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Student Work – Thorbjørn Gudnason

Updated on May 24th, 2012  |  
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Student Work - Thorbjørn Gudnason

Designed by Thorbjørn Gudnason | Country: Denmark

“Motozone is a fictitious company that is specializes in high-end auto parts. A company which strays away from discount products and appeals to serious car enthusiasts. The Motozone logo works a bit differently as the word after “Moto” changes depending on the product. Motopart – Is the private label of Motozone – a wide range of quality products, made to ensure the customers long lasting use. This showcased material is the wrench tool line, which changes size depending on the size of the wrench.”

Student Work - Thorbjørn Gudnason

Student Work - Thorbjørn Gudnason

Student Work - Thorbjørn Gudnason

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Student Work - Thorbjørn Gudnason

Designed by Thorbjørn Gudnason | Country: Denmark

“Motozone is a fictitious company that is specializes in high-end auto parts. A company which strays away from discount products and appeals to serious car enthusiasts. The Motozone logo works a bit differently as the word after “Moto” changes depending on the product. Motopart – Is the private label of Motozone – a wide range of quality products, made to ensure the customers long lasting use. This showcased material is the wrench tool line, which changes size depending on the size of the wrench.”

Student Work - Thorbjørn Gudnason

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