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Meteorologisk Institutt by Neue, Norway

Logo and print with UV varnish detail designed by Neue for the Norwegian Meteorological Institute - Meteorologisk Institutt

Meteorologisk Institutt provides meteorological data to Norway’s military, civil services and the general public with the intention of safe guarding life, property and the environment. Design agency Neue developed a new visual identity solution for the institute that mixes geometric shapes, material and print choices and the humanistic and environmental detail of photography to achieve communicative and aesthetic contrast and capture the data drawn from the harsh Nordic weather and the impact its gathering has on the people of the country.

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University of the Arts Helsinki designed by Bond

Logo and coloured board business cards designed by Bond for the University of the Arts Helsinki

The Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, Sibelius Academy and Theatre Academy Helsinki merged in the beginning of 2013 into the University of the Arts Helsinki. Bond created the complete branding solution for the new university. The strategy for the identity was to create a distinctive set of logotypes based on a common design language, and to introduce an anchor symbol that acts as a point of connection between the university mother brand and the three academy brands. The simple and bold ‘X’ has plenty of meanings, just like art does. The symbol can be seen, for example, as a starting point, a destination, a meeting place, a location, a signature, an unknown force, a warning, an irritant, a question and a solution.” – Bond

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Hoi Bo designed by Blok

Logo and print with angular die cut detail designed by Blok for luxury bag, clothing and accessories brand Hoi Bo

Hoi Bo is the handmade luxury bag, clothing and accessories brand of Ontario based Sarra Tang that in the words of Blok, the design agency behind Hoi Bo’s recent rebranding, as possessing a “distinctive aesthetic that arises from the designer’s unique way of working”, a process that involves folding paper to create shapes that then inform the design direction of the garments and accessories.

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