New Zealand-based design studio DDMMYY, references and confidently brings the type-heavy, heraldic, structural and material choices of the past into the present with a contemporary consistency and a distinctive white on black colour palette.

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James Read designed by Studio Makgill

Packaging with gold spot colour detail for James Read's premium tanning range designed by Studio Makgill

James Read is a tanning expert who has worked with number of celebrities including Lady Gaga and Mariah Carey. Recently James launched a range of premium retail products ‘based on a desire to introduce the world of tanning to a whole raft of new techniques, tools and products – all aimed at producing a natural effect’. The packaging and visual identity, designed by Studio Makgill, captures the straightforward application and wash off quality of the product and the high quality, professional nature of the brand with a bold and iconic white and metallic striped print treatment and simple sans serif logo-type.

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ÅKA Hair designed by DC

Logo, business and appointment card designed by DC for hair salon ÅKA

ÅKA is a hair salon, developed by stylist and makeup artist Alex Kormann, located in the Hillegersberg area of Rotterdam (NL). The salon’s name and visual identity, created by multidisciplinary design agency DC, utilises the high fashion and architectural sensibilities of a bold and well spaced sans serif set alongside a mono-line weight twist on the classic barber’s pole to convey precision, contemporary style and personal service.

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