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Rhone is a highly respected international wealth management company, based in Geneva, offering financial advice and expertise to their clients.

Forth undertook an extensive brand review for the company, creating an asset brochure, document folder and full stationery suite, as well additional elements ranging from Christmas cards to bespoke packaging. Executed in rich purple, gold and cream, the brand collateral conveys the exclusivity and wealth of services that Rhone offers.

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Daniel Ehrenworth is a Toronto-based commercial photographer with a vibrant and colourful style and a personality to match. He came to Underline wanting a bold identity reminiscent of 1970s film titles and The Muppet Show. Underline reworked these influences to create a contemporary identity and colour palette that parallel Dan’s style of photography and playful, exuberant personality. The high gloss finish and spot matte varnish on the accompanying promo work with irreverent copywriting to invite potential clients to join in on the fun.

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Rebrand of adhesive tape manufacturer Sellotape.

Sellotape is a brand name with such popularity that it is used in common speech. The rebrand utilises this, along with Sellotape’s main use to join things together, with the branding needing to be physically rolled for the logo to connect. The material used is identical to that used in Sellotape’s inner ring. Designed by Rajan Solanki.

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VOLTA entered 2015 with a brand new signature: BRAND SHAPERS. As a creative team, VOLTA understand brands as something organic, subject to different inputs and perspectives, that can grow, change direction, have a personality and rule itself by set values. VOLTA‘s work is then focused on helping build and shape these organic, ever-changing systems, we call brands.VOLTA’s business cards are a representation of our positioning, brand shaping: relating to our name (VOLTA=Turn), they have different colours and different positions, showing that nothing, specially a brand, has only one perspective or viewpoint.

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Making Horror is a new film label that focuses on horror and thriller films, based in Hong Kong. The brand tells a story portrayed through a forensic detective’s eyes, implicitly presenting elements of terror and mystery through the use of crime scene components.

The logo portrays the fine line between order and madness by creating a structured typeface that is then inconsistently distorted. The distortions create logo variations that are then used throughout the brand’s print and video media. Incorporating the characteristic elements of horror and thriller firms the brand adopted a psychotic personality made present through the stationary by repeating lines and typos. Designed by Anagrama.

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This project is for Hyundai department store, one of the most widely known and established department stores in Korea. Studio fnt took charge of the entire brand identity on the basis of already developed logo and color palette designed by Base Design NY. In order to represent the core concept of this branding project, duality, Studio fnt designed a graphic motif of Dual H. Korean logotype was also developed, including basic operation of refined / segmented color system. Application of this graphic covers all the possible contacts customers are faced with at the department store; from signage, shopping bags, guideline for DM or other printed editorial design, guideline for gift packaging, drinks packaging, ribbon design, price and origin tags, to parking tickets.

The graphic motif of Dual H, where the two ‘H’s are organically weaved together, is visualized through a variety of media and on different levels. The weaved form of two letters can be interpreted in many ways, such as a link between department store and its customers, or between tradition and modernity. All in all, it is interesting to have it be interpreted as a positive symbol, like a ribbon in gift wrapping.

The department store itself is a strong brand, and a place to contain a number of different products and other brands. It was Studio fnt‘s main goal to develop a visual language that functions in two ways: identifier that implies The Hyundai’s orientation, and a container that effectively communicates and delivers information. Taking also into account the real-time operating characteristics of various design projects at the department store, Studio fnt tried to develop such system that would enable easy and flexible, yet consistent use across the brand.


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