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MICA Grad Show 2014    |    View on Behance

This year-long project pulled together content from the Maryland Institute College of Art’s sixteen graduate programs to promote and record graduating student work. They developed an identity system that looks great on its own but can also showcase bright artwork, then designed and developed a responsive website, mailers, poster, and forthcoming print catalog.

Design: Nour Tabet, Richard Blake, Emma S. Forbes, Yingxi Zhou

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14 Jul

Harley Jackman    |    http://harleyjackman.com

"As one of my university briefs, for the 2015 design I decided to reimagine the festival and create a clean, simple brand that is easily expandable across multiple formats and/or event collateral. The concept behind the brand mark was that each of the vertical or diagonal strokes represents element of the festival, whether that be dance, theater or visual art, etc. Only when brought together as a group, it forms the letter ‘M’; only when brought together, it becomes the MOFO festival."

Harley Jackman is a graphic designer from Melbourne, Australia. He is focused on graphic design, branding, typography and print design.

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14 Jul

Fork    |    http://madebyfork.ru

"Mary Wong is the chain of noodle bars from Rostov-on-Don. It’s the place where noodle is made with Asian accuracy and American spirit."

Fork is a group of young designers based in Moscow, Russia. They have their own view of things and they want to share it with everyone. Their goal is to make the world more meaningful and beautiful. They love (and are able) to work on corporate identity, packaging, websites, typography, interiors and installations. For any problem, they come from different perspectives and control the whole process, from sketches to construction.

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11 Jul

Château Bâtard    |    http://chateaubatard.com

"La Baraque à Films is a movie production based in Paris. The word "La Baraque" refers to the typical food truck in North of France. Based on this, we place and play with the codes used in the restoration. The entire graphic is adapted from notepad for taking orders or issue an invoice. So we worked around three colors used on these notepads with a little retro style."

Château Bâtard is a young graphic design studio based in Paris, France. Focused on graphic design, print design, branding and typography.

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1 Jul