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Dots and Lines

Contributed by Wojciech Staniewski on Oct 22nd, 2015. Artwork published in .
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    Source: http://www.studio2x2.pl STUDIO 2X2. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Our task was to design a visual identity for the text editor and proofreader Monika Buraczyńska, who is working under the name of Dots and Lines [Kropki – Kreski]. In designing stationery to accompany Monika’s professional activity, our main motivation was to create materials which are inexpensive to make and can be printed by Monika herself while preserving a high level of quality.

    We’ve solved this by departing from the idea of building a logo in favour of creating a formal language consisting of simple geometric shapes. We’ve decided to start with a symbolic text column and embellish it with the required information. As a result, we have achieved visual identity with a strong and unified character on all of the materials.

    Our work included the design of the visual identity — marketing collateral (corporate stationery, invoice template, business card) and a website.

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