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Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert designed by Hey

Logo and print designed by Hey for glassware maker Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert

Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert is a glassware designer and manufacturer currently working in France with a free hand glass blowing philosophy mastered while traveling internationally across the US and Europe.

Spanish design agency Hey recently developed a new visual identity solution for Jeremy that captures the heat, craft and art of glass blowing through a smart combination of colour and laser cut detail that gives the print work a scorched paper quality – an interesting way to capture the process of molten glass manipulation – the craft qualities of uncoated unbleached materials, coloured rubber bands and hand emboss detail and the juxtaposition of a stencil based industrial utility cut into the classic detail of a serif type choice.

Logo and print with scorched paper detail designed by Hey for glassware maker Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert

Portfolio and stationery designed by Hey for glassware maker Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert

Logo and business cards with scorched paper detail designed by Hey for glassware maker Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert

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Typeface designed by Hey for glassware maker Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert

Logo and print with scorched paper detail designed by Hey for glassware maker Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert

Portfolio with scorched paper die cut detail designed by Hey for glassware maker Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert

Portfolio designed by Hey for glassware maker Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert

Portfolio designed by Hey for glassware maker Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert

Print designed by Hey for glassware maker Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert

Print designed by Hey for glassware maker Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert

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