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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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David Rowland by ico Design, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and mailers by London-based graphic design studio ico Design for photographer David Rowland

David Rowland is an award-winning and straight-talking London-based photographer who has been capturing images for leading brands and agencies for over two decades. With a desire to remind existing and potential clients of his expertise and technical know-how David worked with graphic design studio and client ico Design to develop a new brand identity and supporting collateral. This included, alongside a new logotype, business card, stationery, lookbook/mailer design and website.

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Wagon Wheel by Perky Bros, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and folder with copper block foil print finish for Nashville-based boutique real estate title and escrow company Wagon Wheel designed by Perky Bros.

Wagon Wheel is a Nashville-based boutique real estate title and escrow company established by three partners with substantial experience working for larger corporate law offices who wanted to establish a company with a more casual corporate culture and client experience. This, and Wagon Wheel’s Nashville roots, is expressed throughout its new brand identity, designed by graphic design studio Perky Bros, using a combination of a strong graphic approach and tactile material choices. This extends across folders, business cards, coasters, posters and signage.

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