New identity for Decca Bursaries. Decca Bursaries aims to inspire and encourage a new generation of classical musicians and composers, regardless of their financial background. It hopes to help provide an equal footing into musical education, in order for the proven benefits of learning an instrument to be experienced by as many as possible.
Decca Luxe Branding
New identity and marketing collateral for Universal Music’s new venture. Decca Luxe,
is the Private Client division
Music Group, offering unparalleled access to artists and musicians. It has been crafted with a luxurious and confident feel.
New Decca Luxe logotype:
Brochure collateral – The slipcase features embossed gold foil, with die cut detail allowing the blind embossed cover to show through. The final brochure is A4, with pages decreasing in scale to let the copy detail sit against the brand patterns.
Brand patterns inspired by cues from Decca’s rich heritage:
For more information on Decca Luxe, sign up here.
Illustration: Eri Griffin
Bittenclub – Streetfood identity
New identity for the Vietnamese inspired streetfood offering from Bittenclub. The beautiful baguettes will be arriving in Flat Iron Square, Southwark in the coming weeks…
Flexible logo and identity system:
Pattern construction – the accents from Bánh Mì are used to create geometric brand patterns:
The van with new vinyls, more images to follow in the next few weeks:
New Diner Menu
New menu designs for the London Diner chain:
Mini copy details:
Made in the USA book design
Our latest book design project for Kyle Books has hit the shelves. Made in the USA by Florence Cornish, is a culinary guide to, and celebration of, all things great and glorious about American food – 100 recipes showcasing the melting-pot of American cuisine.
With our fascination for all things Americana, this was a lovely job to pitch for and has been a labour of love, from the custom lettering and typography, to the quirky illustrations throughout.
PUBLISHED 08 SEP 2016
Author: Florence Cornish
@floeatsfood (Instagram) @FlorenceCornish (Twitter)
Photography: Tara Fisher