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Traveller Espresso Bar by TCYK

Logo as a pin badge for Melbourne espresso bar Traveller designed by The Company You Keep

Traveller is the Melbourne based espresso bar of speciality coffee roaster and cafe operator Seven Seeds. Design agency The Company You Keep (TCYK) recently worked with Seven Seeds to develop a new visual identity solution for the Traveller that reflects an interior architecture of details such as ‘moulded plywood, vinyl and soft curves’ inspired by ‘the golden age of caravanning’, through period typography, signage shape, a simple illustrative mark and a single ink print treatment.

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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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Bundle designed by The Company You Keep

Logo and debossed tag designed by The Company You Keep for curated mum-to-be hospital bag service Bundle

Bundle is a service established by Sarah Cole that provides mums-to-be with a curated bag containing everything they need for their stay in hospital. Melbourne based design studio The Company You Keep (TCYK) developed a visual identity for Bundle that, through colour, bold sans-serif typography, the high quality perceptions of embossed and debossed print work and plenty of space, reflects the quality of the products and the “softness, tranquility and security” that the service aims to help with during the “frenzy of birth”.

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