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Rush Talent designed by Bunch

Logo and business cards designed by Bunch for London based public relations company Rush Talent

Design studio Bunch worked with Rush Talent, a London based public relations company, to develop a visual identity, this included monogram, logotype and stationery design. Rush Talent describes itself as at forefront of the factual and lifestyle television scene and represents emerging UK broadcasters working within the fields of fashion history, sports, science, architecture, food and art, and includes the likes of Amber Jane Butchart, Fern Riddell and Chris Naunton.

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Lucky 21 designed by Blok

Logo and business cards for Dallas and LA film production company Lucky 21

Lucky 21 is a film production company, located in the US city of Dallas, who bring a “contagious energy and tireless drive” to the industry and have a production team and director roster that includes the talents of Jeff Bednarz, The Chartrands, and Tom Ryan, some of whom have worked for big brands such as TGI Fridays, AIG and Home Depot. Lucky 21 recently commissioned design studio Blok to develop a new visual identity solution, which included type, pattern, material and language choices, that would help the company to establish a strong brand personality and better position them to move into and take on the competitive Los Angeles market.

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Milk Lab by Studio fnt

Logo designed by Studio FNT for South Korean dessert restaurant Milk Lab

Milk Lab is a 100% pure milk dessert, flake and roll cake restaurant located in the South Korean city of Busan. The restaurant’s visual identity, designed by Studio fnt, conveys some of the chill and smoothness of its desserts through the rounded terminals of a slab serif logotype, its container, similarly styled monolinear icons, icy photography and a milky pastel colour palette, and pairs these with the character and distinction of some well-rendered creative lab and milk-based illustrative work by Tap Tap Tap. Together, image and type set a light and playful quality as framed artwork on the walls and decals across the windows to the mornder black and white interior space created by FHHH Friends and some simple signage. The project also included a range of illustrated menus, postcards, takeaway packaging and posters.

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