One Garden

—Brighton

Posted on: 01.04.2021

One Garden Brighton at Stanmer Park opens to the public this weekend.

We’ve been working with our client Plumpton College for the past 3 years, creating and co-ordinating all aspects of the project, from naming to interior design.

The project has been a huge undertaking and we’re incredibly grateful to Plumpton College for putting their trust in our experience to curate an exceptional team, who have all helped shape One Garden Brighton from initial conception to the public opening.

Hats off to the tireless work of head gardener Alex Waterfield and all the team at Plumpton College who worked with landscape architect Dominic Cole (designer of the Eden Project), turning his vision into a reality.

It’s been a privilege to work on such a unique project that will have a positive impact on our local community and beyond for years to come. Shown here is the the core identity and the launch campaign — more to follow soon.

To find out more head over to the One Garden Brighton website: www.onegardenbrighton.com

Chichester At Home

—Keeping Distanced. Locally.

Posted on: 28.08.2020

Chichester at Home is community based directory of food, drink and gardening suppliers offering home delivery to the people of Chichester.

Set-up as a direct response to the restrictions imposed by Covid-19, the directory serves as shop-window for local, quality suppliers; providing an accessible alternative to the standard supermarket offering.

Reflecting a delivery journey from one point to another, we designed a hand-drawn ‘C’ logo mark incorporating a looped piece of fruit with a leaf. This idea was developed further by using the continuous-line device across social media posting and website iconography.

For clarity and impact we used a bold and characterful sans serif font for the logotype and supporting typeface; selecting a vibrant but earthy colour palette to emphasise the natural produce on offer.

Firle Watches

—Inspired By The Cornish Coast

Posted on: 28.02.2020

Firle is a new brand of watches born from a deep passion for mechanical precision, an insatiable curiosity about the secrets of movement, and a love of great design. Firle aims to celebrate the marvel of mechanical timekeeping, showing that great design and high-quality components doesn’t have to cost the earth.Every design aspect of the watches has been expertly crafted with exhaustive industry research and analysis. By studying the design of the finest makers in the industry, Firle watches are an amalgamation of classic watchmaking and modern, sophisticated design.

Having met with founder and designer Will Martin, we were commissioned to create a visual identity that would convey the brand personality; authentic, confident, understated, luxury, elegant.Our response was to create a bespoke sans serif logotype, balancing a classic and contemporary aesthetic. The logotype needed to work at a very small size on the watch face, so the use oversized serifs enhances the legibility. When used at a larger size, a bezelled embossed variant is used.

Firle watches will be launching on Kickstarter this spring.

Boxpark Wembley

—Brand Application

Posted on: 29.09.2019

Following on from our brand development work for Boxpark Croydon, we were challenged to do the same for Boxpark’s latest project in Wembley.

A step-up in scale and ambition from Shoreditch and Croydon, Boxpark Wembley marked a distinct evolution in the company’s direction.

Reflecting this change we developed Boxpark’s existing chevron pattern into a unique graphic system. This was applied to wayfinding signage, internal and external banners as well as floor markings and proposed roof graphics.

Click here for the full case study.

Sundance Film Festival

—2020

Posted on: 26.07.2019

We were recently contacted by the Creative Director of the Sundance Institute, and asked to produce three concepts for the identity & campaign for the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. The brief was to create an inclusive, friendly tone of voice for next years festival; referencing universal iconography, primary colours and a handful of iconic artists. Our three initial concepts are shown here across a variety of applications; billboards, posters, web, social and wayfinding.