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EDL Laminates by Bravo, Singapore

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for high pressure laminate distributor EDL by graphic design studio Bravo.

Working with manufacturers in Italy, Korea and Taiwan EDL provides high pressure laminates for architects and interior designers throughout Asia, and is dedicated to anticipating trends, adopting the latest technologies and introducing its own break-through innovations that amome from a decade of industry experience.

To coincide with EDL’s tenth anniversary, and a push further into the international market, the company worked with Singapore and New York based graphic design studio Bravo to help reimagine its visual identity. This included logo design, business cards, magazine cover, brochure and website that position EDL as curators of high-quality raw materials to artists through brightly coloured geometric patterns, silver block foil detail, material texture, and a paper craft component. This article was updated 09/16 with images of EDL’s 2016 brochure.

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Clay by Studio Claus Due, Denmark

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for Clay — Museum of Ceramic Art Denmark by Studio Claus Due

Clay is a museum of ceramic arts and crafts, located in the Danish town of Middelfart, west of the capital. Exhibits range from a 235 year old plate to more recent and experimental pieces from contemporary artists. The museum worked with Studio Claus Due to develop a new visual identity system. This included business cards, stationery, signage, packaging, print communication and website, unified by an earthy colour palette and custom typography, punctuated by shots of blue and yellow, and featuring uncoated materials.

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Momento Film by Bedow, Sweden

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding and graphic design for Momento Film by Swedish graphic design studio Bedow

Momento Film is a Swedish independent production company working with national and international directors to create compelling and surprising documentaries and fiction films. The company looks to confront subjects from alternative angles with the intention of shifting perspectives. This intention is the basis of its new visual identity, created by Stockholm based graphic design studio Bedow, and conveyed through the three-dimensional qualities of a new logotype and its implementation across folded signage and print. The project also included business card, poster and folder design.

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