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Privacy International designed by Paul Belford Ltd.

Logo and print with perforated detail designed by This Is Real Art for Privacy International

Privacy International is a UK based non-profit organisation established in 1990 to monitor the security intrusions of governments and business, increase the awareness of data protection concerns and establish ‘new forms of privacy advocacy’ at an international level. Made up of computer professionals, academics, lawyers, journalists and human rights campaigners the organisation has worked on initiatives across fifty countries and is funded by British privacy activist Simon Davies.

Design Studio This Is Real Art, now Paul Belford Ltd, worked with Privacy International to develop a new visual identity. The result blends a redacted visual device, synonymous with restricted government intelligence, a simple perforated material treatment, patterns and webcam stickers to make global security relevant and understandable at a personal level.

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Size Records designed by Face

Sans-serif logotype designed by Face for record label Size.

Size is the independent label of Swedish house DJ, record producer and one third of the Swedish House Mafia Steve Angello. The label’s new visual identity, created by ‘supermodernist’ design agency Face, moves it away from a saturated club aesthetic by appropriating some of the qualities of the fashion industry.

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Karina Lax designed by Teacake

Logo and business card with coloured board choice and blind deboss detail designed by Teacake for fashion, music and editorial photographer Karina Lax

Karina Lax is a freelance fashion, music and editorial photographer and part owner of Richmond Pictures. Her new brand identity, designed by Manchester-based creative partnership Teacake which includes a new logo, stationery set and website, utilises a simple but elegant KL monogram against both a vivid and dark grey colour palette conveying a creative yet professional personality and approach.

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