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Clifton Arms designed by Wash

Logo, menus and stationery with copper spot and foil print treatments and emboss detail designed by Wash for the Clifton Arms Hotel.

Clifton Arms is a hotel, restaurant, bar and brasserie situated within a grade two listed building at the heart of the UK seaside town of Lytham. The hotel has a rich heritage dating back to 1794 which includes a location change from Clifton Street to West Beach in 1840 and the reception of high profile guests such as Winston Churchill and The Beatles. Following a recent renovation, Preston based creative agency Wash, drawing inspiration from the hotel’s past, developed a new visual identity that includes a revised coat of arms, weighty slab serif logo-type and a warm copper colour palette.

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Heartlands designed by A-Side

Logo for West Cornwall redevelopment and culture centre Heartlands designed by A-Side

Located in the Pool region of West Cornwall, Heartlands, previously home to a tin mine, recently underwent a period of redevelopment after 400 years of inactivity and was opened up to the general public this spring. The Heartlands’ identity, designed by UK based creative studio A-Side, takes the systematic approach of heavy industry, machinery and elemental materials and gives it a playful accessible twist.

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Camerata Lausanne by Demian Conrad Design

Camerata Lausanne - Logo and stationery design by Demian Conrad

Camerata de Lausanne is a group of thirteen international, classical musicians founded by Pierre Amoyal in 2002. The group’s new identity, developed by Swiss studio Demian Conrad Design, who pursue a research-led and technological approach to design manages to visualise the complex nature of music through the union of graphic design, technology and science.

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