Been doing some branding for Paris eCigarette retailer Sunny Smoker.
This is a part of the product lanch for their new brand- PULP Liquid
Reminiscent of Bridget Reilly at her best, these marvellous examples of Op Art ads for the new season at the Théâtre de La Ville have been popping up around the Paris Metro recently.
Just in case anyone thought that I wasn’t keeping my eye in recently, I post for your enjoyment an experimental typography project that until recently remained 1’s and 0’s and seemed destined to live forever in the dark recesses of Binary Land. [...]
There seems to be something in the air recently! Another logo project, this time for a high fashion boutique selling shoes and accessories for the discerning lady. [...]
This is so lovely it makes me want to shout from the rooftops about it!
CentQuatre on rue d’abervilliers in the 18eme arr continually puts out stunningly designed advertising. This is no exception. [...]
It’s a bit of a mouthful- the name of the airport 45 minutes outside of Oslo. ‘Moss Airport Rygge’. Thankfully those in charge of the airport branding didn’t try and cram it all into the logo. [...]
Beautiful type, harmonised colours and some pleasing symmetry announcing the fact that one is about to embark on a wonderous train journey up a mountain from Flåm to Myrdal in the heart of Fjord country. Gotta love the simplicity!
Guinness World Records is in the process of updating their branding. I was part of a 3 person team assigned the task of injecting some much needed vibrancy into a rather jaded identity that didn’t really encapsulate what GWR is all about. [...]
Some quite beautiful works of art in the 20th arr in Paris. The site of an old bus depot which is currently embroiled in political machinations regarding planning permission is currently a canvas for Parisian based taggers of all styles and persuasions. [...]
The joy of networking: Part 23b.
I like this a lot. Not the product! although I have previously been known to rabbit on about Spam- the graphic approach to the packaging. [...]
Became a bit distracted while exploring routes for a new branding project. It must have been the dry corporate nature of the client which led me here. [...]
From the Parc de la Villette a Paris. Today it exists by itself with no need for an explanation. Tomorrow I may add my pennies worth.