Eindhoven-based graphic design and photography studio Raw Color has created a great multi-platform identity for interior textiles brand Febrik, using horizontal, laser-cut lines as a reference to archiving methods in textile sample books. They are utilised both for this purpose and as decorative details on business cards, stationary items and online.
Raw Color is run by Daniera ter Haar and Christoph Brach,who also art directed and photographed the brand imagery. The printed matter conveys a very fitting sense of texture and is packed with complimentary tones. It’s a quiet, clean backdrop for the range of knits and Pantone shades available from Febrik’s catalogue.
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