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Konserthuset Stockholm by Kurppa Hosk, Sweden

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logo, stationery and posters by Kurppa Hosk for cultural institution Konserthuset and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra

Konserthuset Stockholm is home to the internationally recognised Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, and is described as one of Sweden’s most famous and important cultural institutions. Graphic design studio Kurppa Hosk worked with the institution to create a brand identity that would integrate the corporate aspect of venue, one of iconic status and significant cultural legacy, with the passion and dynamism of the orchestra it plays host to. This is achieved through imposing typographic scheme, colour palettes, use of grids and a logo that gives physical gesture graphic form. Brand identity links a variety of assets. These include stationery and business cards, bags, programs, posters, ad campaign, signage and website.

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Caldo Coffee by 25ah, Sweden

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity, logo and coffee cups designed by 25ah for Stockholm cafe Caldo Coffee at the Scandic Continental

Caldo Coffee is a café serving organic coffee and fresh salads, sandwiches and pastries from its location in Stockholm’s Scandic Continental. It features a modern interior of light wood, tall shelves and a long wood panelled and marble topped counter. It also includes a large custom built menu board, neon signage and a brand identity created by Scandinavian graphic design studio 25ah which links coffee cups, price tags and takeaway packaging.

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Someone Somewhere by Sociedad Anónima, Mexico

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logo and packaging by Sociedad Anonima for Mexican clothing, bag and accessory brand Someone Somewhere

Someone Somewhere is a clothing and accessories brand. Each of its products are designed and made in Mexico by small communities of textile artisans. The social and cultural contexts that are the foundation of brand are expressed by its new visual identity, created by Mexico City-based graphic design studio Sociedad Anonima, through naming and a graphic device that calls out maker and origin.

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Qoñi by Leo Burnett, Canada

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logotype and uncoated and unbleached products tags by Toronto-based Leo Burnett Design for Peruvian handmade knitwear brand Qoñi

Qoñi is a small artisan community in the Peruvian city of Puno creating hand knitted socks, scarves, gloves and shawls from alpaca fleece. With a desire to present itself as a modern fashion brand and with the intention of entering the international market, Qoñi worked with Toronto-based graphic design studio Leo Burnett to develop a new visual identity; from naming to wordmark, brand story to lookbook, and extending to promotional material and retail tags.

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