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Glad has created an identity for Brass Developments, a property development firm based in North-East England. The new identity, based on building plan illustrations, provides a flexible system which integrates the firm’s two sub-divisions: Brass Developments Residential and Brass Developments Commercial.
Highland Spring has unveiled a new look for its packaging developed by Glasgow agency 999 Design. According to 999 Design director Lewis Macintyre, the challenge of the brief was to “reinvigorate the brand to create a fresh new feel while still preserving those iconic Highland Spring components that consumers identify with.”
GP Wolffe has designed the brand identity and beer label for the Bill McLaren Foundation. The oval ball has been embedded in the design solutions and the famous commentator was illustrated by Ian McIntosh.
Gorillaz illustrator Jamie Hewlett has designed a new logo for this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust concerts at the Royal Albert Hall. The logo design is in Hewlett’s classic style of edgy, angular and anarchic and is a fitting representation of Teenage Cancer Trust concerts, which see some of the world’s biggest music stars rock the intimate, royal venue.
Sky has unveiled a new marketing campaign to promote the launch of its Sky Sports F1 HD channel. The campaign aims to build anticipation for the channel’s launch on 9 March and the first Grand Prix the following weekend. Alongside TV, print and outdoor activity, the campaign also includes augmented reality digital advertising and a 3D installation on London’s Cromwell Road.
KentLyons has produced Y/12, the first in a series of new publications for luxury yacht company Y.CO. Exploring 12 locations and twinning them with the perfect yacht, the large format book is case bound and features a blind-debossed “Y” map highlighting the 12 locatons in silver foil. New typographical elements and immersive photography give Y/12 its own identity whilst maintaining a strong connection to the Y.CO brand.
Raw has created Use Your Head, a campaign for the Football Association that aims to tackle bad language and dissent in grassroots clubs across the country. Raw designed a range of online resources, including an animated video, to help chairmen, managers, players and fans realise the impact foul lanaguage can have on funding opportunities and attendance figures within the local community.
Ben O’Brien (aka Ben the Illustrator) contributed this artwork to ART V CANCER which looks to raise funds for a selection of cancer charities. Ben’s print features his AlleyCat character along with a BMX theme. All proceeds go to CLIC Sargent.
Sawdust, the independent graphic design partnership of Rob Gonzalez and Jonathan Quainton, has produced two limited edition silk-screen prints, Esoteric Form: Editions One & Two.
Marketing Leeds is celebrating the best of the city’s budding art, fashion and design talent in a new portfolio designed by B&W Studio. The booklet aims to demonstrate Leeds’s cultural credentials by showcasing the work of the city’s 2011 creative graduates. The project was initiated by Marketing Leeds in collaboration with Leeds College of Art, Leeds Metropolitan University and the University of Leeds.
London based multi-disciplinary design studio Family has worked in collaboration with photographer Jade Sukiya to create the brand identity, printed collateral and online presence for Halliday’s, the specialist vintage china hire service established by Imogen Hudson.