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Initial belt buckle concept visual. Reusing Detroit steel, the concept is to use old American muscle car hoods and other body panels to make belt buckles.
Reusing Detroit steel, the concept is to use old American muscle car hoods and other body panels to make belt buckles. Here is a sketch explaining to the fabricator possible construction techniques.
Reusing Detroit steel, the concept is to use old American muscle car hoods and other body panels to make belt buckles. The making of. Here Eric Froh crafts the buckle.
Reusing Detroit steel, the concept is to use old American muscle car hoods and other body panels to make belt buckles.
Reusing Detroit steel, the concept is to use old American muscle car hoods and other body panels to make belt buckles. The hood came from a red '71 Dodge Charger.
Sketch showing an initial graphic idea tying the Red Hand logo in with a race car.
Sketch showing a graphic idea of tying the Red Hand logo in with a race car.
Illustration for a t-shirt of tying the Red Hand logo in with a race car.
Here we can see the logo and racecar t-shirt illustration along with the belt buckle made from an original red 1971 Dodge Charger. Model: Brent Forest. Photographer: Jon Adams. Styling: Middlecott Design
Some print material for Red Hand.
Red Hand, a new mens accessories brand. Born in DC, designed in Detroit (by Middlecott) and made in America. Graphic design by Middlecott.
Red Hand Photoshoot. Models: Brent Forest and Nicollett Warczak. Photographer: Jon Adams. Styling: Middlecott Design
Graphic design of shirts and ID of the belt buckle by Middlecott Design. Red Hand Photoshoot. Models: Brent Forest and Nicollett Warczak. Photographer: Jon Adams. Styling: Middlecott Design
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Red Hand, ID, branding and graphic design

Complete design of this new mens accessories brand, Red Hand, including the whole branding and graphic concept along with the product design. Its live on Kickstarter so please help support in the link below.

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Brook Banham
Day tripper, night dreamer Detroit, MI