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Creagent designed by Bond

Logo designed by Bond for nordic design broker Creagent

Creagent is a Finnish ‘design broker’ that provides a “unique pool of talented designers from all fields and a wide range of expertise to match various business needs.” Creagent’s new brand identity and website, developed by multidisciplinary design studio Bond – currently on a roll with new work for Allsorts and the University of the Arts Helsinki – utilises a bold, brightly coloured set of pictograms and sans-serif slogans to “communicate the value of design.”

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Alquimie designed by Thought Assembly

Logotype and white ink, warm grey business card designed by ThoughtAssembly for quarterly beverage magazine Alquimie

“Released quarterly as a printed magazine, Alquimie is a written emulsion of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Covering wine, beer, spirits, bitters, coffees and other solutions of interest; Alquimie explores the liquids themselves — their origins and stories. Working with photographer James Morgan, the inaugural edition of Alquimie included over 160 images across 152 pages.” – Alquimie

Melbourne based graphic design and visual communications studio ThoughtAssembly, responsible for developing and managing Alquimie’s name, brand identity, print and art direction, utilise the thick white ink and warm concrete grey substrate of the business cards, a traditional, open, hand-sewn detail of the magazine, tinted photography and the well spaced uppercase serif characters of the logotype to hint at the history and craft the publication looks to uncover, its authority and high quality.

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Weekend designed by RoAndCo

Logo and stationery with a red board and white ink detail designed by RoAndCo for Dallas coffee shop Weekend

Inspired by ‘cartoonish film titles from the 1980’s’, design agency RoAndCo recently developed the brand identity for Dallas coffee shop Weekend, an extension of their retail store “which has become a relaxing everyday haunt for vacationers”. Based around a tightly spaced Cooper Black logotype, a “minimal and refined typographic system” and a striking but restrained red and white colour palette, Ro&Co created a solution that they say conveys “the bright, bold and cheerful spirit of the brand.”

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