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Opinion by Richard Baird.
Someone Somewhere is a clothing and accessories brand. Each of its products are designed and made in Mexico by small communities of textile artisans. The social and cultural contexts that are the foundation of brand are expressed by its new visual identity, created by Mexico City-based graphic design studio Sociedad Anonima, through naming and a graphic device that calls out maker and origin.
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