Recent visual communications graduate Arthur Foliard (opens in new tab) designed Left, a concept store aimed at left-handed people, as part of his final-year project. The challenge? To "communicate with 10 per cent of the population, but awaken the interest of the other 90 per cent," he explains.
Featuring a clean, clashing aesthetic, Foliard's identity cheerfully explores different cultural interests - art, music, theatre, literature and so on - to create an experience that will change visitors' perceptions of being left-handed.
"I was inspired by Wolff Olins' (RED (opens in new tab)) project," he says. "They used the right communication in the right place at the right moment."