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Kinetica designed by Face

Logotype and stationery designed by Face for industrial design studio Kinetica

Kinetica is an international industrial design studio located in Santa Catarina, Mexico, that specialises in non-standard architectural projects. Their new visual identity, created by ‘supermodernist’ design agency Face, utilises a bold black and yellow colour palette, a straightforward sans-serif logo-type, plenty of space and a grid based collateral layout to establish a restrained and contemporary interpretation of heavy industry infused with subtle architectural cues.

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Mi&Mall by Atipo, Spain

Logo and letterpress stationery design by Atipo for Mi&Mall

Mi&Mall is an online shopping destination and resource that brings together and supports small to medium designer brands for people interested in fashion, trends and exclusive collections. Based around a simple logo-type, ampersand, a pale colour palette and a tactile print and material choice, Mi&Mall’s visual identity, created by Spanish multidisciplinary design studio Atipo, mixes high fashion and boutique craft cues to express style and exclusivity with a sense of handmade quality and individuality.

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Riksteatret designed by Bleed

Logo design by Bleed for Norway's national touring theatre Riksteatret

Established in 1948 and performing on roughly 200 stages, Riksteatret is the national touring theatre of Norway currently directed by actress and politician Ellen Horn. This month sees the launch of Riksteatret’s new visual identity created by multidisciplinary design consultancy Bleed. Based around the concept of a poster and executed as a smart expanding and contracting visual device, the identity creates an interesting border for the theatre’s posters, programmes and stationery with a modernistic egalitarian sense of inclusivity.

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