The Drum brings you a round-up of some of the latest interesting creative work.
Submit work to feature in the magazine and online Insight section. Contact Thomas@thedrum.com to have your work considered.This creative round-up features the Association of Illustrators 'A Baker's Dozen' series of A2 prints for Ted Baker, bespoke packaging created for luxury jewellery store, Union, by Red Design, Italian papers manufacturer, Fedrigoni's anthology of interpretations of papers for book blocks, and Hey studio's designs for art and design festival ArtFad 2012.
Ted Baker has unveiled ‘A Baker’s Dozen’, a series of 13 A2 prints created by the Association of Illustrators which will be gifted to customers who spend over £150 on the A/W collection in store. The artwork has a British theme, including fish and chips, drinking tea, village fetes and gardening. Only 1000 copies of each print will be available worldwide.
Expanding on its branding work for luxury jewellery store Union, Red Design has designed and specced some elegant bespoke packaging including bags, tags and ring and bracelet boxes. These are now in production and should hit the shops in the next few months.
Fedrigoni, the Italian papers manufacturer, has created an anthology of interpretations of papers for book blocks, with 16 different paper stocks tackled by 16 book designers. The first eight designers involved are: Studio Joost Grootens, Rainer Groothuis, Frédéric Teschner, Kameel Hawa, Wijtntje Van Rooijen & Pierre Péronnet, Elyron, Sánchez/Lacasta and Thomas Manss & Company.
Barcelona-based Hey studio has created the poster and a colourful and tactile ribbon application for a suite of print pieces to promote the city’s art and design festival ArtFad 2012.