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Smets designed by Coast

Logotype and print with spray paint detail designed by Coast for Brussels based luxury department store Smets

SMETS is a luxury department store located in the heart of Brussels (with two more locations across Luxembourg) with over 3.500 square metres of fashion, design, art, food and beauty. Following last December’s BP&O review of the SMETS identity, independent design agency Coast has recently published some further images outlining how this new visual identity has been executed across a wider variety of collaterals and touch-points.

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Coyote designed by Moving Brands

Logo design by Moving Brands for Chicago based third party logistics business Coyote

Coyote is a Chicago based third party logistics business working across a variety of industry sectors and boasts a network density unlike its competitors. Coyote commissioned independent and international brand development agency Moving Brands to create an identity that would represent the company’s dynamic work force and their energetic forward momentum.

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Seymours designed by Spin

Logo and stationery designed by Spin for international art acquisition advisory service Seymours

Seymours is a London-based team of advisers and independent art consultants with academic backgrounds and experience of auction houses and galleries. Founded in 2000 Seymours impartially negotiates and advises its clients on the acquisition of art across the international market. Their new identity, website and stationary was created by independent design agency Spin and revolves around an unusual, blue, stencil cut serif logo-type solution that looks distinctive within an industry that is typically restrained and formal.

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