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Bec Brittain designed by Lotta Nieminen

Logo and duplex business cards designed by Lotta Nieminen for New York based lighting and product designer Bec Brittain

Bec Brittain is a New York based lighting and product designer who is driven by a “love for luxurious materials, intuitive forms and forward-thinking technology.” Working with her small team from a studio in Brooklyn, Bec Brittain creates products that explore and experiment with new production techniques and materials that push the boundaries of American-made centrepiece lighting design. Each piece is created and inspected by Bec and produced using a local network of fabricators and artisans.

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BANG PR designed by RE:

Dynamic logo designed by RE: for Sydney based public relations business Bang

BANG is a Sydney based public relations business and sub-company within the M&C Saatchi group. It is described by RE:, the design studio behind its brand identity, as being known for infectious ideas, seriously bright storytelling, and acting as a social loud hailer for its clients, generating impact, creating chatter and building excitement.

RE:’s identity treatment, which included a dynamic animated logo, a variety of printed collateral and soon-to-launch responsive website, visualises the energy, explosive potential and the impact BANG has on its clients’ businesses, using a bold logotype that frames a variety of brand expressions that are conveyed through a good mix of type, illustration, language, photography, static image and motion.

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Taidehalli designed by Tsto

Logo and blue board business cards designed by Tsto for Finnish contemporary art gallery Taidehalli

Taidehalli is an art gallery, also know as Helsinki Kunsthalle, with a significant 86-year history. It is set within the walls of a distinctive building created by Jarl Eklund and Hilding Ekelund, and during its lengthy residency has secured its place as a key space within Finland for the exhibition of contemporary artworks.

Taidehalli’s new brand identity, recently redesigned by Helsinki and New York based design studio Tsto, uses the architectural exterior and interior detail of the building to inform type, colour and a variety of shape, and effectively leverages artwork samples and print finish to communicate some of its heritage, contemporary remit and commitment to continual development.

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