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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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Gripoix Paris by Mind, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for French jewellery manufacturer Gripoix by graphic design studio Mind

Gripoix is a Parisian costume jewellery manufacturer with a significant history, one that stretches back to the late 19th Century and the Art Nouveau period. Gridpoix’s pieces are created using a traditional kilncasting technique, known as pate de verre, which sees molten glass poured into a thin linear framework, giving each a luxury and uniquely crafted quality.

This traditional process, and the period in which Gridpoix has its origins, formed the basis of its new brand identity developed by UK based graphic design studio Mind. This treatment included a calligraphic logotype and a monolinear pattern which extends across business cards, postcards, packaging, bags, website and a variety of print based communications.

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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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