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Checklist designed by Anagrama

Pamphlet with blue and pink pastel coloured paper and gold foil detail designed by Anagrama for event panner Checklist

Checklist is a Mexican event planning business that specialises in ‘milestone occasions’ such as birthdays, anniversaries and graduations as well as corporate events. Checklist caters ‘exclusively for their client’s unique needs’ and can also provide options that are environmentally friendly. Design agency Anagrama recently devised an ‘institutional’ visual identity solution for Checklist that mixes the age and authority of a heraldic shield, the premium aesthetic of a gold foil print finish, the playful craft qualities of pastel coloured papers and the utility of a slab-serif typeface.

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Harridge Group designed by Igloo

Logo design and stationery design by Igloo for corporate travel company Harridge Group

Harridge, formerly Ealing Travel Services, is a corporate travel group made up of Harridge Business Travel, Harridge Luxury and Harridge Events. London-based design studio Igloo were recently commissioned to design the group’s visual identity and brand architecture which would reference its “significant history and experience”. Their design solution, a combination of serif detail, sans-serif characters and a modern colour palette and pattern set, drawing on what Igloo describe as upper-class English culture, mixes a sense of heritage with corporate quality in a clear and concise way.

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Feral Sphere designed by Mind

Logo design by Mind, in collaboration with illustrator Lenia Hauser, for fashion label Feral Sphere

Established by Goldsmiths graduate Holly James earlier this year, Feral Sphere is a UK-based fashion label that creates simple, colourful and comfortable clothing and accessories made from organic cotton using 100% renewable solar and wind energy. The label’s brand identity and packaging solution, created by Mind Design working in collaboration with illustrator Lenia Hauser, was “inspired by Japanese Shinto spirits and the ghost in the TV series ‘Lost'” and utilises what Mind describe as a ‘many logos and none solution’, a technical typographic detail, an earthy material choice and the contemporary economy and impact of a green and black ink combination.

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