Fresh from the field

Fresh from the Field — Industrie rebrand

This week’s Fresh from the Field showcases the Industrie rebrand (an Australian menswear company) by Wellington/Sydney based company Faber & Lo. Thanks to Creative Director, Alice Lo, for submitting the following:

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This week’s Fresh from the Field celebrates the release of Threaded Apparel. Thanks to Designer/Typographer, Nick Baillie for submitting the following:

Fresh from the Field explores work from New Zealand designers and creatives working both on and offshore.

If you would like your studio’s work to be featured please email [email protected] with your images @ 770 pixels wide, a little about your studio, the project name, client brief, and the studio response. New work is shown on a regular basis.

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