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Opinion by Richard Baird.
Tilly Sveaas is a London-based jewellery designer, and the designer behind Silver Service Jewellery. This year sees the launch of her first collection under her own name. This features a brand identity created by the London office of international design studio Bond, and included art direction, postcards, business cards and packaging. Through typographic form, colour, material, print finish and image, Bond’s brand identity for Tilly Sveaas intends to distil down and express the signature style of the brand, one described as being luxury with a progressive edge.
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