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In Bed by Moffitt.Moffitt

Visual identity, print and packaging for online homeware retailer In Bed designed by Moffitt.Moffitt

In Bed is an online store that is a celebration of almost everything we love to do in bed. It has a generous yet tightly curated collection of homeware items that include handmade ceramic and wood saucers, bowls and mugs created by Japanese and American designers, as well as a range of high-quality linens. In Bed worked with Australian design studio Moffitt.Moffitt to develop an identity that would reflect the effortless personality of the brand and its product range through a graphic, material and language system.

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Puebla 109 designed by Savvy

Brand identity and packaging by Savvy for art, design and gastronomy experience Puebla 109

Puebla 109 is a three floor 20th century townhouse, located in the Roma Norte colonia of Mexico City, “where art, design and gastronomy converge” in the form of an evolving space utilised as a place to work in the morning, as a restaurant to eat lunch in the afternoon and as a bar to have cocktails in the evening.

Puebla 109’s new brand identity—which includes a number of different logos, packaging and print, stationery and menus created by design studio Savvy—establishes a strong, on-trend and crafted sensibility through hand drawn typography, uncoated materials, stamp-based print finishes and punched tape label detail.

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Håndværk designed by Savvy

Packaging for fashion brand Handvaerk designed by Savvy

Håndværk is a New York based clothing brand that mixes craftmanship, minimal elegance, premium materials and innovative fabrics to produce high quality everyday essentials for both men and women.

Designed by Savvy, Håndværk’s new brand identity—which includes a logo, swing tags and packaging solution with a blind emboss detail—conveys the brand’s elegant and elemental nature with what Savvy describe as clean lines and a simple typographic approach based on “minimal scandinavian and japanese aesthetics”.

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