Project category: Identities

The Sea Beast

Title design for The Sea Beast, an animated family adventure film by Netflix.

Tokyo Olympics

We were commissioned by Droga5, New York to develop titles for a set of Meta films ‘Once Upon A Time Everywhere’, looking at the intersection of skating and Oculus VR technology, and ‘No Comply’, a film celebrating one of the earliest and ever-evolving tricks in skateboarding culture. The films ran during NBC’s coverage of the Tokyo Olympics.

IG / No Comply
Film Director: Yann Demange

Oculus / Once Upon A Time Everywhere
Film Director: Juan Cabral

Wordmark

We worked with Creative Director, Vicky Irwin and brand consultancy, Structure to develop a wordmark and social media icons, as part of the team leading the strategic rebrand of Mews – the hospitality system of the future.

Mews is designed to simplify and automate all operations for modern hoteliers and their guests. From the booking engine to check-out, from front desk to revenue management, every process is easier, faster and more connected.

Fluent UI

Microsoft approached us to create an alternative typographic take on their Fluent UI logotype which uses their brand typeface Segoe. The idea was that our more expressive version would transform to become Segoe in its rested state. We built and modelled type that took the proportions of Segoe and elevated it, making it technical, physical and transformative. This served as the opener for an animated film introducing Fluent UI at the Microsoft Build 2020 conference.

Fluent UI is a collection of UX frameworks — a cross-platform, open-source approach that enables people to contribute and improve on the design-to-code system.

Direction + Animation: Vincent Schwenk & Vitaly Grossmann
Typography: Sawdust
Sound design: Zelig Sound
Art direction: Nando Costa

The State

Typography for Texas Monthly’s new lifestyle sections, created in conjunction with their recent magazine and website redesign.

Creative Director: T.J. Tucker

Identity

We were commissioned to work with the Converse global brand design team to help develop the typography and arrangement for their new visual identity.

The star chevron remains the focal point and is leveraged as part of their heritage, which is also representative of a company that is moving forward. The new wordmark is inspired by aspects of past typographic approaches, which have graced the Converse word throughout their 108 year history.

Logotype

Wordmark for an online publisher that provides selected curators the freedom to write within their areas of interest. By doing so they aim to turn the attention back to the talented writers and the varying interest that shape their points of view.

www.buzzworthy.com

Creative Leaders 50

Identity for Creative Leaders 50, a scheme from Creative Review, which celebrates, educates and inspires those who are leading creative businesses, organisations and teams.

Art Director: Paul Pensom

Cover

Cover for the 2016 redesign of Creative Review, which incorporates an identity created for Creative Leaders 50, a scheme designed to celebrate, educate and inspire those who are leading creative businesses, organisations and teams.

Art Director: Paul Pensom

Monogram & Wordmark

Monogram and wordmark for WIRED, UK used across social media and special edition issues. The typography holds an aesthetic value associated with the future, culture and technology based magazine.