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Håndværk designed by Savvy

Packaging for fashion brand Handvaerk designed by Savvy

Håndværk is a New York based clothing brand that mixes craftmanship, minimal elegance, premium materials and innovative fabrics to produce high quality everyday essentials for both men and women.

Designed by Savvy, Håndværk’s new brand identity—which includes a logo, swing tags and packaging solution with a blind emboss detail—conveys the brand’s elegant and elemental nature with what Savvy describe as clean lines and a simple typographic approach based on “minimal scandinavian and japanese aesthetics”.

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Frederik Laux Photography designed by LSDK

Stationery designed by LSDK for Frederik Laux Photography

Frederik Laux is an award winning German portrait, fashion, lifestyle and editorial photographer with a client list that includes Alliance and Mercedes-benz. His new visual identity, developed by Stuttgart based design agency LSDK, takes a competently spaced but generic condensed, sans-serif logotype and executes it as a redacted three-line mark  die cut by hand across a print solution that mixes the cool and dark greys of uncoated unbleached boards, a pastel green paper, bright fluorescent stickers that cut diagonally through the stationery, the quality and authoritative weight of a letterpress business card with hand painted edges and the unusual detail of a portfolio case with a strap made from bike inner tubes.

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No. Six Depot designed by Perky Bros

Packaging labels designed by Perky Bros for small-batch coffee roaster and café No. Six Depot

No. Six Depot is a family owned, small-batch coffee roaster and café nested in the beautiful Berkshires. Located in a historic train station on 6 Depot St, they serve teas, salts and coffee from small farms and roast on location. Their identity [designed by Perky Bros] juxtaposes a mix of unique rural and modern elements — drawing inspiration from their own backyard railroad and unique approach to keeping it simple and making it true.” – Perky Bros.

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