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Spoorbeeld designed by Lava

Logo built form modular components for Dutch Railway's design infrastructure guide Spoorbeld created by Lava

Spoorbeeld is a on-line document, created by Bureau Spoorbouwmeester, that outlines the design policies of Dutch Railway’s infrastructure from the perspective of the traveler and provides legal guidance to both government and the private sectors. Spoorbeeld’s identity, visual language, stationery and digital presentation, developed by Amsterdam-based graphic design studio Lava, mixes industry, utility and accessibility through a flat colour palette, modular, stencil cut logo-type and simple digital tablet-based format.

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Sébastien Bertrand Gallery designed by Neo Neo

Logo designed by Neo Neo for Sébastien Bertrand contemporary art gallery

Sébastien Bertrand is a contemporary art gallery – located on Geneva’s Rue du Simplon street – that has curated work from artists such as Cynthia WestwoodSam Kaprielov and Tom Fruin. The gallery’s identity, designed by visual communications and graphic design studio Neo Neo, mixes a humanist sans serif logo-type built from a bespoke web font, a monochromatic colour palette and uncoated substrates to achieve both a contemporary arts and crafts sensibility and on-line functionality.

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Brewer St designed by Designers Anonymous

Logotype as a cup detail developed by Designers Anonymous for Fuller's fair-trade coffee range Brewer St

Brewer St. is a new fair-trade coffee range developed by UK based hospitality brand Fuller’s to take advantage of continued coffee market growth and build on the day-time custom of their pubs, bars and hotels. London based graphic design studio Designers Anonymous, following their successful rebranding of Fuller’s flagship King’s Cross pub The Parcel Yard, developed a visual identity solution for the brand based around custom typography, playful brand language and an industrial colour palette. This extends across menus, branded cups, coasters, and loyalty card, and conveys Fuller’s heritage and the craft of coffee-making.

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