Tag Archives: promotion

Bag Design

A Big Fat Branding Project

I’ve totally neglected this blog. I’m sorry. I’ve been working on a big project deadline that had me living in the studio for the first two weeks of this term, but now that I’ve finished, I’ll show you what I’ve done. As mentioned in a previous post, the brief was to devise the creative strategy […]

A step up from Ben and Jerry’s cookie dough

In second year at UCF we were lucky enough to go to Amsterdam to have a nose around a number of different design studios. We spent last week walking all over the city, visited Sid Lee, Dolly Rogers and Trapped in Suburbia among others, and the topic of today’s post is the work of Design […]

Tricota Calma

Muy Bueno Estudio Tricota

I really should be posting about work relevant to the projects I’m working on, or my own work for that matter, and I will, but I just saw this on The Behance Network and I want to show it to you. This is a project by Estudio Tricota, based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The catalogue, […]

Sony Music Timeline

Music to my eyes

To celebrate 125 years of musical history, Sony have treated themselves to a headquarters makeover. Alex Fowkes was commissioned to create a typographic timeline of all Sony’s signed artists, from 1887 to date. Nearly 1000 artists names cover 150 square metres of white wall throughout the building. The typefaces are varied so it doesn’t look […]

A Bunch of Fives

A Bunch of Fives

Researching book and editorial work for a current project, I’ve come across ‘A Bunch of Fives’. The Designers Republic have produced a book to mark their 25th birthday, asking a number of highly respected designers to visually respond to the question, ‘What does 5 mean to you?’ It looks to me like a really exciting […]