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The Living Food by Francesc Moret Studio, Spain

Opinion by Richard Baird

Vegan cheese packaging design by Barcelona-based Francesc Moret Studio for The Living Food

The Living Food is a Barcelona-based grocery store and deli stocking organic and vegan foods. Francesc Moret Studio worked with the store to develop packaging for its range of nine vegan cheeses. Drawing on the brand’s established visual identity of silhouettes, the studio built a visual language with a bold graphic style, typographical detail, and a modern and distinctive colour palette, with the intention of conveying an honest and conscientious brand position and expressing the crafted quality and full flavour of the range.

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Highlights by Studio fnt, South Korea

Opinion by Richard Baird

Visual identity and catalogue for SeMA exhibition Highlights by Studio fnt, South Korea

Highlights is an exhibition of works from French contemporary art museum The Collection of the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain at the Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA). The exhibition runs from May 30th to August 15, 2017, features work by artists such as Ron Mueck, David Lynch and Sarah Sze, and also includes commissioned pieces and major artworks by Korean artists.

Highlights is curated by Fondation Cartier and SeMA, set over three floors with spaces for discovery, contemplation and wonder, and features a visual identity by South Korea graphic design firm Studio fnt. This is characterised by a mix of bright colour, silver block foil print finish and a linear graphic device that connects Korean and English. This is used to link posters and exhibition brochure, catalogue, banners, signage, super graphics and tote bag.

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Frameline 41 by Mucho, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird & Seth Rowden

Visual identity, campaign and print by Mucho for San Francisco based LGBT film festival Frameline 41.

Frameline is an American nonprofit arts organisation and the world’s longest running LGBTQ film festival. Frameline continues its mission, since its founding in 1977, to change the world through the power of gay cinema, and to connect filmmakers with audiences locally and internationally. Graphic design studio Mucho worked with Frameline on its visual identity and campaigns for its 40th and 41st LGBTQ film festivals, delivering a system based around a framing device. This links membership cards, stationery and business cards, as well as campaign specific materials such as individual event invitations, posters and tote bags.

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