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Cult 20 Years, Event & Exhibition by Toko

Opinion by Richard Baird

Event and exhibition identity designed by Toko celebrating the 20 year anniversary of designer furniture retailer Cult

In 2017 Australian furniture retailer Cult celebrated its 20th anniversary. They marked this with an event and exhibition and worked with design studio Toko to develop a graphic identity to unify these and bring to light their extensive catalogue. Through a mix of bright illustrative silhouettes across invitations, packaging, postcards, flags and banners, the art direction of some Cult’s ranges, and an eye-catching bright red die cut cover, Toko play with a graphic immediacy and follow this up with layers of material and photographic detail.

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Architects Accreditation Council of Australia by Toko

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Graphic identity and business cards designed by Sydney-based Toko for Architects Accreditation Council Of Australia

Architects Accreditation Council of Australia (AACA) is the national voice for architect registration boards around Australia. The council runs the Architectural Practice Examination, assess overseas qualifications, collates data on the profession throughout the country, facilitates international mutual recognition agreements and provides alternative pathways to registration for local practitioners and architects from overseas. The AACA worked with Sydney-based studio Toko to clarify the complexity of their existing application system, and develop a new graphic identity. This links, alongside a variety of forms and guides, stationery, business cards, compliment slips and signage.

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NAU by Toko

Opinion by Richard Baird

NAU is a new Australian furniture brand created by the premium designer furniture and lighting retailer Cult, and features work by futurist designer Gavin Harris and Adam Goodrum, a designer that believes an object justifies its existence through story and detail. Design by Toko worked with Cult to develop name, and create a logo and graphic identity for NAU that would extend across business cards, stationery, brochure, tote bag, exhibition stand and website. This is inspired by and makes a connection with Australia’s unique and diverse landscapes through compelling photography by Brooke Holm, and using a broad but complementary colour palette.

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