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Raumindex by Moodley, Austria

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and business cards by Graz and Wien-based Moodley for Austrian shop design studio Raumindex

Raumindex is an Austrian design, development and project management studio established in 2005 that creates integrated interior and exterior retail environments for national and international clients. Its philosophy is rooted in the shaping and arrangement of form, space and content to create functional and flexible environments to add value and elicit feelings.

With a desire to appear more accessible, and with the intention of conveying a little more about the nature of the studio, one made up of a young team with surprising ideas, the studio worked with graphic design studio Moodley to create a cohesive and expressive new brand identity that lived up to the company’s abilities and portfolio. This extends across business cards, stationery and soon to launch website.

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Run Mfg by Perky Bros, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logo and business cards by Perky Bros for Chicago-based independent race design and production company Run Mfg

Run Mfg is an independent race design and production company, creating unique running events with a high-level of detail and creativity, founded by husband and wife team Nathan Barnhart and Elaine Lau working from their studio in Chicago. Nathan and Elaine commissioned graphic design studio Perky Bros to develop a brand identity that would link a variety of printed collateral, which included business cards and race plans, with digital experience. Brand identity is characterised by a series of paths, an electric blue and white colour palette, and a sense of motion.

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Fab Media by Bedow, Sweden

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logo by Stockholm-based graphic design studio Bedow for Swedish company Fab Media

Fab Media is one of Sweden’s leading media companies. It produces inspiring and entertaining content aimed at young women, and owns a variety of multi-media brands made up of websites, social media platforms and magazines. Fab Media’s specialisation, engaging exclusively women and the creation of modern cross-platform brand experiences, is expressed by their new visual identity, created by Stockholm-based graphic design studio Bedow, in the combination of colour, type and pattern. This links stationery, business cards and tote bags, and also included illustration, pictograms and website.

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