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Wine Fandango by Moruba, Spain

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for Wine Fandango by graphic design studio Moruba

Drawing inspiration from New York neon, and its show business associations, graphic design studio Moruba have developed a new brand identity treatment for Wine Fandango, a restaurant and wine bar, located in the Spanish city of Logroño, that features a rich interior design of textured glass, wood floors and furniture, ceramic tiles, exposed brick and gold fixtures. Wine Fandango’s identity is made up of custom typography and logotype, patterns, business cards, menus and neon signage.

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Flora by P.A.R, Spain

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Sans-serif logotype logotype designed by P.A.R for Flora

Flora is a Barcelona based business that looks to provide an alternative to caring for live plants, and describes itself as having an interest in bringing nature indoors in a new way and offering an antidote to the frantic pace, dark rooms and concrete of the city. Flora essentially sell, from their online shop, framed prints of plants shot on a variety of bright single colour backgrounds. While clearly having a distinctive character of their own, Flora’s products are also united by a brand identity treatment developed by graphic design studio P.A.R which included logo, packaging, business cards, postcards, posters and stationery set.

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Hidraulik by Huaman, Spain

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logo, visual identity and package design by Huaman Studio for mat and rug business Hidraulik

Hidraulik is a Barcelona based business producing rugs for contemporary spaces. These are inspired by cement panels hydraulically pressed, rather than fired, with a layer of coloured pigment.

Hydraulic panels originated in the 1850’s and experienced a resurgence in the mid 20th century, these would often feature brightly coloured and detailed patterns, and were popular during an era of personalisation and interior expression. Hydraulic brings these into the present, by applying a similar aesthetic qualitiy to a thin, flexible and moveable surface.

The range includes a variety of Art Nouveau prints produced in house, and modernist inspired designs developed by Huaman, the graphic design studio also responsible for Hidraulik’s brand identity, business card and package design.

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