Our latest poster design for the final show of 2014, Bug 45, at the BFI London. Award-winning comedian Alex Horne returns to fill the final guest host slot of this year at BFI Southbank following a triumphant performance at our London Film Festival special in October.
Ending the year with 2 shows on December 4th – at 6.30 and 8.45pm – when Alex will guide you through the latest selection of music video delights and lead you off on some hilarious comedy detours in between.
Find out more at www.bugvideos.co.uk
We’ve been working on the strategy and branding for the launch of Cura TV. The Cura platform transforms mobile commerce through the power of video. Cura TV is a video-based mobile marketplace that provides a tailored and immersive shopping experience, on-demand. The platform allows vendors to easily shoot videos, tell engaging stories about their products and sell directly to consumers, all from directly within the app, including simple and secure payment and nationwide delivery. Cura TV is built on the world’s fastest transactional video platform.
We’ve worked with the team to craft a brand platform and robust design strategy and then turn that thinking into practice. The Beta version is now online and the app will follow shortly. It’s a brilliant concept and we’ve really enjoyed working with the team to bring this to life.
Website design phase 1:
Further branding examples:
Find out more at: www.oncura.tv
Look book brochure designed to promote the launch of a new Diageo campaign. We coupled some really strong handrawn typography with simple solid backgrounds to let the beautiful drinks shots jump off the page. Additional brand copy and key serve recipes are typeset cleanly to juxtapose the more illustrative titles. Strong compositions and image cropping are used that play to the drinks unique characteristics.
Agency: RPM, Photography: Rob Lawson
The third book design in the series looking at After Work drinking occasions. Large scale typography coupled with bold, full-page photography.
Our latest bit of contract publishing is a one hundred page, large format, book design job for Diageo. Raising the Bar uses bold typography coupled with punchy images to bring to life some heavyweight strategy.