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Holzweiler Agency designed by Bielke&Yang

Logotype designed by Bielke+Yang for contemporary fashion distributor Holzweiler

Holzweiler is a Oslo based, family run, contemporary fashion distributor that supplies stores right across Scandinavia. Their new brand identity, developed by Bielke&Yang and which includes two logotypes, stationery and a responsive website developed by Dekode, utilises typographical contrast, good quality materials and subtle print finish to resolve the high qualities expected of high fashion garments and the efficiency required of distribution services.

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Regional Associates designed by Commando Group

Business card designed by Commando Group for architecture and research consultancy Regional Associates

Regional Associates are a dynamic, interdisciplinary and international architecture and research consultancy “committed to developing new models for the integration of environmental, social and economically sustainable projects” within the fields of eco-tourism, public infrastructure and private residential projects.

Regional Associates’ new visual identity, designed by Oslo based multidisciplinary and international design agency Commando Group, reflects the consultancy’s decentralised, flexible and mobile approach to architecture and research through an expanding and contracting monogram device that fits a variety of formats in print and online, a sans-serif logotype and the edge painted detail of the business cards.

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Diverza designed by Face

Logo for Mexican on-line, electronic invoicing service provider Diverza designed by Face Creative

Diverza is a Mexican, on-line, electronic, invoicing service provider aimed at both low and high volume companies. Diverza’s visual identity, a combination of logotype, illustrative and iconographic detail, website and simple print work with high quality material and print finish, created by multidisciplinary design agency Face, mixes an everyday accessibility with corporate reliability and technological efficiency without appearing contradictory, in a way that should appeal to Diverza’s broad and inclusive demographic.

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