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Studio Spotlight: Dowling Duncan

by First name Last name on 08/16/2010 | 3 Minute Read

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Four beautiful projects from San Francisco and Newark, UK based Dowling Duncan. Which one is your favorite? See them all below.

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Future Designs

"Future Designs provide both standard and bespoke lighting systems and excel in delivering innovative and appropriate lighting solutions for any environment, from concept to manufacture. The Future Designs identity reflects the nature of their work, with a distinctive, modern logotype with cast shadows suggesting the forms of the word 'Future'. The identity has been applied across packaging, corporate stationery, direct mail, signage and promotional literature."

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John Lewis Bathroom Fittings:

"Commissioned to provide packaging solutions for a range of bathroom fittings, we chose to highlight each range by using a different colour scheme. Each range is further supported by large detailed photographs of the products. By utilising the way the boxes are produced and manufactured, we devised a solution that enabled each range to be easily identified on the shelf. The colour creeps round onto the front of the box (which is always white) allowing it to become a visual indicator which separates one range from the another."

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"Piperlime is an online shoe retailer from Gap. The identity has been applied to boxes and shopping bags, the repeat pattern is used to line the interior of boxes and bags, adding that little element of surprise and sophistication."

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Rebecca Beeson

"Rebecca Beeson is a San Francisco based fashion designer. We created a new identity for her, combining the letters 'r' and 'b' to form an elegant logo. This was then applied to stationery, signage and created into a repeat pattern to be used to wrap garments and boxes."

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