Posted: June 13, 2017 Filed under: Film, Graphic Design Reviews, Logo Reviews | Tags: American Design, Brand Identity, Brand Identity Blog, Brand Identity Reviews, Branding, Branding Agency, Branding Blog, Branding Reviews, Brochure Design, Copy Opinion by Seth Rowden, Corporate Identity Design, Design For Print, Design News, Design Opinion, Design Reviews, Designed by Mucho, Designed in San Francisco, Fonts in Use: Avenir, Graphic Design, Graphic Design Blog, Logo Design Inspiration, Logo Design Resource, Logo Design Trends - Clever Logos, Logo Designs, Logo Opinion, Logotypes, Minimal Design, Minimal Package Design, Modernist Brand Identities, Poster Design, Sans-serif Typography, Ticket Design, Tote Bag Design, Typography
Opinion by Richard Baird & Seth Rowden
Frameline is an American nonprofit arts organisation and the world’s longest running LGBTQ film festival. Frameline continues its mission, since its founding in 1977, to change the world through the power of gay cinema, and to connect filmmakers with audiences locally and internationally. Graphic design studio Mucho worked with Frameline on its visual identity and campaigns for its 40th and 41st LGBTQ film festivals, delivering a system based around a framing device. This links membership cards, stationery and business cards, as well as campaign specific materials such as individual event invitations, posters and tote bags.
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Posted: April 21, 2015 Filed under: Art and Design, Fonts in Use, Logo Reviews, Theatre | Tags: Black Block Foil, Brand Guidelines, Brand Identity Blog, Brand Identity Reviews, Branding Blog, Branding Reviews, Business Card Design, Colour in Use: Yellow, Coloured Paper, Design For Print, Design Opinion, Design Reviews, Designed by Maud, Designed in Surry Hills, Designed in Sydney, Foil Blocking, Fonts in Use: Theinhardt, From Australia, Graphic Design, Graphic Design Blog, Letterhead Design, Logo Design Inspiration, Logo Design Resource, Logo Designs, Logotypes, Minimal Logos, Sans-serif Logotypes, Spot Colours, Stationery Design, The Best Brand Identities of 2015, The Best Logo Designs of 2015, Ticket Design, Type Foundry: Optimo, Typography, Uncoated Papers & Cards, Window Decals
Opinion by Richard Baird.
The National Institute of Dramatic Art is a national education and training organisation for the performing arts in Australia, and is responsible for developing the talents of some of the country’s biggest stars. With the continued democratisation of performance through digital platforms such as Youtube, and concerns that this had the potential to undermine NIDA’s conservatoire approach, NIDA pursues a technical mastery as a way to preserve a high standard of education.
NIDA looked to design studio Maud to help redesign its visual identity system in a way that help a world-renowned organisation maintain its international presence, prominence and authority within an increasingly accessible field, and broaden its appeal beyond the dramatic arts to include performance skills across a wide range of industries. The project included logotype, signage, prospectus, business cards, brand guidelines and brochure.
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