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Síol Studio designed by Mucho

Logo and blind emboss stationery for San Francisco-based architecture studio Síol created by Mucho

San Francisco-based architecture studio Síol recently commissioned multidisciplinary design agency Mucho to develop a new visual identity solution that would embody “their philosophy of conceptual, clean architecture for both interior and exterior design.” Based around a customised sans-serif logotype executed as a blind deboss, the identity conveys the familiar architectural themes of light and shadow formed within three-dimensional space and a practical, corporate efficiency.

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We Make Stuff Happen designed by Maddison Graphic

Logo and business card with black foil detail designed by Maddison Graphic for exhibition and event production company We Make Stuff Happen

We Make Stuff Happen is a London and Brighton-based creative marketing and production company that specialises in exhibitions and events with past campaigns that have included covering an entire building in clothes, placing a car in a block of ice and putting an open air cinema on top of a skyscraper. Their visual identity, created by Maddison Graphic, features a stacked uppercase logotype set in Merkury with plenty of space, surrounded by a three-dimensional, single line weight border and printed across an uncoated Colorplan Mist substrate with a contrasting black block foil print finish.

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Tabarka Studio designed by Anagrama

Logo and stationery design by Anagrama for handcrafted terracotta tile specialist Tabarka Studio

Tabarka Studio specialises in ‘detail-oriented’ and handcrafted tiles made from terracotta, a ‘clay-based ceramic earthenware that becomes porous when fired creating a worn-out, antique finish’. Anagrama, the design agency responsible for the studio’s visual identity and collateral, describe their approach as embracing an ‘archaic timelessness’ that reflects the products through the use of a blue and white scale pattern, tiled icon and a heavy, tactile and porous substrate.

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