The Edit: five new projects including Birmingham Design Festival 2019 by Two of Us
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Birmingham-based studio Two of Us worked with Common Curiosity and Luke Tonge to create the identity for the 2019 edition of the Birmingham Design Festival. The festival is a celebration of the local, national and international design industry held in Birmingham every June.
Glasgow International is Scotland’s largest festival for contemporary art, taking place over three weeks every two years across the city of Glasgow. The festival’s identity is the result of a collaboration between local agency Cause & Effect and Manchester-based designer Gabriella Marcella.
Sthuthi Ramesh, a London-based designer with experience working at the likes of Made Thought and Pentagram, was commissioned by Jhaveri Contemporary, an art gallery in Mumbai, to design their 2019 Frieze Art Fair catalogue for artist Monika Correa. Monika belongs to a small group of Indian textile artists who have elevated weaving to fine art.
Melbourne-based design consultancy basebranding worked with Sgourakis Architects over a ten-month period to refresh their identity and tone of voice. Sgourakis Architects has a rich forty-year history in design and architecture with the team releasing hundreds of projects, from single and multi-residential buildings to churches, commercial and mixed-use developments.
Stuttgart-based designer Ina Bauer designed the identity for the 250th-anniversary celebration of German poet Friedrich Hölderlin. Various institutions are showcasing his work through exhibitions, theatre productions, readings, films, academic conferences, and more.