The first marketing project for Factory Studios after our rebrand, simple but effective poster and flyer idea for their student promotion.
We worked between Illustrator and Photoshop, with all the faux shadow work being hand done in the latter software. The final piece has the feeling of a paper cut, and we just loved the idea of intertwining the new monogram with the headline!
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!
Very straightforward logo job for registered charity The Young Promoters Gloucester. A youth organisation that put on theatrical performances and promotes them in the region.
We kept this one light and youthful, vibrant colours and a smile filling the white space. Its a pleasure working with worthy causes!
The Made You Look documentary was an absolute pleasure and a labour of love. We took care of all the branding, marketing and design exercises. Amongst the design items created were merchandise, one sheet film posters for the cinemas to use, all flyers, adverts for magazines, press pack, animated intros for talks, keynote presentations and all the social media and web design.
After working on the Factory Studios rebrand we were asked to create a series of simple animated logo stings in After Effects. These logo stings would be used on social media, on the website and they would be used as dividers between music videos for bespoke video loops for trade fairs and marketing events.
We utilised simple but effective after effects animations to bring the logo and tagline to life, and even did the audio design in house!
Brighton based organisation Writers HQ got in contact looking for a bespoke logo for their branches in Worthing and Brighton.
We were very pleased with the final result and cant wait to roll it out across all their educational materials and stationary!
Eclectic DJ team James Curry and Steeny decided to 'put a ring' on their shared love of all things guitar based and start a podcast that covers psychedelia, punk, indie, classic rock, mathrock, altrock, post rock... Basically all the rocks besides the rock of Gibralter.
We looked at the rich history of psychedelic posters, rock typography and imagery and came up with the new logo for the Electric Blanket Podcast.
You can listen to their musical adventures HERE
Factory Studios and Imeus Design have worked together for more than 6 years so we were thrilled to have them as our first official client for our new venture with W&F, they asked us to overhaul the brand from top to bottom, a whole new aesthetic from the logo and colour pallette to the choice of new typefaces.
We got to create an array of marketing materials and web based designs, as well as their BIMM stand, next up will be an overhaul of their website and a series of animated stings for multiple uses.
As well as being a labour of love and an incredible project for which we were involved in from its inception, the Made You Look documentary was also an incredibly rich playground for us to work on professionally.
This was the first time we have worked on the graphics and typographic stylings for a feature film, and we opted for a simple graphic approach that let the masterful camerawork of the production company Mechanical Mouse breathe instead of overawing it.
As well as the on screen graphics for the film we also got to work on the trailer and short films, all in all a dream project!
Ethically made in environments that don't employ slave labour tactics or environmentally unfriendly manufacturing methods, The Fableists make fantastic kids clothing and we were proud to have been asked to contribute to such a worthy idea and a to work with a fantastically open minded company!
During the planning for Blogtacular 2016 we were contact by Kat Molesworth with a view to designing and visualising a range of enamel pin badges, together with the packaging.
Two of the designs we worked on became a part of their 2016 merchandising range.
All images here are visualised in photoshop and not photographs of the final badges.
PMF Metalworks is the first W&F client from the industrial sector, which meant a different approach to creating the brand. Office signage, van branding, mugs, niche marketing objects and employees shirts are all things that were new to us, and were a joy to apply the brand to.
These new mediums alongside the regular stationary and web requirements made for a very full and satisfying project and we hope to work with such clients again soon.
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
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