BRIEF: Design soap packaging and branding for creative professionals.
CONCEPT: People tend to come up with their best ideas in the shower. Soap can be marketed as a solution to a creative block. Therefore each scent has been paired up with a philosopher.
SOON SUPERMAN WON’T HAVE A PLACE TO CHANGE IN BEFORE FIGHTING CRIME
BRIEF: BT raised funds to repurpose phoneboxes into vending machines with free meals for the homeless. They hosted a soup kitchen to roll this out.
CONCEPT: The idea of “catching” the homeless before they slip through the cracks came about by looking at comic book layouts.
OUR PURPOSE: LONGER, HAPPIER, HEALTHIER LIVES
BRIEF: Design a corporate newsletter for BUPA that best conveys the message of caring for their clients.
CONCEPT: “To strike a chord” is to become familiar with someone. Harmonographs are instruments that visualise music by creating geometric shapes similar to these.
Hackney: A Polariod
A BOROUGH THAT WELCOMES PEOPLE FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE
BRIEF: Design an annual report for Hackney that reflects the spirit of the borough.
CONCEPT: This report was inspired by the pop-up culture of Hackney as well as the sense of stepping onto another planet.
CROWD SURF YOUR WAY TO THE STAGE FASTER WITH JAM
BRIEF: Develop branding for a telecom targeting a teenage demographic.
CONCEPT: Drums served as an early form of long-distance communication. Jam symbolises young people creating music together.
TRAVEL TIPS FOR THOSE IN THE KNOW
BRIEF: Design branding for an online city guide. Targeted demographic is interested in authentic and off-the-beaten-track city travel.
CONCEPT: Inspired by speakeasies where one would need to know the secret password or knock to enter. One of these knocks still popular to this day comes from a 1899 song called “At A Darktown Cakewalk”.
ONE OF BRITAIN’S MOST POPULAR TELECOMS
BRIEF: Print and digital collateral for TalkTalk customers and internal comms. All of the following works were solely designed or artworked in collaboration with any creative feedback directly from the client, TalkTalk.
CONCEPT: TalkTalk is not a faceless corporation - it is a collection of real-life people, so we talk like real-life people and we write like real-life people. This doesn’t mean we don’t sound professional. We do, always. It just means we express ourselves in a way that people can relate to.