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Venus Unwrapped

Visual identity and art direction for 2019 Kings Place’s series: Venus Unwrapped, which focuses on women composers throughout the centuries.The project included the art direction of bright coloured photographs, the main core of which has been shot by Nick White, the design of a 48 pages brochure, digital and print marketing materials as well a video animation to launch the series.
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Camerata Alma Viva

Visual Identity and website for the string orchestra Camerata Almaviva. Photographs by Kaupo Kikkas
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The Night Shift

The Night Shift is the OAE (Orchestra of The Age of Enlightenment)’s long-running classical concert series targeted at audiences under the age of 35 who do not regularly attend classical music in concert halls. The series is all about making classical music easy to enjoy for a young crowd in a more relaxed environment, such as a small pub, a summer festival or an unconventional venue like the Bussey Building in Peckham. In the Night Shift events drinks are allowed, the audience can take photos, people can move around and the players talk from the stage and introduce the music they are playing. We did a fresh new identity for the website visuals, poster imagery, social media and a new logo. Our new look and feel is modern and informal, the design elements are geometric and with vibrant colours that suggest the evening mood of the concert. “Classical music, minus the rules”      
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ADC

Visual Identity ( graphic toolkit: colours, typography and design graphics to accompany the existing logo) and Website (design, development, illustrations, photographic research) for ADC, a fish distributor for restaurants and retail.
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Chroma pictures

Brand identity for Chroma pictures, a UK based film and photography studio production. We liked the idea of exploring the endless possibility of colours combinations and shades, linking the identity visual expression to the Greek origin of the name “chroma”, that means colour. We designed the logo and the new website.
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capucci

The haute couture designer Roberto Capucci opened a new line of ready to wear dresses at the beginning of 2015. Capucci designated Cinzia Minghetti as the leader of a young designers’ team which has interpreted his haute couture aesthetic with a contemporary taste. We re-designed the corporate image of the company. The logo is inspired by a famous Capucci haute couture dress. It takes the florid shapes and elegant feel of Capucci’s designs, presenting an iconic trademark of rich rose gold. We also designed the packaging, the invitation to the first collection show, the look-book, the stationery, the website and a luxurious foulard scarf, all coherent with Capucci’s high fashion and exclusive brand identity. ©wwd In connection with the overall identity we designed a fully content management system driven website for Capucci. It also automatically adapts its layout according to device and screen size. The site is designed to mirror the elegance and modernity of Capucci’s collection.
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Lucio Vanotti

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Lucio Vanotti, guest designer for Giorgio Armani at Men’s AW 2016 Milan Fashion Week commissioned us to redesign his website. Our layout was adapted according to device and screen size. The website is fully content management system driven. We adapted Lucio Vanotti’s minimal style to the site design, leaving space and reducing the branding and navigation to bare essentials.
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Nahe

NAHE was conceived by four young designers with the purpose of bringing craftsmanship into fashion design. It was born as an experimental laboratory, “Teatime”, and the end result was the presentation of a new collection NAHE S/S 2012. It employs ancient techniques, shards of the past that are projected under new forms over contemporary products. Any item of clothing can be reproduced, but no item will be the same. Our concept is based on the company’s ideas: as every dress has its own story; the graphic layout conveys the general feel of ‘original piece’ and ‘limited edition’. We designed the logo, business cards, website, labels, flyers, catalogue and look-book. The look-book is a foldable poster that presents an overview of the collection. The catalogue has an unusual format with a mix of narrow and wide pages. This creates interaction with the reader unveiling – page by page – product details and the inspiration behind the collection.
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Pastalab

Pastalab is a modern, interactive and creative pasta workshop set within a traditional country house in Tuscany. With Pastalab you learn how to make fresh artisanal pasta using two simple ingredients and traditional methods and tools. We developed the identity, icons, textures and different printed applications. The visual language is modern and approachable, we used simple and memorable shapes that recall the geometry of pasta shapes.The logo uses a modern and elegant typeface with a little twist, the central A of the logotype is in fact made of a spaghetto/noodle, one of the iconic forms of the italian pasta. Craftsmanship comes through in the graphic applications: we produced bespoke aprons and tote bags using screen printing.
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Europe Energy

We were contacted by Europe Energy Spa to design the launch campaign for the newly formed Europe Energy Gas and Power, the business they started in the the retail market for the sale of electricity and gas for consumers. We started from the idea of a new flux of energy coming to town. We used the shapes of the “e” of the logo to create a bright ribbon which flowed and interacted with the buildings and people around them. We curated not only the design of the posters, billboards and flyers, but also the copyright of the claim “una nuova energia in città” which translates to “a new energy in town”. We also curated the art direction of the video campaign. The campaign was held in Padova in the spring, and in Verona in the autumn of 2016.
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LCN identity

London Creative Network (LCN) is a new London-wide development programme for creative practitioners with a focus on innovative technologies or processes, delivered by SPACE, Cockpit Arts, Four Corners and Photofusion. We have been selected to design the identity alongside the template for their newsletter and digital presentations. We transformed the acronym in a logo where the letters are incomplete and have differing patterns to suggest the fact that the programme is made by complementary parts (such as the participants, the teachers, the mentors and others) that complete and fulfill each other. The logo comprises of letter shapes and patterns that have been used as brand elements for the newsletter and the powerpoint template.
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