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Mangoola Identity

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Aus­tralian design firm, End of Work, cre­ated this won­der­ful iden­tity for a coal mine called Man­goola. I never imag­ined that a coal mine could have such beau­ti­ful print mate­r­ial. They explain:

Man­goola is a coal mine sit­u­ated in Aus­tralia. “Man­goola” is thought to mean “black cock­a­too” in Abo­rig­i­nal lan­guage. The Cock­a­too is a native bird to Aus­tralia. Using the name’s mean­ing as inspi­ra­tion Syd­ney based stu­dio End of Work cre­ated beau­ti­ful print pieces to rep­re­sent the the feath­ers of a bird and the strata lay­ers of the earth. This was achieved through a large foil blocked pat­tern, and laser cut­ting paper. Launch invi­ta­tions, Com­mem­o­ra­tive books, brochures, cards and sta­tionery was pro­duced on black Not­turno paper stock.

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