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Student: Stash

by Elizabeth Freeman on 04/24/2015 | 3 Minute Read

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Well, what do we have here? A very modern take on the classic barber pole stripes, being used for the premium razor supply brand Stash. Yes, Stash – as in “mustache.” Cleverly named and also designed by Eric Nishioka, I am loving this style!“Inspired by the colors and dizzy patterns of the barber's pole, the brand harkens back to a time when a man could take pride in the superior quality and refinement of their appearance.”

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It’s a traditional Americana palette reinvented with a geometric patterning that screams 2015. The red, white and blue color palette is bright and saturated, it’s an attention getter for sure. I especially like the flag iconography that represents and identifies the different products. It’s a fun detail that can easily be incorporated into another pattern way as the product line grows. A sharp design solution for a sharp product – Stash razor blades and grooming products for men who want to look damn good.

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Designed by Eric Nishioka

Country: United States

City: Los Angeles


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