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Graphic identity, brochure, website, invites and hoarding articulate the physical and aspirational qualities of the mixed-use development, 62 Buckingham Gate, in Victoria. Mirrored stock with printed gradients, revealing and contrasting paper folds, and large-scale relief hoardings that tilt and undulate, jutting proud of the flat boards that usually encircle developments under construction: this is marketing that reflects the new Victoria.

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Graphic identity, brochure, website, invites and hoarding articulate the physical and aspirational qualities of the mixed-use development, 62 Buckingham Gate, in Victoria. Mirrored stock with printed gradients, revealing and contrasting paper folds, and large-scale relief hoardings that tilt and undulate, jutting proud of the flat boards that usually encircle developments under construction: this is marketing that reflects the new Victoria.

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Graphic identity, brochure, website, invites and hoarding articulate the physical and aspirational qualities of the mixed-use development, 62 Buckingham Gate, in Victoria. Mirrored stock with printed gradients, revealing and contrasting paper folds, and large-scale relief hoardings that tilt and undulate, jutting proud of the flat boards that usually encircle developments under construction: this is marketing that reflects the new Victoria.

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Graphic identity, brochure, website, invites and hoarding articulate the physical and aspirational qualities of the mixed-use development, 62 Buckingham Gate, in Victoria. Mirrored stock with printed gradients, revealing and contrasting paper folds, and large-scale relief hoardings that tilt and undulate, jutting proud of the flat boards that usually encircle developments under construction: this is marketing that reflects the new Victoria.

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Graphic identity, brochure, website, invites and hoarding articulate the physical and aspirational qualities of the mixed-use development, 62 Buckingham Gate, in Victoria. Mirrored stock with printed gradients, revealing and contrasting paper folds, and large-scale relief hoardings that tilt and undulate, jutting proud of the flat boards that usually encircle developments under construction: this is marketing that reflects the new Victoria.

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Graphic identity, brochure, website, invites and hoarding articulate the physical and aspirational qualities of the mixed-use development, 62 Buckingham Gate, in Victoria. Mirrored stock with printed gradients, revealing and contrasting paper folds, and large-scale relief hoardings that tilt and undulate, jutting proud of the flat boards that usually encircle developments under construction: this is marketing that reflects the new Victoria.

Graphic identity, brochure, website, invites and hoarding articulate the physical and aspirational qualities of the mixed-use development, 62 Buckingham Gate, in Victoria. Mirrored stock with printed gradients, revealing and contrasting paper folds, and large-scale relief hoardings that tilt and undulate, jutting proud of the flat boards that usually encircle developments under construction: this is marketing that reflects the new Victoria.

Graphic identity, brochure, website, invites and hoarding articulate the physical and aspirational qualities of the mixed-use development, 62 Buckingham Gate, in Victoria. Mirrored stock with printed gradients, revealing and contrasting paper folds, and large-scale relief hoardings that tilt and undulate, jutting proud of the flat boards that usually encircle developments under construction: this is marketing that reflects the new Victoria.

Graphic identity, brochure, website, invites and hoarding articulate the physical and aspirational qualities of the mixed-use development, 62 Buckingham Gate, in Victoria. Mirrored stock with printed gradients, revealing and contrasting paper folds, and large-scale relief hoardings that tilt and undulate, jutting proud of the flat boards that usually encircle developments under construction: this is marketing that reflects the new Victoria.

Graphic identity, brochure, website, invites and hoarding articulate the physical and aspirational qualities of the mixed-use development, 62 Buckingham Gate, in Victoria. Mirrored stock with printed gradients, revealing and contrasting paper folds, and large-scale relief hoardings that tilt and undulate, jutting proud of the flat boards that usually encircle developments under construction: this is marketing that reflects the new Victoria.