FELD's Changing Hexagonal Identity for PIGMENTPOL

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FELD's Changing Hexagonal Identity for PIGMENTPOL

Berlin-based FELD, a "studio for digital crafts," in collaboration with ATMO Design Studio, built and designed a custom software application for PIGMENTPOL, a digital printing company. In conjunction with a new identity, the software is used to create an infinite number of visual alternatives based on the hexagon form.

The result is an entirely flexible identity that showcases the print shop's ability to produce short run, vibrant and custom work. And though the appearance of the identity changes, it always remains cohesive through form. The designs span a variety of PIGMENTPOL's corporate media, including stationery, vehicle wraps, shop interiors and other collateral.

Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity
Design, pigmentpol, identity

Part of FELD's manifesto not only fits perfectly with this project, but it also contains some wise words to consider and seems pertinent to share: "FELD balances what computers and what people are good at: Leveraging the relentless, precise and high-speed computational processes or custom machines to unfold their works, but having the designers always at the helm result in thought provoking, aesthetic and elegant works."

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Jessica Patterson

Jessica Patterson

Hi, I'm Jessica. I'm a Designer and Writer at Drawbackwards and write for the Design Blog at Design.org. I enjoy vintage things, letterpress, publication design, and long walks around the Cesar Chavez Park pond. You can follow me on twitter at @jessdoodled for lots of fun randomness.

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