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Denis Mallet — London, UK

“Patterns are graphically really interesting because they can fill the space of any printed documents, interior walls or website and application backgrounds. They are really pleasant to use because they can be achieved by using a multitude of different finishes.”

DMWorkroom stands for Denis Mallet’s Workroom – a London-based design studio with a contemporary and multi-disciplinary vision. Believing that graphic design is a dialogue between client, designer and viewer, it is interested in brands that share this approach.

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