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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Opening its doors in 2006, Albam has evolved from a humble upstart to one of the best respected contemporary British brands. Albam’s modern crafted clothing brought a fresh yet simplistic aesthetic to the table. In recent years, this aesthetic has often been mimicked but rarely surpassed. It is apparent that, for Albam, quality product takes [...]