Graphic Design: Kigi combine design and illustration to create great identities

Date
19 June 2014
Reading Time
1 minute read

Kigi are a graphic design company based in Tokyo, Japan, who combine two of our absolute favourite things: design and illustration. Their identities for bottled products are sparse, playful and eye-catching, so that they become the things that you find really hard to throw out of your bathroom cabinet when all of the product’s gone. Some of the designs for the little jars and vials make them look like they belong on an alchemist’s shelf, and we particularly like Kigi’s logo for a line of natural face products that’s been inspired by the Rubin vase. Kigi have also designed the fabric prints for Liberty, and they started off by making big pointillist posters out of monochrome stickers, but what we like most about them is their incredibly tactile and imaginative approach to design.

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Kigi: Reilu

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Kigi: Reilu

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Kigi: Treehouse

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Kigi: Treehouse

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Kigi: Treehouse

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