Bureau Mirko Borsche have designed a World Cup scarf in collaboration with studio Naranjo-Etxeberria. Physically split half in half, it’s designed by the two studios, representing themselves as if they were football teams.
Both studios are known for working with large brands and developing their graphic design languages. In the past year alone Naranjo-Etxeberria have worked with Kenzo, Loewe and magazine, NEO2, while Bureau Mirko Borsche recently redesigned Balenciaga’s identity and worked on a redesign for Rimowa.
The scarf sees two design studios from two European cities, Munich and Madrid, come together as well as representing both studios too. It’s only a shame that the studio’s respective countries of Spain and Germany have been knocked out of the World Cup!
To accompany the scarf’s promotion, Naranjo-Exteberria has also directed a shoot with photographers Javier Cortés and Lara Tascón, shot in “Madrid’s suburbs with a group of friends who used to play football together in the street since they were children,” says the studio.
The N-E x Bureau Mirko Borsche scarf is only available in a very limited run of 50 and more information can be found here.
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