All posts tagged: london

Mowgli reimagined


How do you take Rudyard Kipling’s classic, together with one of Disney’s most iconic animations and retell the story to a new, young generation? Bravely London-based illustrator Robert Hunter took on this mammoth challenge and delivered a stunning, stand alone story that takes a new generation on this journey of discovery. Robert’s work is grounded in traditional drawing with a process of continue refinement and reworking till the final creation is one of true craft […]

Get Out Of Jail Free


Known for their award winning illustration and editorial work, I Love Dust were recently commissioned by Mother Jones to add ‘some neon-sign magic’ to an article in their May/June 2014 edition.

Conversion Conversation


London studio The Allotment have launched a transformational brand for Currencies Direct, a £1.1bn business dealing for the past 17 years in the world of foreign exchange and international payments for both individuals moving overseas and for businesses buying and selling abroad. The Allotment articulated a new vision, mission and a set of values which succinctly captured the unique personality of the business. Direct, human, simple, and driven became the mandate for the new brand. This led […]

A splash of something London


The task for Wellington-based London Studio was to develop a new brand for a range of New Zealand wines that could be sold internationally. The branding needed to be identifiable and unique enough to stand out in a cluttered international market but still be expandable for future additions to the product range. The concept the guys created originated from the clients’ two great loves; namely painting and the French language. The Aquarelle Estate (french for […]



London’s SAS have completed work on the annual report for BBA Aviation, which, they say is more than just a compliance publication. At the centrepiece, were a series of images from Benedict Redgrove that show the style of the business and reflect its sense of quality. “It is a tool that is used to build the company brand as it grows in strength each year in the aviation services market. Our role is to ensure that the company has […]

SomeOne’s all seeing idea


Jeepers, creepers, it’s been a while since we’ve had a our fill of SomeOne brand-hugs so, always ones to duly oblige, SomeOne have come running, arms open though insisting on being big spoon. The product of several months work, the chaps and chapettes at SomeOne towers have created an adaptive new visual identity for a new visually-led advertising agency, BigEyes, based in Victoria, London. The new agency is called BigEyes due to their visually-led approach to […]

TDC at the double


Two delicious new projects from the The Design Conspiracy; Majdan Rocks and Fitzgerald’s Clothiers… First up is the identity for a new jewellery designer, Majdan Rocks. In developing the visual identity, TDC took inspiration from the shapes of the the products designs as well as iconic shapes of an array of jewels, but it was the diamond form that stood out. Say TDC “The final mark we created was simple and bold with a bit of an edge.” A […]

SAS wind the dial


London agency SAS have completed the identity and brand programme for Herbert Smith Freehills – a top 100 law firm born from the merger of two leading firms from opposite points of the compass (UK and Oz, not unlike ourselves). “At the heart of the new brand is a powerful and simple idea – that Herbert Smith Freehills people “guide their clients through an increasingly complex, challenging and unpredictable world. They advise with clarity, originality and authority.” […]