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SSU designed by Snask

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The Swedish Social Democratic Youth League, abbreviated to SSU, is a branch of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, associated with the Swedish Trade Union Confederation, and one of the largest youth leagues in the country with a membership of over 10,000. In response to an upcoming general election, which took place on September 14th, the SSU looked to readdress its visual identity which had remained untouched for ten years.

Designed by Snask and launched a few months prior to the election, the SSU’s new visual identity, drawing colour from its relationship with the Trade Union Confederation and Social Democrats, using bold typography, and introducing a variety of more accessible details, broadens its communicative value and aesthetic impact, and unifies its members under one cohesive system.

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Skovin designed by Heydays

Catalogue with coloured paper and die cut cover designed by Heydays for Norwegian high-end wood flooring supplier Skovin

Skovin is Norwegian, high-end, solid wood floor specialist that combines ancient craftsmanship with modern technologies. By mixing a wood veneer business card and a traditional name drawn from the old word Skøyen, the area in Oslo where the company was founded, with geometric shapes and die cuts, panels of flat colour and sans-serif typography, Skovin’s identity, designed by Heydays, intends to express the company’s fusion of past and present process.

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Ingierstrand Bad designed by Uniform

Logo designed by Uniform for recently refurbished Norwegian restaurant Ingierstrand Bad

Ingierstrand Bad is a newly refurbished restaurant located on the shore of Norway’s Oslofjord that balances the area’s history as a 1930’s summer retreat with a contemporary dining experience. Oslo based design agency Uniform recently captured this juxtaposition of past and present through a new brand identity solution for the restaurant that mixes vintage photography, cream substrates, geometric forms, two inks and the Art Deco sensibilities of the logotype, resolved with a contemporary consistency, eye for space and simplicity.

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