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Bedre Kommunikasjon designed by Work In Progress

Bedre Kommunikasjon designed by Work In Progress

Bedre Kommunikasjon is a oslo-based consulting firm, run by communication specialist Nils M. Apeland, that offers personal, professional and independent advice to business, drawn from 20 years of analysis, strategy, promotion, media relations and crisis management experience.

Multidisciplinary design agency Work In Progress recently worked with Nils to develop a new visual identity solution which included a logo, business card and stationery design that, through a concept that plays on the name Bedre Kommunikasjon, Norwegian for “better communication”, and visualised through a word-puzzle device with hidden messages highlighted by the recipient across a notebook and business card, conveys the themes of communication and analysis in a distinctive way.

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Willow Tree designed by Bunch

Logo and stationery design by Bunch for business consultancy Willow Tree

Willow Tree, one of London’s leading business consultancies, worked with graphic design studio Bunch to develop a new but traditional-looking visual identity with an attention to detail.

Based around a WT monogram, created by typographer Spencer Charles, utilised as a mix of embosses, carved in seals and simulated watermark, and using purple cloth, black leather, cream paper and handmade coffee pottery, Bunch’s solution embraces a strong crafted quality alongside a more contemporary use of space and type.

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Mark Cappellino designed by Perky Bros

Logo and stationery design by Perky Bros for leadership consultant Mark Cappellino

Mark Cappellino is described by Perky Bros, the Tennessee-based studio behind his new logo and stationery, as a leadership consultant who travels the worldwide helping individuals and teams better communicate through stronger relationships. Their design solution, “based on the behavioural beliefs that shape his practice”, “plays on the typographic device called the em dash, meaning an interruption of thought” and “comes to life as a red thread which according to Chinese legend connects all of us—tangling, stretching, but never breaking.”

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