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Fedrigoni Sirio Color by Design Project, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Packaging for paper manufacturer Fedrigoni's Sirio Color range designed by Design Project

Leeds based studio Design Project were commissioned by Fedrigoni, one of Europe’s leading paper manufacturers, to develop a material sample solution that would help them to promote their flagship paper brand ‘Sirio Color’ within the UK market. With the intention of allowing customers to experience the tactile characteristics and diverse colour palette of the range first-hand, Design Project developed a flat-pack box concept with die cut detail and foil print finish that both informs, inspires and engages.

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Decontoured by Bunch, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Blind embossed business cards designed by Bunch for Milan based fashion label Decontoured

Decontoured is a Milan based, by appointment only, fashion label that provides a bespoke service for redesigning existing garments. Its philosophy is firmly rooted in an aesthetic sustainability and value that transcends seasonal fashion trends, and acknowledges a shift in consumer behaviour from the mass-market towards conceptual products and personalised practices. The label’s approach is one of collaboration, craft, innovation and sustainability, and celebrates beauty in imperfection. These values are drawn together and conveyed throughout its new brand identity treatment designed by Bunch, using custom typography, garment detail, photography, material choice, print finish and contrast. The project also included labels, business cards, posters and website.

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Croft Knitwear by Commission, United Kindom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Visual identity and black block foil tags by Commission for Croft Knitwear

Croft is a contemporary men’s knitwear brand that specialises in high quality cashmere and soft wool garments. These are available exclusively through online retailer Superdemin. Each garment is hand knitted on Scotland’s Shetland Islands by crofters, a name given to those using traditional batch production processes within small communities unique to the Highlands. Alongside a new logo, London-based design studio Commission worked with photographer Luke Evans to create a range of campaign imagery that would avoid heritage pastiche, and instead, favour a contemporary simplicity.

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