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Loot designed by Savvy

Logotype, stationery and print designed by Savvy for Mexican surf and lifestyle store Loot. Featured on bpando.org

Loot is a surf and lifestyle store retailing distinctive products for a modern and global consumer and offers an alternative to the more commercial items from retailers typically found in its touristic location in the Mexican city of Zihuatanejo. Loot’s brand identity, designed by Savvy, draws its character and distinction from Zihuatanejo’s past as a hotspot for pirates, and visualised as a combination of regional historical elements and modern pop culture, allowing it to be relevant to both the local community and international shoppers.

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Shaun Ford & Co. designed by Savvy

Logotype and business card with block foil detail designed by Savvy for bespoke furniture design firm Shaun Ford & Co.

Shaun Ford & Co. is a Canadian bespoke furniture an interiors business that creates tailored environments for the sophisticated, style conscious consumer, and whose work revolves around a timeless approach to space. Each piece of furniture is designed with careful consideration given to the years that it will have to coexist within a particular environment and with the intention that each acquires further value over time. These ideas informed the development of its new brand identity, designed by Savvy, and visualised through type, material, layout and print finish.

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Oyya designed by Skinn

Logotype and signage designed by Skinn for Bruges ice bar Oyya

Oyya is an ice bar located in the Belgium city of Bruges that retails a variety of frozen yoghurts, yoghurt drinks, waffles and 28 ice creams — the most in the city. Its brand identity, which included logotype, print, signage, uniforms and interior design created by local studio Skinn, while largely logo-centric and having a strict consistency across stickers, tubs, cone sleeves and boxes, manages to establish distinction through reduction without looking cheap and is sensitive to the historic nature of its location.

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