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Stone Way Cafe by Shore, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logotype and monogram for Stone Way Cafe designed by Shore

Stone Way Cafe, formerly the Tiny Ninja Cafe, is a Seattle based neighbourhood meeting point, music venue and internet cafe, in the area of Fremont, with a formidable, geometric, concrete exterior structure and a warmer interior of wood surfaces created by goCstudio. Design studio Shore, working closely with signwriters and fabricators, created a brand identity treatment for the cafe, which included a variety of typographical assets, signage and business cards, that takes its inspiration from the industry and personality of the neighbourhood.

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Djurdjic Winery designed by Peter Gregson

Opinion by Richard Baird. Wine label and packaging with spot colour and silver foil detail by Peter Gregson for Serbian wine producer Djurdjic Winery.

Vinarija Đurđić is Serbian wine producer with vineyards on the west side of Sremski Karlovci with views of the Danube. Set-up in 2004 the winery is one of the youngest growers in the region. While describing itself as being unburdened by the generational history of many other wine businesses, it has embraced a traditional bench-grafting technique and growers principles that have their origins in early 20th century Italy, something that has secured Vinarija Đurđić both praise and criticism. These themes are brought to life across new wine labels created by Peter Gregson Studio.

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Luka Žanić Photography designed by Studio8585

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Business cards with die cut detail by Studio8585 for architectural photographer Luka Žanić

Luka Žanić is a Croatian interior and architectural photographer who works with clients worldwide. He approaches each project individually, gathering information about objects, spaces and their purpose before beginning a shoot. His brand identity, designed by Studio8585 and which included stationery, poster and portfolio folder, takes advantage of a typographically challenging set of characters in the form of a monogram and uses this to frame the colour of Luka’s images and sets both of these within the context of cues associated with modern architectural identities.

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