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Men’s Biz designed by ThoughtAssembly

Logotype, letterpress business cards and acid-etched brass signage by ThoughtAssembly for male grooming business Men's Biz

Men’s Biz is one of Australia’s leading online retailers of men’s grooming products. Following eight years of growth Men’s Biz decided to move into the world of high street retailing by opening their first physical store in Melbourne’s Royal Arcade. To coincide with this new venture Men’s Biz approached Melbourne based studio ThoughtAssembly to develop a new visual identity. This process went on to include a new logotype, letterpress stationery set, packaging, signage and soon to launch website.

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Hamptons House designed by Moffitt.Moffitt

Tag with gold foil and die cut detail designed by Moffitt.Moffitt for Sydney furniture and homeware retailer Hamptons House

Hamptons House is a Sydney based curator and retailer of furniture and homeware collections that celebrate the unexpected and draw influence from renowned New York holiday destination The Hamptons. Design studio Moffitt.Moffitt were recently engaged by the retailer to develop a new visual identity — which went on to include logo and logotype design, illustration, shopping bags, packaging, swing tags, stationery and membership key — that would reinforce the brand’s sophisticated proposition as well as conveying some of its eccentricity.

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In Bed by Moffitt.Moffitt

Visual identity, print and packaging for online homeware retailer In Bed designed by Moffitt.Moffitt

In Bed is an online store that is a celebration of almost everything we love to do in bed. It has a generous yet tightly curated collection of homeware items that include handmade ceramic and wood saucers, bowls and mugs created by Japanese and American designers, as well as a range of high-quality linens. In Bed worked with Australian design studio Moffitt.Moffitt to develop an identity that would reflect the effortless personality of the brand and its product range through a graphic, material and language system.

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