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Marks designed by Marks

Logo designed by and for Geneva-based multidisciplinary design studio Marks

Marks is a Geneva-based multidisciplinary design studio that specialises in delivering contemporary graphic communication solutions to corporate business, institutions and the luxury goods and industrial art sectors. Their visual identity, a reverse, uppercase, italic logo-type with a consistent line weight, humanistic sans-serif build, square terminals, decent spacing and neat parallel diagonal strokes, now features across a new stationery set that, through a really nice combination of weighty, warm and cold concrete grey, uncoated material choices with a contrasting, high quality, glossy black and white foil print treatment, large point size and plenty of space, deliver an urban and subtle craft backdrop to the confident consistency and slightly unconventional qualities of the type and its layout across the collateral.

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One Planet Living by Demian Conrad

Logo design for One Planet Living designed by Demian Conrad

One Planet Living is an initiative to promote sustainable practices and help influence global environmental policies. The initiative’s new identity, developed by Swiss agency Demian Conrad Design, replaces a tired, blue earth, green heart logo-mark and dull typography with a more distinctive and professional logo-type solution, an earthy, unbleached substrate and a contemporary, single white, print treatment.

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Coiffure Duett by Bureau Collective

New logo for Swiss hair salon Coiffure Duett designed by Bureau Collective

Coiffure Duett is hair salon, located in the Swiss town of St.Gallen, owned by stylist duo Fabienne Meier and Nadine Loser. The salon’s visual identity, developed by graphic design studio Bureau Collective, reflects the dual partnership, a close client/hairdresser philosophy and a personal, individualised service-lead approach to contemporary style through a contrasting serif and sans serif logo-type, two tone colour palette and the comb-like, interlocking die-cut detail.

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