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Faymus by Studio Brave, Australia

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding and animated logotype for Faymus by Studio Brave, Australia

Faymus is a Melbourne based property developer committed to building intelligent and sustainable spaces and ecosystems for tomorrow’s living in a way that is sensitive to the heritage and diversity of local communities. Property developed by Faymus is rooted in a philosophy that anticipates rather than follows change, interlinks tradition and innovation, and, working collaboratively with affiliated professionals, covers planning, build and interior design.

This philosophy and the extent of Faymus’ projects is communicated across their new brand identity, created by Australian graphic design Studio Brave, through a contrast of type, colour and image, and extending across duplex business cards and website. This was developed by Studio Brave alongside campaign work for other Faymus projects, one of which was The Hugo, also featured on BP&O.

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Global Art Project by Work In Progress, Norway

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Duplex and die cut business cards by Work In Progress for art curation organisation Global Art Project

The Global Art Project was established by Norwegian independent curator and writer Selene Wendt as a professional platform and framework for the communication, development and presentation of international contemporary art across geographical borders with the intention of bringing together all aspects of exhibition development. The Global Art Project is based in the city of Oslo and features a new brand identity, developed by multi-disciplinary Scandinavian design studio Work In Progress, that included duplex and die cut business cards, notebook, A6 presentation folder with inlay cards, website design, A1 poster and stickers.

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Two of Us

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Headed paper for British brand identity design studio Two of Us

Two of Us is a new British design studio run by Ash O’Brien and Ian Caulkett working from Brighton and Birmingham. Together they specialise in brand identity design, have a philosophy that is based around an honesty and openness in the sharing of feedback, and individual styles and skill sets that when working together complement each other. As an alternative to large studios, the duo choose to pick out the small-scale and personal two-man nature of their business with a simple naming strategy and visualised as a contrast of type detail, type size and of colour. this runs across business cards, letterhead, parcel stickers and website.

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