Believe In recently published images of their print and brand identity work created for the Mall Galleries’ exhibition Colours Of The Kalahari, the first major display and sale of southern African Bushman art ever to be held in London. The exhibition represents the latest generation of contemporary San artists from an unbroken line that stretches back 20,000 years, and includes 150 pieces from 30 leading artists, each honouring their ancestors and their ancestor’s way of life through oil, lino cut, intaglio, embroidery, print, Xhosa or photographic approaches.
Slåke is a small furniture manufacturer, located in Norway’s Hjelmeland, with a heritage that dates back to 1938. Although it produces a variety of contemporary pieces it is also known throughout Scandinavia for making jærstol, a traditional, high quality, wood and reed chair.
As part of its 75th anniversary Slåke commissioned Ghost to develop a new brand identity—which went on to include logotype, stationery, print and website design—that would reflect its continued commitment to the creation of new classics, influenced by the ‘Nordic design language’, and crafted by its team of ‘young, innovative designers’, and to safeguard its heritage whilst looking to the future.
Griab is a Swedish engineering firm, founded in 1957 and located in Helsingborg, Sweden, that specialises in delivering a holistic design and build service that includes land planning, wastewater management, architecture and construction.
Developed by multidisciplinary design agency Kollor, Griab’s visual identity, “inspired by the the straight lines and shapes commonly seen in architecture” and created to help reinforce the firm’s environmental profile, includes a new logo-type, stationery and website based around a sans-serif logo-type, monospace typeface, grids, guides and a fluorescent green print treatment.