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Guy Bauer designed by Anagrama

Logo and business card design by Anagrama for Guy Bauer

Guy Bauer is a Chicago-based video production company ‘committed to creating stories that elicit feelings’. The company’s new visual identity, based around a quill logo – conveying their story-telling philosophy – a stationery solution that references the film industry in its layout and a deep green color palette, designed to convey depth and reliability, was recently developed by independent design agency Anagrama.

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Level Improvements designed by Studio Hi Ho

Logotype and business card designed by Studio Hi Ho for Level Improvements

Level Improvements is a small-scale builder that possesses, in the words of Hi Ho – the studio responsible for their new identity – a characteristic often lacking in others in their field — a high level of craft and attention to detail. To reflect these values, Hi Ho developed a ‘easily managed and straight talking’ visual identity solution that leverages the similarities between an uppercase L and a carpenter’s square – a measure of straightness and a steady hand – and isolates it with a typographical quirk to convey both continued consistency and a sense of individuality that distances it from other unreliable services.

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Madeleine Blanchfield designed by A Friend Of Mine

Logo for Madeleine Blanchfield Architects designed by A Friend Of Mine

Madeleine Blanchfield is a Sydney-based architectural firm described by A Friend Of Mine, the design studio behind their new brand identity, as having a tactile and understated approach with an appreciation of light and detail. Qualities reflected through the subtle but tactile combination of material, print finish and ample space across the firm’s stationery.

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