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1882 designed by Pentagram

Logotype designed by Pentagram for contemporary bone china designer Emily Johnson

1882 is the brand identity of designer Emily Johnson who creates contemporary bone china products using traditional techniques practised by her family since 1882. The logo, created by internationally renowned studio Pentagram, lead by partner Domenic Lippa, unifies the themes of heritage and tradition and juxtaposes it with a modern and minimal typographical solution.

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Whyte Lilja designed by Kurppa Hosk

Stencil cut serif logotype designed by Kurppa Hosk for Swedish architectural firm Whyte Lilja

Whyte Lilja is a Swedish architectural firm that specialises in the design and build of exclusive private villas. Their identity, recently updated by Stockholm based interdisciplinary brand and design consultancy Kurppa Hosk, blends classic letter-forms with the concept of reification to create a modern and elegant logo-type.

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Donovan’s Cellar designed by United*

Packaging with a mixed typographical approach designed by United* for artisan condiment and pickle brand Donovan's Cellar

Donovan’s Cellar is an artisan producer of condiments and pickles created from classic techniques and family recipes. Launched in 2011 by NYC based restaurant owners Brandon Donovan and Francis Derby the products are aimed at both the retail and restaurant markets. Donovan’s identity and packaging propositions, developed by United*, convey the regionally sourced, hand packed and home style nature of the range with a mixed typographical solution and two tone colour palette.

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