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Black Visual Archive by Fivethousand Fingers

Logo by Fivethousand Fingers for Black Visual Archive, an on-line collection of critical texts on African American artists

Founded in 2010 by Meg Onli, Black Visual Archive is an on-line collection of “critical writings that contextualise the work of African American artists through historical and visual history”, and is “dedicated to the documentation and review of contemporary black and post-black visual culture” through the release of “regular texts on contemporary artists, works and exhibitions.”

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Yay Festival designed by Snask

Print created by Snask for the design event Yay Festival

YAY Festival is a Stockholm based design event, created Swedish by design studio Snask working in collaboration with ‘brand experience agency’ Grandins Flying Circus, that was launched in 2012 with guest speakers that included Aaron James Draplin and Jennifer Cirpici who replaced Jessica Hisch.

The identity for the 2012 event, recently published by Snask on their website, juxtaposes traditional and fine illustrative still life watercolour detail, enhanced by full bleeds in print, with the urban energy, enthusiasm and hand crafted sensibilities of a script of broad brush strokes and the on-trend restraint of a single line weight logotype – both well rendered a with decent sense of motion through each of the letters and plenty of individual character. This contrast continues with the modernistic restraint and efficiency of geometric sans-serif. Together these deliver a rich and striking contrast and resolution of both classic and contemporary design themes.

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Interior XIII designed by Anagrama

Logo and stationery designed by Anagrama for Interior 13, a distributor of auteur films and promoter of independent cinema

Interior 13 is a distributor of Mexican and international auteur films and promoter of independent cinema. Design agency Anagrama were recently commissioned by Interior 13 to develop a new visual identity that would be “easily relatable to the cinematographic world” as well as being “functional in terms of online promotion.”

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