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Paul Loebach designed by Studio Lin

Logo, print and stationery with white ink and unbleached material detail for three dimensional designer Paul Loebach created by Studio Lin

Paul Loebach is a Brooklyn based three dimensional designer who specialises in product, furniture and emerging manufacturing technologies. His new identity, developed by Studio Lin, is a wonderful union of craft, structure, space and geometry that neatly reflects his use of both traditional materials and contemporary processes.

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Reuben Hills designed by Luke Brown

Logo designed by Luke Brown for coffee roastry and cafe Ruben Hills

Reuben Hills is a coffee roastry and cafe located in the Surray Hills region of Sydney, Australia. The cafe’s identity, designed by multidisciplinary creative studio Luke Brown, is an interesting monochromatic mix of bold but breezy sans serif typography, vintage photography and stamp-based print treatment.

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Plenty designed by Åh

Logo designed by Ah Studio for London-based web development studio Plenty

Plenty is a London-based web development studio, established by Nate VanderEnde, that has worked with a range of clients including ITV (Freemantle Media Group), Lurpak, Cravendale, Budweiser and Virgin Galactic. Plenty’s identity, created by Johanna Lundberg and Elin Svensson of independent design agency Åh, is an unusual but distinctive fusion of a stamp and material based craft aesthetic set alongside a contemporary, geometric and technological logo-type.

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