Back in late 2015 we were asked to submit some fresh ideas for long time collaborators Print Club London.
Shrouded under a colourful and playful veneer the 4 pieces submitted explore the ideas of occult and fremasonry symbolism and how it gets amalgamated into mainstream pop culture.
Artwork names and medium as follows:
Mickey Mouse Club, 50x70cm
Screen print with hand painted finish
All Seeing Eye, 50x70cm
2 colour screen print
The Beast, 50x70cm
2 colour screen print with spray paint finish
2 colour screen print
We had the pleasure of working on a complete branding exercise for East Sussex artisan bakery Mamoosh.
We got to design all the regular stuff like stationary and marketing materials as well as food packaging and signage... and we now get free brioche, pitta bread, artisan breads and pastries, what more could you want!
For the last 5 years we have worked with the wonderful Brighton based gallery Unlimited on many occasions.
The shop and gallery is a well curated mix of design goods, prints and jewellery. They also hosted 'Head To Toe', the first Imeus solo show!
Working with Video Production maestros Mechanical Mouse we art directed and created all graphic elements, typography and storyboards for a Waitrose video shown at conferences and internally across the UK.
Fun For Kids
Such an honour to have worked on at around 10 issues of Okido Magazine, including working with writers, occasionally writing and illustration kids stories and games and even doing the cover of the biodiversity issue!
We also have some bits in one of Thames and Hudson book releases!
More here: www.okido.co.uk
Music Studio Identity
Working on the whole brand from the bottom up Studio Imeus have done everything from the initial identity, internal and external signage, festival stage banners, flyers, posters and everything in between!
The only thing we didn't design was the website!
Online and Print Identity
Some years ago we developed an identity for fine art printers Dot To Dot Printing which has expanded enormously and is looking for a slick new image to launch sometime in 2016
The identity for DTD was created to cover online and print, with stationary items designed as well as web icons for navigation and for main page content.
One project that struck a cord in 2013 was the Giant Evil Eye project.
Giant Evil Eye was an exploration into protest graphics and poster design. The conclusion was reached that contemporary protest aesthetics lack the kick of the one colour beauty of the Paris 68 protest posters, the aesthetics of the Sixties Underground press or the bold impact of Punk artwork.
Over the last few years Studio Imeus has been lucky enough to have been involved with children's app developer School Of Happy.
Studio Imeus designed and art directed the School of Happy identity. Uses include print, online, app store marketing, animated logo sequences and much more.
More importantly we co-designed and art directed two apps, including the design of 26 characters, the identity for each app, all marketing materials, app store icons and much more.
The wizard behind bringing our UI design to life is the incredibly talented Frogameleon