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Mercht by Robot Food, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and badges for UK based custom merchandise business Mercht by Robot Food

Mercht is a UK based custom merchandise business, created by the team at Awesome Merchandise, that offers its customers a risk-free way to design, sell and ship customised t-shirts and wearable accessories, through an online showcase and print on demand service. It is a platform where, if designs sell well, both parties profit, with neither loosing if they do not.

Leeds based graphic design studio Robot Food, the studio behind Awesome Merchandise’s brand identity, developed an identity for Mercht that captures the creative, custom and accessible spirit of the service through a playful and convivial mix of bright colour, hand drawn lettering and pattern, which links a variety of collateral. This included badges, stickers, notebooks and packaging, postcards and branded t-shirts.

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Farah by Post, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for UK men's fashion brand Farah Farah by graphic design studio Post

Farah is a men’s fashion brand with a seasonal catalogue of shirts, polo shirts, knitwear, jackets, footwear, bags and accessories available online and from high street and department store premises in the United Kingdom. Following two years of collaboration, London based graphic design studio Post were commissioned by Farah to refresh its visual identity, from tags, retail concept, internal communications and art direction, to stationery, business cards, brand book and signage.

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Marquez Quevedo by La Tortillería, Mexico

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and gold foiled stationery for Mexican architectural studio Marquez Quevedo by La Tortillería

Márquez Quevedo is a San Pedro based architectural practice that balances space, proportion, materials, form and colour to compose creative spaces filled with movement. Drawing on what is described as the practice’s sophisticated style and vision Mexican graphic design studio La Tortillería developed a new brand identity for Márquez Quevedo with a sense of space, structure and materiality, both in image and physical texture, that links business cards, stationery and website.

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