Last October we sang the praises of London/Zagreb-based studio Bunch, and by jove they’ve proved their graphic design talents yet again. They were commissioned to produce a brand identity for Cervoski, a Croatian print production studio which articulates its core skills as “nebulous finishing, microscopic editions, absurd materials and crazy deadlines.”
Needing the visual vernacular to work across everything from stationery to iPad apps, mugs to T-Shirts, Bunch set about developing an identity which could be both coherent and flexible. “The utility of the logotype and typeface provide a cohesive foundation for a wealth of material choices and print finishes,” they say. “These include metallic and white inks, dyed and unbleached boards and papers, die cuts, debossed clear foils, open stitching and over-print details.”
We think you’ll agree they’ve succeeded in some style too. Thanks a Bunch.
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