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Higher Living 2016 by B&B Studio, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding and packaging for organic tea company Higher Living by B&B Studio, United Kingdom

Higher Living is a British company who have been blending teas, herbs and spices for over 45 years using only 100% natural and organic ingredients. Continuing their collaboration with Higher Living, which began back in 2010, London-based graphic design studio B&B Studio worked with the company, following a recent expansion of the range, to help redefine its packaging and brand identity with the intention of establishing a new system that would help consumers navigate an increased variety whilst also retaining its idiosyncratic qualities.

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Elements by dn&co. United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Visual identity and brochure covers for tap and spout range Elements from Brooklyn-based brassware business The Watermark Collection by dn&co.

Elements is the latest spout and handle range from Brooklyn-based boutique brassware business The Watermark Collection. It features 15 metal finishes, 3 handle designs and 19 hand-crafted covers. These make up a potential quarter of a million possible combinations. The modularity, materiality and variety of Elements is drawn on and expressed through a visual identity created by British design studio dn&co, which then plays out across a range of distinctive brochure covers.

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Learig by The District, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and business cards for commercial and residential property developer Learig designed by The District, United Kingdom

Learig is a UK-based commercial and residential property developer managing projects end to end, from planning to design to build, and the financial considerations that link each of these stages. This end to end management, and Learig’s three tiers of expertise, is visually articulated by its new brand identity, designed by The District, through a logo of three stacked blogs which extend out to guide people through property, linking information and punctuating neutral white walls with a distinctive neon green. The project also included stationery, business cards, brand guidelines, interior signage and brochure design linked by bold colour and consistent type.

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