For the Robert Horne group, the problem with paper is that it all looks the same. So how do you convince sniffy creatives to try something new? To step away from their tried and tested brand. We asked them to imagine the possibilities.
Dandelyan is a cocktail bar with a difference – working from the core proposition of ‘Modern Botany’ we took victorian botanical drawings and injected them with super modern fluorescent inks.
Sea Containers is the flagship restaurant of Mondrian Hotel, situated on the Southbank. The identity draws design cues from the visual language of naval flags and semaphore. Lavish detailing and modern execution was intended to recreate the glamour of a transatlantic voyage.
Award-winning printers Gavin Martin Colournet are always looking to raise their profile within the creative industries. We suggested using their hand delivered job bags as walking billboards, creating stand-out and raising a smile in the process.
Sarah Grundy is a make-up artist who’s worked in film and TV for over 30 years.
From bearded ladies to tattooed toddlers, the campiagn-led identity works as a talking point for Sarah, with every element a memorable demonstration of her ability to make the unbelievable believable.
The Thinking Traveller offers high-end villa rental across the Mediterranean. The identity trades ubiquitous photography of infinity pools and sun loungers for something all together more compelling, sparking a conversation about aspirations; experience; and why we all long for a few precious weeks away from it all.
The Den is a small lounge / bar within St Martins Lane hotel. They commissioned us to produce a series of artworks. Working with a theme of Britishness eccentricity, we physically effected the frames, creating the illusion that the art had come to life.
The Rumpus Room is a part of the Mondrian Hotel, it takes its design cues from Art Deco, the Roaring Twenties and the age of parties. Featuring a singular colour palette and Emily Forgot’s surreal illustrations, we created an identity that evoked the dream-like hedonism of the age.
Studio XO are pioneers in their field, operating at the intersection of music, technology and fashion. The mark represents an on / off switch – something which is at the heart of each of XO’s pieces. The single unifying idea of ‘Powering up’ was adopted and is carried throughout the identity.
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We pride ourselves on delivering bright ideas that catch the eye, connect with an audience and make a message unforgettable.
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