Bridging Avant-Garde and Technology
Visual Identity for M-IDEA FOREVER for Mark Fairwhale
Our task was to create a visual identity for the Chinese high-end men’s fashion brand, “M-IDEA FOREVER” for Mark Fairwhale, based on a strong concept, which expresses the brand’s two fundamental characteristics: Avant-Garde and Technology.
The Carbon Concept contains and supports the brand values and can, on several different levels of abstraction, be used as the DNA and source of inspiration for the creation and evolution of the whole identity. Apart from the fact that Carbon forms the basis of all known life on Earth, it is exceptional because of its diversity. Under different influences from its surroundings, Carbon can take various physical forms, each of which possesses unique and diverse properties, although they are identical in their chemical composition.
Considering the raw graphite and polished diamond, it is fascinating to imagine that they are both composed of the element Carbon. Just like Carbon, the brand, M-IDEA FOREVER brand is characterised by its diversity. The new brand is based on a unique style composition, which mixes poetic Avant-Garde and functional Technology. Although very different, and sometimes even opposite, the two elements of M-IDEA FOREVER are tied together by the desire to constantly experiment, play together, and strengthen each other. The black and soft Avant-Garde is expressed through the raw graphite. The bright and hard Technology grows out of the polished diamond. The Carbon Concept unites them.
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