CAB is a new private gallery and art centre located on Brussels’ Rue Borrens St dedicated to the promotion and diffusion of Belgian and international contemporary art through a mix of exhibitions and residencies. The centre’s visual identity, website, stationery and opening night invitation, based around a simple geometric logo-type and craft green colour palette, was created by graphic design studio Codefrisko.
Casa Bosques is an initiative, founded by Mexico based design studio Savvy, to develop a variety of seasonal and sustainable products through a collaborative process across multiple disciplines. The initiative’s first product line, a range of 12 chocolates inspired by the months of the year, were created by master chocolatier Jorge Llanderal using high quality Ecuadorian cocoa fused with spices selected by experts.
The Nordic Bakery is a Scandinavian inspired café with locations in Marylebone and Soho, London. They recently launched a low fat Finnish wholegrain dark rye chip that marks their first foray into the world of pre-packed bakery products and expands on the café’s proposition with an interesting minimal aesthetic.
Moxham is the fashion label of designer and MA student Madeleine Moxham. Under the maxim ‘wearable construction’ her new identity designed by London based The Consult emphasises the geometric and utilitarian nature of her work through an unusual and unique MX monogram.
Hiro is an imported Japanese Saki that blends traditional and modern aesthetic styles with a compelling true story of samurai Hiroeman Takeda. New York based design agency Monday Collective was tasked with creating an identity and packaging solution that would convey the products high quality and position as the first premium saki product introduced onto the US market.