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As a refresh, the project began with some inherent design limitations in the mark and color palette. Focus Lab knew that the progression of the brand had to honor both CreateOne’s youthful leadership as well as it’s traditional backbone. After several explorations, Focus Lab successfully refined the mark and enlivened the color scheme with an accent color that greatly helped in balancing out the website.

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Blank Digital are a New York-based boutique retouching and digital capture company. The quality of their stunning photographic and motion work speaks for itself, ensuring steady work with the best photographers in the business. However, with an offer broadening to include new motion capabilities, and an ambition to cement direct relationships with the world’s most successful luxury, fashion and media businesses, they needed a more proactive strategy. Designed by Moving Brands.

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Local 215 is a Philadelphia-based food truck specializing in artisanal dishes made from slow-cooked head-to-tail hogs as well as other locally-sourced farm-fresh items. R&Co worked with the guys at Local 215 on everything from the original pig illustration to the thematic color & texture selection in an effort to create a cohesive component-based identity system to be used across all of the brand’s materials including their coal mine rescue truck turned mobile kitchen.

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Laand is a landscape architecture studio with a passion for creating playful yet practical spaces; collaborating with clients and communities to deliver sustainable landscapes across the public and private sectors. The company needed to rebrand in order to create an identity that would better reflect it’s growing reputation and to also help promote itself to new clients. The brand that Passport developed is centred on the simplicity of contour lines – something that explicitly links to any kind of landscape and is therefore an element that takes an important role in Laand’s day-to-day practice. To give an added personalisation, the contours have been strategically ringed around the ‘A’ and ‘N’ – the proprietor’s initials – Alan Nowell. Simple, bold typography has then been used to contrast against the contour lines. The colour palette uses a neutral pale grey so as not to tie the brand to a particular sector of work whilst the bright coral accents clash effectively with the array of green tones often found in Laand’s technical plans and drawings.

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Anazoe is the luxury spa in the Costa Navarino Dunes resort. The Anazoe’s ethos adapts the principles of ancient Greek medicine to a modern vision of well-being. Similarly, the identity created by Praline draws its inspiration from ancient Greece. The rounded typography refers to the local crafts while the symmetrical mark is based on the Hippocratic concept of harmony between the four humors.

Anazoe is also a brand of cosmetics. Praline has created a brand architecture, and design of the full range of products.

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Borne out of a need to make running a business easier and in turn more fun, Knopka (which means ‘Button’) is a new business service. It combines personal and business banking, a personal assistant, lawyer and accountant – creating an entirely new category designed for Russian entrepreneurs.

The brand identity NB Studio created starts small (as a button), and is visible in everything the brand does, from the digital products which we helped co-create, to the creation of an ambitious ‘third space’ for entrepreneurs in the capital. The addition of Knopka girl challenges us to ask ‘Why?’. She cuts through complexity and encourages customers to challenge the status quo – her thoughts echo the restless quest of the entrepreneur.

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After 10 years of overseeing the development of the brand Mercy (from fanzine to events team to design studio and arts / literature collective), Well Made reached a natural crossroads in 2012. The operation now fell into two very distinct strands that were both successful and forging a path in their own fields: the design studio was on a sound footing, and the arts organisation was boldly exploring new avenues under the direction of Nathan Jones. Well Made set about a 9-month period of self-assessment and review, which culminated in the decision to break the design studio off under a new guise and with a narrower focus. Well Made was born.

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