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nicko said...Make your own Gap lolgo
Vinyl is Not Dead!-I don't think I would remember buying my first mp3 with the same affection.Here at Why Productions we pay homage to the dying breed of Vinyl DJs with our limited edition tickets. These little credit card sized tickets will fit in your wallet or purse all safe and ready for the next Durty Disco on the 25th. This is surely not one to miss.
A bold re-brand for one of the UK's leading retail POS producers.Pushing the 'S' in screenprinting, we developed this simple brand device. It allowed us to enhance key words, create messages relevant to the target audience and comment on the media in use - such as Sealed for packaging tape.This created an instantly recognisable, fun and ownable graphic device. A range of production techniques available from the company were showcased on a selection of materials and substrates.
We’re working on a series of paintings that strip famous logos back to their basic graphic forms. Creating pieces that we think are artworks in their own right. Recognise any?
Recently our long-time copywriting collaborators Bang Your Own Drum asked The Consult to develop their new brand look and feel. Our thinking centred on referencing the name and hinting to their services – we achieved this with a drumstick pencil and drum skin business cards giving Bang Your Own Drum an identity that's easily heard.
toms, identity, by megaRemarks such as “Toms is an easy company to deal with” and “Can you make a logo that looks the way chocolate tastes?” are what inspired our design of the new Toms logo.The name ‘Toms’ derives from the names of the company’s founders, Hans Trojel and V. H. Meyer. The company was originally called just ‘Tom’, but the ‘s’ was added to the name because the word ‘Tom’ – which means ‘empty’ in Danish – did not look good on Danish sweets dispensers…
For the identity, we [ smel ] made a selection of five different texts. The texts range from a signed text by Bono (U2), to a piece of an e-mail from Tom Waits. All texts are related to the work or the people working at Smel. The quotes intrigue and trigger curiosity to the story behind them. The asterisk on the back of some parts of the stationery gives a reference and a brief explanation.