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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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Rattis Books by The Counter Press, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding by London-based design studio, private press and typography workshop The Counter Press for UK independent publisher Rattis Books.

Rattis Books is a new London-based independent publisher that celebrates the convergence of traditional and modern print processes and has a firm belief that the book is an art object. To help convey this, the publisher worked with design studio, private press and typography workshop The Counter Press to create their brand identity, and the design for their first book Tiro, a collection of football writings.

Taking their cues from the name, Latin for raft or ship, and the publisher’s processes and beliefs, The Counter Press created a simple but neat logo and logotype combination, printed this across triplex business cards and weighty bookmarks with a deep impression, and used hand-inked and letterpress elements in their design of Tiro.

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Antenne Books by OK-RM, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for Antenne Books by OK-RM, United Kingdom

Antenne Books is a London based distributor of independent publishers with a web shop that covers art, photography, design, illustration, theory, writing, fashion and culture. Their extensive catalogue of books, magazines and journals includes work by authors and artists such as Matt Lambert and Lutz Bacher, and the publishers Lodret Vandret and The Renaissance Society, amongst many others. Antenne Books recently worked with graphic design studio OK-RM to develop a functional platform for displaying and offering their publications to a growing audience, and a visual language rooted in simplicity.

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