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Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona-based studio @clasebcn created the identity for VOL, a concert venue in the heart of the city’s Poblenou district. The powerful logo lays over the top of the other visual components like a sticker; and due to its simplicity, allows the other elements on the page to shine. The use of single-weight typography and a strict grid system allows content, such as concert listings, to be delivered in an accessible and rational way. — See more at the-brandidentity.com

Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona-based studio @clasebcn created the identity for VOL, a concert venue in the heart of the city’s Poblenou district. The powerful logo lays over the top of the other visual components like a sticker; and due to its simplicity, allows the other elements on the page to shine. The use of single-weight typography and a strict grid system allows content, such as concert listings, to be delivered in an accessible and rational way. — See more at the-brandidentity.com

Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona-based studio @clasebcn created the identity for VOL, a concert venue in the heart of the city’s Poblenou district. The powerful logo lays over the top of the other visual components like a sticker; and due to its simplicity, allows the other elements on the page to shine. The use of single-weight typography and a strict grid system allows content, such as concert listings, to be delivered in an accessible and rational way. — See more at the-brandidentity.com

London, UK

Furniture designer @plaey_workshop has teamed up with English synth-pop band Hot Chip to create a limited edition record dolly in celebration of their 7th LP, ‘A Bath Full of Ecstasy’. Housing up to 40 records, the dolly was inspired by the iconic design of the Isokon Penguin Donkey and incorporates Plaey’s sense of purpose, play and personality. It features the same splashes of colour found on the LP’s artwork that was designed by @frasermuggeridgestudio in collaboration with artist @jeremydeller. The dolly is on show at the Design Junction in London from 19-22 September and is available for preorder on Plaey’s website before being produced in November. — See more at the-brandidentity.com

London, UK

Furniture designer @plaey_workshop has teamed up with English synth-pop band Hot Chip to create a limited edition record dolly in celebration of their 7th LP, ‘A Bath Full of Ecstasy’. Housing up to 40 records, the dolly was inspired by the iconic design of the Isokon Penguin Donkey and incorporates Plaey’s sense of purpose, play and personality. It features the same splashes of colour found on the LP’s artwork that was designed by @frasermuggeridgestudio in collaboration with artist @jeremydeller. The dolly is on show at the Design Junction in London from 19-22 September and is available for preorder on Plaey’s website before being produced in November. — See more at the-brandidentity.com

London, UK

Furniture designer @plaey_workshop has teamed up with English synth-pop band Hot Chip to create a limited edition record dolly in celebration of their 7th LP, ‘A Bath Full of Ecstasy’. Housing up to 40 records, the dolly was inspired by the iconic design of the Isokon Penguin Donkey and incorporates Plaey’s sense of purpose, play and personality. It features the same splashes of colour found on the LP’s artwork that was designed by @frasermuggeridgestudio in collaboration with artist @jeremydeller. The dolly is on show at the Design Junction in London from 19-22 September and is available for preorder on Plaey’s website before being produced in November. — See more at the-brandidentity.com

New Zealand

Zoom Pro is a brutal yet friendly sans serif display typeface designed by Florian Paizs for @tdfoundry, available in 36 styles that include Compact, Narrow, Extended, Brutal and more. Despite the wide range of weights and styles, the typeface retains subtle yet distinguished calligraphic characteristics across the board, forming a bold personality which is most evident in large sizes. Zoom Pro has many glyphs and OpenType features making it highly adaptable with never-ending possibilities. — See more at the-brandidentity.com —

New Zealand

Zoom Pro is a brutal yet friendly sans serif display typeface designed by Florian Paizs for @tdfoundry, available in 36 styles that include Compact, Narrow, Extended, Brutal and more. Despite the wide range of weights and styles, the typeface retains subtle yet distinguished calligraphic characteristics across the board, forming a bold personality which is most evident in large sizes. Zoom Pro has many glyphs and OpenType features making it highly adaptable with never-ending possibilities. — See more at the-brandidentity.com —

New Zealand

Zoom Pro is a brutal yet friendly sans serif display typeface designed by Florian Paizs for @tdfoundry, available in 36 styles that include Compact, Narrow, Extended, Brutal and more. Despite the wide range of weights and styles, the typeface retains subtle yet distinguished calligraphic characteristics across the board, forming a bold personality which is most evident in large sizes. Zoom Pro has many glyphs and OpenType features making it highly adaptable with never-ending possibilities. — See more at the-brandidentity.com —

Antwerp, Belgium

@vrintskolsteren designed the identity for Everyday Gallery, a space for visual and applied art in Antwerp, Belgium, focusing on the themes of free-thinking and action. The use of both traditional serif typography and futuristic letterforms is an expression of Boris’s desire to clash the established values of the art world together with an attempt at being the most contemporary gallery in the world. —

Antwerp, Belgium

@vrintskolsteren designed the identity for Everyday Gallery, a space for visual and applied art in Antwerp, Belgium, focusing on the themes of free-thinking and action. The use of both traditional serif typography and futuristic letterforms is an expression of Boris’s desire to clash the established values of the art world together with an attempt at being the most contemporary gallery in the world. —

Antwerp, Belgium

@vrintskolsteren designed the identity for Everyday Gallery, a space for visual and applied art in Antwerp, Belgium, focusing on the themes of free-thinking and action. The use of both traditional serif typography and futuristic letterforms is an expression of Boris’s desire to clash the established values of the art world together with an attempt at being the most contemporary gallery in the world. —

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