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Oblique for Paul Smith Brand Identity & Packaging by…


Oblique for Paul Smith Brand Identity & Packaging by Graphical House


Oblique for Paul Smith Brand Identity & Packaging by Graphical House


Oblique for Paul Smith Brand Identity & Packaging by Graphical House


Oblique for Paul Smith Brand Identity & Packaging by Graphical House


Oblique for Paul Smith Brand Identity & Packaging by Graphical House


Oblique for Paul Smith Brand Identity & Packaging by Graphical House

Oblique for Paul Smith Brand Identity & Packaging by Graphical House

“We worked alongside Derek Welsh Studio to produce, brand and package a limited-edition set of dominoes to be sold through Paul Smith flagship stores in London, Paris, New York and Tokyo. Handcrafted in walnut, and cut at oblique angles, each set of dominoes is finished in Paul Smith signature navy and pink. This project celebrates a passion for detail and finish that is shared by all three studios.”

Graphical House is a branding and design consultancy based in Glasgow and working internationally. They use design to tell stories in an engaging way, enabling clients to achieve their commercial goals. They take the time to get to the heart of any business, always communicating simply, directly and with purpose.

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Article originally appeared on The Design Blog: Link.

Branding for RŪH by Leta Sobierajski“RŪH Collective is a…

Branding for RŪH by Leta Sobierajski

“RŪH Collective is a London-based fashion brand founded by entrepreneurs and creatives from New York, London, and Istanbul. RŪH’s clothing is for women whose love of modesty is anything but quiet. Heavy in illustration and color, RŪH’s identity is defined by the geometric shapes which are built upon the same grid as the typographic identity. The geometry is reminiscent of old block art involving nature and sun, and finished off with a crisp copper foil.”

Leta Sobierajski is a multidisciplinary designer and art director based in New York City combining photography, art, and styling with more traditional design elements to create utterly unique visuals. Her work is incredibly diverse, ranging from conventional identities to brilliantly bizarre compositions. She studied graphic design at Purchase College and has been working independently since 2013. 

Article originally appeared on The Design Blog: Link.