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Breakwater designed by Lundgren+Lindqvist

Logo and business card with bright blue spot ink treatment for Swedish marine cargo logistics company Breakwater designed by Lundgren+Lindqvist

Breakwater is a Swedish logistics company that services the marine cargo sector. Their visual identity and stationery, created by Gothemburg-based studio Lundgren+Lindqvist, brings together the themes of open sea, systems and cargo through the vertical and horizontal intersection of a geometric sans serif, simple grid-based layout, plenty of space and a vivid blue and icy white colour palette.

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Batishta designed by The Bakery

Packaging designed by The Bakery for Moscow-based musician Batishta

Batishta is a Moscow-based musician who originally began his career with electronic rap group Band’eros. Following a recent split and seeking to establish a solo career, Batishta commissioned design agency The Bakery to develop a new visual identity, website and CD packaging solution for his 5010 album that would position him as a modern urban gentleman and reflect his ‘established celebrity, rooted in street culture and hip-hop’.

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Brewer St designed by Designers Anonymous

Logotype as a cup detail developed by Designers Anonymous for Fuller's fair-trade coffee range Brewer St

Brewer St. is a new fair-trade coffee range developed by UK based hospitality brand Fuller’s to take advantage of continued coffee market growth and build on the day-time custom of their pubs, bars and hotels. London based graphic design studio Designers Anonymous, following their successful rebranding of Fuller’s flagship King’s Cross pub The Parcel Yard, developed a visual identity solution for the brand based around custom typography, playful brand language and an industrial colour palette. This extends across menus, branded cups, coasters, and loyalty card, and conveys Fuller’s heritage and the craft of coffee-making.

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