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La Catería designed by Firmalt

Logotype and business card with gold foil print finish designed by Firmalt for San Pedro catering business La Catería

La Catería is a San Pedro-based catering company that produces salads, snacks, deserts and pastries for events with a focus on both presentation and quality of ingredients.

Inspired by small European street markets, “where a variety of textures, styles, forms and colors blend together to create a unique experience that feels warm and inviting”, multidisciplinary design agency Firmalt developed a visual identity solution that includes a logo-type, monogram, tinted photography, a cream textured substrate and block foil print finish to give the brand “classical roots but with a modern execution”.

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BTP designed by BTP

Business card with embossed signature detail designed by BTP

BTP, formerly Beyond The Pixels, is a Melbourne-based design studio who take an interdisciplinary approach that blends the practices of design, technology and branding to create modern interactive products, and describe themselves as having a reputation for “delivering progressive brands and websites”.

Their recent rebrand, in pursuit of a “simplified vision”, reduces their identity to a three character sans-serif logo-type set alongside embossed signature detail executed by hand and across dyed, uncoated substrates.

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Bedre Kommunikasjon designed by Work In Progress

Bedre Kommunikasjon designed by Work In Progress

Bedre Kommunikasjon is a oslo-based consulting firm, run by communication specialist Nils M. Apeland, that offers personal, professional and independent advice to business, drawn from 20 years of analysis, strategy, promotion, media relations and crisis management experience.

Multidisciplinary design agency Work In Progress recently worked with Nils to develop a new visual identity solution which included a logo, business card and stationery design that, through a concept that plays on the name Bedre Kommunikasjon, Norwegian for “better communication”, and visualised through a word-puzzle device with hidden messages highlighted by the recipient across a notebook and business card, conveys the themes of communication and analysis in a distinctive way.

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