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f32 by Blok Design, Canada

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and block foil business cards by Blok for LA based trend-watching company f32

f32 is an American trend-watching company, founded by Gina and Lisa Priolo, with an office in LA and a commitment to finding and championing artists and brands that will go on to shape global culture. f32 worked with graphic design studio Blok Design to better express this vision, and their refined and highly contemporary aesthetic sensitivities. This was achieved through naming and visual identity in print across business cards, stickers, stationery and trend report, and online with a new responsive website.

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C( )T( ) – Typojanchi 2015 by Studio fnt, South Korea

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for C( )T( ) – Typojanchi 2015 by Studio fnt, South Korea

Typojanchi is an international biennale that looks to explore the various intersections at which visual language meets culture, politics and the economy. Its forth event, which took place between the 11th November and the 27th December 2015 in the South Korean city of Seoul, was based around the themes of, and relationship between, cities and typography. This is communicated within its naming C( )T( ), and throughout a visual identity created by Studio fnt which extended across posters, stickers, signage, invitations, tote bags and postcards.

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Flow Festival 2015 by Bond, Finland

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding, custom typography and lanyards for Helsinki's Flow Festival by graphic design studio Bond

Flow is an annual three day music and arts festival that this year took place across the weekend of the 14th of August in Helsinki, and played host to a variety of artists including Florence and the Machine, Major Lazer, Nina Kraviz and Willey. Finnish graphic design studio Bond worked with the festival to create a visual identity treatment for its 2015 event based around the idea of festival visitors as an urban tribe. This was visualised as new-tribal imagery, a mix of handmade illustration and custom typography, bound by what Bond describe as a quirky yet charming quality, and a colour palette of black and fluorescent inks. This builds on the concept and some of the assets created by Tsto for Flow Festivals between 2011 and 2014.

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