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Sebazzo designed by Bunch

Logo and business card constructed from coloured board using a marquetry technique designed by Bunch for digital design studio Sebazzo

Sebazzo is the London based interactive studio of digital design duo Sebastien Hefel and Michael Azzopardi. The studio creates applications, websites and generative installations for a variety of brands and specialises in ‘innovative e-learning environments’. Design agency Bunch recently created a visual identity and stationery solution for Sebazzo that conveys digital design as a craft and the duality of the partnership through name and type, colour, material choice and process.

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Partick Dental designed by Freytag Anderson

Logo and stationery with coloured paper and grey board detail designed by Freytag Anderson for Partick Dental featured on BP&O

Design studio Freytag Anderson were recently commissioned by Glasgow based Partick Dental to create a “fresh and vibrant visual identity” for their local practices. The studio saw the opportunity to create a clear concept that would avoid the “usual clichés associated with the industry” and have an inclusivity that would strike a solid balance between minimal, contemporary, inviting and established, through a communicative combination of mark, type and material choice.

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The Wedding Belle designed by Ghost

Logo and business cards with a pastel board and gold foil print finish designed by Ghost for wedding planner The Wedding Belle

Oklahoma City based design studio Ghost have recently completed the visual identity for the The Wedding Belle, the ‘elegant and timeless’ wedding planning business of Robyn Martin. Designed to represent the modern bride, communicate style, confidence and expertise, Ghost created a solution that would match the caliber of Robyn’s craft by taking the elements of the existing mark, honour the original typeface and introduce a pastel colour palette and a gold foil detailing to achieve a “softness, warmth and a touch of formality.”

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