Designer Ewan Yap has taken to examining the culture of branding and, in turn, produced some really nice product reinterpretations in the process. By cropping each brand’s logo, while maintaining core components which lend to its easily recognisable design aesthetic, Yap has attempted to exhibit that often a company’s strength lies in its branding. Ultimately, this isn’t a new idea but it has produced some cool looking designs as a result.
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Words: Robert Boswell Illustrations: Rebel-Yuth I recently had the pleasure of talking with Jerry Cohen, owner and founder of Ebbets Field Flannels, on his latest trip to London. We discussed a great deal of things including Jackie Robinson and the integration of Major League Baseball, wool as a performance fabric, meeting Odd Future and the renaissance [...]