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  • Leslie Tardif

    :: Logo Design, Stitch Design Co. Lauren Holmes, Two Blue Stripes ::

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    Graphic Design. Logo inspiration.

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    branding, branding identity, branding ideas, logo ideas, logo inspiration, branding inspiration, packaging, packaging design, beyond the wanderlust, inspirational photography blog

  • Laura D

    logo idea in blue and grey for Two Blue Stripes | Stitch Design Co. via Miss Design

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