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Fosnavåg Konserthus by Heydays, Norway

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Animated logo for Fosnavaag Cultural Centre designed by Heydays

Fosnavåg is a city on the island of Bergsøya, situated off the west coast of Norway not far from the Altantic Ocean. It is home to a variety of maritime businesses including fishing, logistics and shipbuilding, and now the location of Fosnavaag Cultural Centre, a new concert hall founded by the local community.

Fosnavaag Cultural Centre’s brand identity, created by Scandinavian graphic design studio Heydays, explores the relationship between Fosnavåg and the Atlantic Ocean—the foundation of local industry and culture, the point at which old weathered buildings meet a precise and contemporary structure, technology and innovation, and the convergence of sea and music. This was visualised as an identity system that included dynamic animated logo and interactive signage, illuminated interior displays, t-shirts, badges and business cards.

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Record Mania designed by Bedow

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logo design for Record Mania designed by Bedow

Bedow published images of the latest visual identity design work for Record Mania, a Swedish store described by the studio as one of the most prominent worldwide with a twenty square metre shop located at the centre of Södermalm, Stockholm. Record Meania releases hundreds of rare collectable vinyl records each week making it a new store each Friday. It is this idea that informed the direction of the store’s visual identity, which links assets such as bags, tote bags and t-shirts, stationery, business cards and packaging.

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More Than Human designed by Bedow

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logo and record label design featuring photography by Erik Undehn for Canadian record label More Than Human

More Than Human is a Vancouver-based record label, established by Gareth Moses, that specialises in the release of limited edition vinyl from electronic musicians such as the Passenger, Plays:Four and Kemper Norton, who’s latest EP is described as “political, weird, epic, moving, captivating, disturbing, haunting and deep”. The label’s logo and record sleeves were developed by Swedish graphic and product design studio Bedow and feature the work of artist Josef Albers and photographer Erik Undéhn.

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