Boxpark Croydon

—Eat. Drink. Play.

Posted on: 17.11.2016

For the past year we having been working on the graphic language for Boxpark Croydon. It's our biggest project to date and we are immensely proud of the results. The site was designed by Gavin Elliott of BDP Architects and consists of 40 food and beverage retailers and a 2000 capacity event space. Shown here is the core identity for Boxpark Croydon: The logotype, the tagline and the flexible brand pattern.

Architect director Gavin Elliott says, “Our design creates a semi-enclosed market hall so it has a central focus to the scheme with the units arranged around it, as well as outdoor terrace spaces. Shipping containers are an intrinsic component of the Boxpark brand. There’s something quite magical about taking this mundane and ubiquitous object and turning it into something desirable and transformational. We’re using 96 containers in total and only four of them are unaltered. The whole assembly is like a giant 3D jigsaw puzzle but the finished result looks deceptively simple."

We will have a full case study to show you in the coming weeks, but for a full project overview of our graphic output click HERE. 

Boxpark Croydon

—Press Launch

Posted on: 17.11.2016

Wednesday 26th October saw the pre-launch of Boxpark Croydon! From 4pm, Boxpark welcomed their guests and treated them to a sneak peek of the site, a selection of signature dishes from the tenants and access to the newly built BoxBar. For two hours a stream of delicious dishes from the likes of Mamalan, Coqfighter, Wine & Deli, Poptata and Fish, Wings & Tings made their way to the tables for everyone to enjoy. Once the dining had wrapped up the guests were encouraged to explore BoxBar and have a few drinks to celebrate.

For us it was a great oppertunity to see the space being used and the graphic language we created applied to the physical site. The food was very tasty too!

Photography — www.cavillen.co.uk

Boxpark Croydon

—BoxBar

Posted on: 17.11.2016

As part of the wider Boxpark Croydon project we were asked to design the identity, interior layout and graphic application for BOXBAR. The bar is on the lower level of Boxpark Croydon and has been created from four adjacent shipping containers. 

Using a 3D modelling program called Sketch Up we visualised the positioning of the bar, designed and arranged the columns needed to stabilise to the ceiling, created a flexible seating system, applied the brand chevron to the walls using black and white tiling and positioned the brand identity and sponsor logos on the back wall.

Boxpark Croydon

—Opening Festival

Posted on: 17.11.2016

Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th October saw the official launch of Boxpark Croydon. To celebrate the opening Boxpark hosted the first year of Croydon's annual festival, with Eskimo Dance taking over the Saturday and NME following suit on the Sunday. With 2500 people attending each day the festival set a precedent for the kind of events that Boxpark will be bringing to Croydon over the next five years.

All 40 food and beverage operators are now open seven days a week, so when you have some time make sure you get down to Boxpark Croydon to see what it has to offer. To keep up to date with everything going head over to www.boxpark.co.uk

Photography — www.anthonykeiler.com

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Born Electric

—Latest 12" Sleeves

Posted on: 26.08.2016

We have been working with Born Electric for over four years now. The electronic record label was set up by James Zabiela in 2012 and since then we have designed the brand identity, record sleeves and artwork for their world wide club nights and events. Since we started filthy back in 2004 we've worked for quite a few record labels, but having been with Born Electric from the start it does have a special place in our hearts.

Shown here are four recent vinyl releases. For each release we design the 12" sleeve, digital pack shots  products shots and social media advertising. We will have a full case study on all of our work for the label before the year is out so check back in a few months for that.
 

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