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Under Your Skin designed by Robot Food

Packaging with bright illustrative detail by Robot Food for tattoo care range Under Your Skin

Under Your Skin is a specialist tattoo and skin care range made up of three treatments; ‘Recover’, ‘Protect’ and ‘Enhance’, developed in response to skin art’s move from sub-culture to the mainstream.

Under Your Skin’s brand identity—which included a logotype, original illustrative work and packaging design, developed by Leeds-based Robot Food—was created to appeal to a broad audience, “from the newly marked” to “the most hardcore tattoo lover”, whilst staying “true to the culture and heritage of tattooing” says lead designer Mike Johns.

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Brae designed by Studio Round

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Still life created by photographer Scottie Cameron

Brae is a restaurant, located in the Australian town of Birregurra, that describes itself as having a menu of unique and contemporary dishes built around a respect for nature and seasonality, and crafted from organic ingredients both locally sourced and grown on its own 30 acre site. Brae’s new brand identity—which included a new logo-type, menu, stationery set and website developed by Melbourne based Studio Round—juxtaposes traditional typography and a seasonal colour palette alongside the contemporary creativity and rich natural detail of a series of still life photographs taken by Scottie Cameron.

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Minna Palmqvist designed by Bedow

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logotype designed by Bedow for fashion designer and label Minna Palmqvist

Minna Palmqvist is described by Bedow, the studio behind her new visual identity as a “critical, Swedish fashion designer”. Following the completion of a masters degree at Stockholm’s Konstfack College of Arts in 2009 Minna launched her own label to further develop her ‘Intimately Social’ series, “an evolving constant challenging the traditional fashion seasons and exploring the obsession with the female body, by merging social commentary with fashion and art.”

Bedow created a new brand identity solution for Minna that reflected these themes by taking a ubiquitous and expected female symbol, splitting it into to two components and tieing it to the physical and functional details of the collateral and garments.

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