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Lorod by Pentagram’s Natasha Jen, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and blind embossed business card by Pentagram for fashion brand Lorod.

Lorod is an American fashion label that redefines timeless basics with modern, modular construction, distinctive fabrics and vintage-inspired chic. The designers at LOROD experiment with production methods to give each garment a quirky, personal and one-of-a-kind quality, and utilise new distribution tools to produce collections within the U.S.

This intersection of the classic and contemporary, refined craftsmanship, a utilitarian functionality and quirky personality informed Lorod’s brand identity, designed by Pentagram partner Natasha Jen and her team. This is expressed in the combination of wordmark, colour and form, in messaging and art direction, and the way that these are used across tags, business cards and website.

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FR-EE by Pentagram, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and stationery with fluorescent spot colour detail for architectural studio Fr-ee designed by Pentagram Natasha, United States

Fernando Romero Enterprise (FR-EE) is an architecture and design firm with offices in New York and Mexico City. The firm was founded by award-winning architect Fernando Romero, and is recognised internationally for their work on projects such as the new Mexico City International Airport and Museo Soumaya. FR-EE worked with Pentagram partner Natasha Jen, plus team, to help them capture and convey their innovative and pioneering spirit and democratic approach, through a new brand identity system. This went on to include business cards, stationery, brochure and web design.

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Teabox by Pentagram, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and package design for tea subscription service Teabox by graphic design studio Pentagram, United States

Teabox is an e-commerce tea business, established in 2012 and located at the heart of India’s tea-growing regions, that looks to revolutionise the experience of buying and enjoying one of the oldest drinks in history by bringing it directly to consumers. It is based on the popular monthly subscription model, and uses data science to match teas to subscriber’s personal tastes. Teabox worked with Pentagram partner Natasha Jen to develop a new brand identity, packaging system and website that would help establish it as a global brand.

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