ReGen, formerly known as Uniting Care Moreland Hall, is a not-for-profit drug and alcohol treatment and education agency established in 1970 for the Victoria and Tasmanian regions of Australia. Following the recent name change Studio Brave developed a new visual identity that would better reflect the ReGen’s evidence based practices and the positive, practical outcomes it achieves, through a combination of vibrant colour, a simple linguistic device and a weighty sans serif typeface.
Stockholm based graphic and product design studio Bedow recently developed a new visual identity and stationery solution for Askeroths Trappor och Räcken, a small Swedish manufacturer of specialist staircases.
Based around a simple but identifiable abstraction, the logo-mark captures the elemental, functionality and practicality of staircases and the solid technical abilities of the craftsmen through the combination of a single, consistent line weight, basic geometry and nice balance of positive and negative space.
Tom Solo is a German born multilingual photographer with a modern, innovative approach and a growing international client roster. His new visual identity, created by UK based independent design agency Mash Creative, juxtaposes bleached and unbleached material choices, hand-stamped and block foil print finishes and a traditional serif and modernistic sans serif to achieve a smart communicative fusion of practicality and high quality.