On Design 19: How do you brand a political party?
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1 December 2016
Trying to articulate a political vision through visual branding is fiendishly difficult. Luckily for those design-challenged prospective parliamentarians out there, Monocle’s Andrew Mueller has a few sage words on the matter.
1 December 2016
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