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"We value the experimentation, the reformation of the message, and the smart incentives.

We believe in the atypical, and in the principle that says that form follows function.

We celebrate clear messages and intelligent contents.

We are an Independent Design Studio.” — Manifiesto Futura

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BRUTO

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"Wallpaper* magazine invited us to collaborate in a project that would be exposed during design week in Milan. The task was to create 5 food items that were focused around one particular ingredient, also the branding and packaging.

We worked with Alfredo Villanueva, choosing “chili” as our main ingredient, so we could stand out our culture bringing the name of “Mexico” to an international exhibition not only by design but also by it’s gastronomy.

In a world where everything screams, everything is flashy, BRUTO remains an outsider, confirming that what is well made can get along with simplicity. What is startling is not necessarily noisy.”

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MUTUO

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"Mutuo, two architects proposing solutions that represent an ode to the experimentation. Taking advantage of their different roots, they create new experiences through chaos.

This project allowed us to came out with a particular solution: An identity with no logo, that relies in other resources to accomplish the characteristics of recognition and constancy that branding requires.”

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PERRO MALO

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"Inspired in Cerberus and Justice for All. A young, fierce and robust mezcal.

A mezcal that destroys.”

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visit Manifesto Futura’s site for more on these projects as well as others

Manifesto Futura | graphic design

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Two Arms Inc. is a ( soon to be husband and wife team ) founded by Mike Tabie and Karen Goheen in 2009. We met 6 years ago in Orlando, FL while working with a local design agency and screen-printing together on nights and weekends. We independently moved to New York but continued to work separately within large and small design agencies. After a year we decided to take the plunge and partner together and start a business with our own vision in mind. There is nothing more satisfying then working with someone you love and trust. We love collaborating and getting our hands dirty. We are specialists of the handmade. We believe in craftsmanship, an attention to detail, and that sweet spot between concept and execution. We started this business because we care about what we do, and we want to work with clients who are passionate about their vision.” — Two Arms Inc.

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HERB LESTERLUGGAGE TAG SET

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"When we aren’t working, we are traveling! Well …traveling to the bodega, traveling to find the best NY Slice, or traveling to the nearest bar… Even if we don’t venture far from our humble Brooklyn neighborhood, we don’t leave without a custom set of four double-sided tags: Air, Rail, Land, Sea. This product was a fun collaboration with our favorite team across the pond, Herb Lester Associates. These tag’s are printed on almost indestructible Tyvek®, a 1950s miracle product that looks like paper but resists tears and water."

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BELL & OAK | FINE LEATHER GOODS PACKAGING

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"At the corner of Bell and Oak street in Denton Texas is Weldon’s Saddle shop, where Clint Wilkson’s grandfather has hand crafted leather since 1957. Bell & Oak leather goods is dedicated to his grandfather’s craft of building saddles. All of the products are made using the same processes and tools that have been in his family for decades. We absolutely loved Clint’s work, and were thrilled to work with him to create his packaging. The Bell and Oak logo was created by one of our favorite designers Curtis Jinkins of Neighborhood Studios."

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BAILEY HUNTER ROBINSON | EXPERT AMERICANA TATTOOING

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"We design a custom letterpressed business card set for Bailey H. Robinson, one of our favorite tattoo artists working in Brooklyn, NY. Bailey has a very distinct take on American traditional tattooing. We really wanted to design something the looked and felt like traditional turn of the century type."

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MOMA DESIGN STORE | DESTINATION NYC

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“‘Representing all 5 boroughs, this collection is 100% designed in New York City and made in the USA. Featuring new faces and established designers, a dynamic collection from the city that never sleeps.’ We couldn’t be more proud to be a part of the MOMA Design Store’s collection of New York designers. We created a some exclusive hand printed merchandise including greeting cards, test print journals, apparel and even a limited run of full sized test print press sheets.”

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visit the Two Arms Inc. site and follow them on tumblr for more… 

also, check out Two Arms Inc.’s previously featured screen printed posters

Two Arms Inc. | print

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Jonathan Quintin | graphic design

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"Reynolds and Reyner our philosophy is rooted in the true power of design. We believe it is less about making high quality brand experiences and more about the process at which we engage in, to create a real relationship between our brands and their consumers." — Reynolds and Reyner

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Waldo Trommler Paints
The brightest brand of paints

Objective
In 2011 Reynolds and Reyner finished two huge projects redesigning international brands of paints. After that they were asked to develop a new visual identity for a small Finnish company which was planning to enter the U.S. market. Without the past, unlike the majority of existing brands in the segment, but believing in the future, the key to access the market was a package design. “We don’t just need - we must! stand out” - this phrase has become the basis at work on a new brand identity.

Process
How to create a brand that stands out? We need to find the design solution that hasn’t been used by any of the competitors. At the same time showing the main features of the company - friendliness, quality and innovation. WTP is not just a manufacturer of paints - it’s an assistant, always ready to help, suggest and defend from the hassles and problems. Repairs with WTP is simple, convenient and fast and this is what in it’s simple design.

Results
No doubt, WTP is the most friendly and remarkable brand of paints on the shelf now. WTP has no corporate colors - it have the corporate identity, common for each design element - from business cards to packaging. Every item is bright and memorable combination of colors and objects that all together form whole the entire brand. The next step is to prove that the product is as high quality as its outer shell. But this is another story.

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visit the Reynolds and Reyner website to see more of their projects…

Reynolds and Reyner | graphic design

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"I am a self starter with 12+ years of experience designing in the clothing industry. I enjoy the struggle to find great ideas not only worth fighting for but worthy of the viewers attention in order to make that connection on a personal level.” — Aaron von Freter

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Diamondback Playing Cards

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Widow Maker Motorcycles

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California Surf

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t-shirt printing

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"T-Shirt printing using traditional rubber stamps is a process that I innovated a few years ago for my current employer. The concept was a huge success and is used for large events. It’s amazing to see the variation you get from print to print."

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Rubber Stamp

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"I’m developing some new vintage style swing tags and I wanted to capture that human quality and all of those tiny imperfections that you get when you work by hand."

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Visit Aaron von Freter’s site for more…

Aaron von Freter | print

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  • 10.28.2013
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