Constructed from Gridnik – a product of early electric typewriters and based on ‘logic, rationality and a strict adherence to a grid with a humanist dimension’ – the logotype’s uppercase sans-serif letterforms, 45-degree corners, monoline weight, structure and geometry, as well as its compounded nature, all point towards a straightforward and confident technological efficiency and neatly reference the designers that make up the studio. The characters are well spaced, balanced by a central A and executed with a single black ink print treatment that provides a distinctive contrast to the more expressive and tactile sensibilities of the stationery.
Sebazzo is the London based interactive studio of digital design duo Sebastien Hefel and Michael Azzopardi. The studio creates applications, websites and generative installations for a variety of brands and specialises in ‘innovative e-learning environments’. Design agency Bunch recently created a visual identity and stationery solution for Sebazzo that conveys digital design as a craft and the duality of the partnership through name and type, colour, material choice and process.