Calyx & Tebee

—2017 Album Campaign

Posted on: 28.04.2017

2017 sees the third campaign from Calyx & Teebee out on Ram Records / Sony BMG. For this project we've teamed up with photographer Davy Evans to create a series of abstract imagery that will run through ten digital singles and five printed 12" record sleeves.

We've created a bespoke font "Daylight" for the track titles, which is paired with the logotype we designed back in 2012. Shown here are the first four digital singles and we will keep you updated as the campaign progresses.

SourcedBox

—Website Update

Posted on: 30.03.2017

Having created the brand identity, website and packaging for SourcedBox back in 2014 we've recently worked on some updates to their snack box subscription website. The updates include new product photography, a reworked homepage (shown here), a shop to buy single boxes and a blog.

Having just celebrated their second birthday, Sourcedbox are now one of the UK's leading snack subscription services and we are excited to see what the future holds for the future.

www.sourcedbox.com

Categories:DigitalPhotography

Logo Showreel

—Music Industry

Posted on: 24.02.2017

Using Adobe After Effects and a unreleased track kindly supplied by one of our clients, we've created a showreel for our music industry logo portfolio.

If you are interested in commissioning something similar for your website / social media account / YouTube channel then please get in touch via studio@filthymedia.com

Junction 2

—2017 Art Direction

Posted on: 27.01.2017

The last few months has seen us develop the new visual identity for Junction 2, a groundbreaking techno festival in London. Using the festival logo as a starting point, we worked with abstract photographer Davy Evans to develop a visual language that was inspired by the urban environment. We then arranged the imagery to create a sense of narrative and started to release artwork as the festival was announced towards the end of 2016.

The result is an evolving identity that builds intrigue and suspense as the festival approaches. View the full case study here.

Boxpark Croydon

—Eat. Drink. Play.

Posted on: 12.12.2016

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. 

You can view our comprehensive case study HERE or for a full overview of our graphic output please click HERE. 

Categories:PrintVideo