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Sauvage by Triboro, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding and illustrated menu by New York design studio Triboro for Brooklyn cafe and bar Sauvage

Sauvage is a Brooklyn-based cafe and cocktail bar from Joshua Boissy and Krystof Zizka, the duo behind Maison Premiere. It is described as being reflective of the staple establishments of New York and Paris, and has a menu of French-accented American dishes. This is also reflected throughout its interior design, a mix of mosaic flooring, brass rimmed circular tables, bent wood furniture, ornamental mirrors, brass fixtures and fittings, and a curved bar with a white marble top.

Sauvage’s visual identity, designed by New York studio Triboro, mirrors some of the period European and American interior influences, whilst working in individual personality through multi-colour and form. This runs across business cards, menus, coffee cups, coasters and tote bags, and included signage and web design.

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L’Observatoire International by Triboro, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding and business card for L'Observatoire International by New York based design studio Triboro

L’Observatoire International is a American lighting design studio co-founded in 1993 by Hervé Descottes. The studio is made up of architects, interior designers, engineers, artists and lighting designers working on a variety of projects, illuminating and accentuating both modern and classical architecture and spaces. These include retail premises and museums, airports, landscapes and concert halls. L’Observatoire International worked with New York-based design studio Triboro to develop a new visual identity. This runs across printed assets that included business cards and a new website.

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Collect by Spin, United Kingdom (Preview)

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and print for contemporary international art fair Collect, designed by Spin, London, UK

Collect is an international art fair that will take place between the 2–6 of February 2017 at London’s Saatchi Gallery. Presented by the Crafts Council, Collect will give visitors the chance to see and buy museum-quality and contemporary ceramics, glass, jewellery, wood, metal and textiles created by established and emerging artists and makers represented by over thirty of the world’s best galleries.

Collect’s brand identity, designed by Spin, draws character, play and visual interest from an economical use of a single and fairly austere font, and a black and white colour palette, and went on to include print communication, as documented here, art direction, animation, advertising, signage and environmental graphics.

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