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The Glamoury by Glasfurd & Walker, Canada

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and gold block foiled business cards by Canadian studio Glasfurd & Walker for Vancouver-based luxury make-up and styling salon The Glamoury.

The Glamoury is a Vancouver-based luxury make-up and styling salon where the classical and timeless meets the modern. The salon takes a personal approach, creating tailored looks that express the personality of its clients. It has a distinctive interior of period shapes, sufaces and detailing, flat colour and illustrative borders, and a brand identity, designed by Glasfurd & Walker, to match. This runs across menus, stationery, business cards and packaging, and features custom typography.

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M11 studio by Inhouse, New Zealand

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity for Auckland-based luxe salon M11 designed by Inhouse, New Zealand

M11 studio is a luxe salon, located in the heart of the fashion, shopping and entertainment district of Newmarket, Auckland, that references the refinery of a Tom Ford fashion boutique. It has a well-proportioned, spacious, linear and light filled interior of large mirrors, strip and spot lighting, white and black walls, gold fixtures, concrete surfaces and robust furniture developed by architects Young + Richards and designer Lauren Hare.

This mix of contemporary space and luxe service is expressed through the structure, colour and materiality of the salon’s brand identity, created by graphic design studio Inhouse, in the form and construction of the logo, the finish of printed collateral, the application of window graphics and the material of exterior signage.

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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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