We were excited to hear that two of our projects have been shortlisted for New York Festivals International Advertising awards. Our identity and retail branding work on Dress2Kill was shortlisted in the Design competition, as well as our 25th Anniversary book, 25 Stories. Results are out on 2nd May – fingers crossed!
In: Advertising, Awards, Brand communications, Brand Experience, Corporate Identity, Fashion, Graphic design, Marketing, News, Retail · Tags: 25 Stories, Books, Brand identity, Design Bridge 25th Anniversary, New York Festivals, Retail branding, Store branding, Tailoring
New website about the Beauty of Letterpress, great songs made into book covers, inspiring stop motion by Wriggles and Robins and much, much more on this week’s Friday Favourites.
In: Advertising, Art, Brand communications, Digital, Film & Animation, Fonts, Graphic design, Ooh that's nice · Tags: Book covers, Books, Friday, Letterpress, life drawing, Music, Music video, Sound, Stop motion, Websites
Hessian – a brand without a product, Vine does Valentine’s (or Valenvines), print your face in 3D chocolate, and more on Friday Favourites.
In: Brand communications, Brand Experience, Brand Strategy, Digital, Food and Drink, Graphic design, Innovation, Marketing, Ooh that's nice, Product design, Retail, Structural design, Uncategorized · Tags: Books, Brand identity, Chocolate, Copywriting, Friday Favourites, Sculpture, Tone of voice, ToV, Valentine's Day, Vine
We’ve had a great start to the year so far, winning Mobius awards for two projects – our 25th anniversary book and Plymouth Gin. Also, later this year Graham Shearsby and Asa Cook will appear on judging panels for both the Pentawards and the Design Week Awards.
In: Awards, Brand communications, Food and Drink, Graphic design, Ooh that's nice, What are we up to? · Tags: Books, Design Bridge 25th Anniversary, Mobius Awards, Packaging design, Plymouth gin
This is our final Friday Favourites of 2012 before we go off and eat, drink and be merry for a couple of weeks. So here’s a (sort of) Christmas themed Friday Favourites to finish off the year. Thanks to everyone for following, sharing and commenting on Friday Favourites throughout the year, and wishing you all the best for the festive season!
In: Art, Innovation, Ooh that's nice, Product design, Structural design · Tags: Books, Christmas, Environment, Friday Favourites, Illustration, Installation, lego, Music, Musical Instruments, Paper, Sculpture, Snow
This week we launched ’25 stories’ – our new book to celebrate our 25th anniversary, and transformed our reception displays to show an intriguing snapshot of some of the pages. If you’re passing by one of our offices, pop in to have a look.
In: Brand communications, Exhibitions, Graphic design, Ooh that's nice, What are we up to? · Tags: Books, Design Bridge 25th Anniversary, Reception displays
Punk goes Swiss Modernist, Louis Vuitton origami, Conran for Gordon’s Gin, a Tube Map radio and lots more on Friday Favourites.
In: Advertising, Art, Asia, Brand communications, Fashion, Fonts, Food and Drink, Graphic design, Product design, Structural design · Tags: Books, Electronics, Friday Favourites, Gin, Illustration, Limited Edition, London Underground, Louis Vuitton, Origami, Packaging, Posters, Swiss Modernist, Typography, Watches
Laser cut seaweed, illustrated beaches, concrete business cards and beautiful box sets, all on our Friday Favourites.
In: Art, Brand communications, Food and Drink, Product design, Structural design · Tags: Books, Business cards, Friday Favourites, Haruki Murakami, Illustration, Installation, Sushi
Book igloos, human sounding electric scooters, rubbish rainbows and lickable lifts, all in our Friday Favourites.
In: Advertising, Art, Brand Experience, Food and Drink, Structural design, Sustainability · Tags: Books, Diem Chau, Dominos Pizza, Environment, Friday Favourites, Sculpture
Recently a group of us went down to London’s Wellcome Collection to listen to Dr. Martin Kemp talk about his latest research, published in his book Christ to Coke: How Image Becomes Icon. The topic covered different types of imagery: symbols, photos, paintings, flags, nature, science, and objects of design and how, for example, the Mona Lisa or the Coke bottle can reach a global level of recognition that sets them in a league completely of their own.