Postcard to Bill

Debut album of the duo formed by London based pianist Bruno Heinen and guitarist Kristian Borring. Inspired by the recordings of Evans and Hall, the album comprises of compositions by the great jazz pianist Bill Evans arranged for the occasion. The album cover uses a bespoke font, created from the classical typeface Bodoni. The graphic layout captures the reflective elegance alongside the modern approach of Heinen and Borring. The overall look and feel is clean and minimal, recreating the atmosphere of 1960s New York.
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Laurie Nouchka

Artist Laurie Nouchka takes inspiration from London’s iconic buildings and urban landscape to create custom made drawings for the design of a unique range of contemporary sports-luxe wear. We designed the logo and the packaging system for her first collection, inspired by the fashion-forward, urban-beauty ethos that defines the collection. The modern logo reflects the geometric patterns of her artwork, and the packaging uses the vibrant colours, textures and clean lines of her collection. The product is packed in a colourful tube that can be reused for different purposes.
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London Smoke & Cure

London Smoke and Cure is an award winning smokehouse based in Crystal Palace (South London). It produces contemporary deli and street food. LSC creates quality handcrafted smoked and cured foods, using smokehouse traditions and artisan heritage. We designed the identity and the packaging system, exploring the handcrafted feeling but retaining a modern and elegant style. The logo comprises of three symbols, two come from alchemy iconography. The triangle is the symbol of fire and the circle of salt, and they are connected by a hook in the middle. They refer to the basic and authentic elements of smoking and curing techniques. A recurrent element in the identity and packaging is a part of an old etching, sourced from the online archive of Rijksmuseum. The illustration represents a rudimentary smokery and the portion we used as a texture is a detail of smoke.   
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