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Tabarka Studio designed by Anagrama

Logo and stationery design by Anagrama for handcrafted terracotta tile specialist Tabarka Studio

Tabarka Studio specialises in ‘detail-oriented’ and handcrafted tiles made from terracotta, a ‘clay-based ceramic earthenware that becomes porous when fired creating a worn-out, antique finish’. Anagrama, the design agency responsible for the studio’s visual identity and collateral, describe their approach as embracing an ‘archaic timelessness’ that reflects the products through the use of a blue and white scale pattern, tiled icon and a heavy, tactile and porous substrate.

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Curious Space designed by Mash Creative & May Ninth

Logo designed by Mash Creative and May Ninth for specialist scene setter Curious Space

Curious Space is a London-based scenographers—a specialist scene setter—that creates “unique and inspiring spaces for museums, galleries and more”. Their visual identity, developed by Mash Creative and May Ninth, ‘splits apart to create a physical space that intrigues whilst the type can sit either horizontally or vertically in numerous layouts within the dotted grid”, establishing a flexible and unusual yet structured solution that extracts a proprietary value from the near-neutrality of Gotham’s geometric sans-serif characters.

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Treadwell designed by Perky Bros

Logo and duplex business card designed by Perky Bros for floor specialist Treadwell

Treadwell is a Kansas-based floor installation business that specialise in no-nonsense solutions that last. Perky Bros, the agency behind their name, visual identity and website, describe Treadwell’s philosophy as about ‘standing upright, walking the walk and empowering clients to move forward with confidence, secure in the knowledge that they’ve chosen the right product and the right people for the job’. The agency distilled this philosophy into an identity that unties the perceived strength of buffalos and geometry with the contemporary, on-trend restraint of a single consistent line weight and matching logotype.

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