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1882 designed by Pentagram

Logotype designed by Pentagram for contemporary bone china designer Emily Johnson

1882 is the brand identity of designer Emily Johnson who creates contemporary bone china products using traditional techniques practised by her family since 1882. The logo, created by internationally renowned studio Pentagram, lead by partner Domenic Lippa, unifies the themes of heritage and tradition and juxtaposes it with a modern and minimal typographical solution.

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S.C.J designed by Lundgren+Lindqvist

Stationery design by Lundgren+Lindqvist for Swedish bespoke furniture designer and manufacturer Sebastian C. Johansson

Sebastian C. Johansson is a Swedish bespoke furniture designer and manufacturer based just outside of Gothenburg who specialises in modernistic and functional pieces described as ‘intentionally rough around the edges’. He comissioned design studio Lundgren+Lindqvist with creating an identity system that represented his approach to design, view of materials and functionality while delivering the consistency of a professional business practice.

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Cloudberry designed by Perky Bros

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logo and stationery designed by Perky Bros for Cloudberry

Cloudberry is a New York-based interactive design firm that specialises in simple and intuitive on-line experiences for both the financial and healthcare sectors. Brand design agency Perky Bros – commissioned to develop Cloudberry’s visual identity and website – created an abstract smile like logo-mark to resolve and express the simplicity of ideas, the positive impact these have on Cloudberry’s clients and its clients’ customers and a friendly, accessible approach.

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