Following our work on the Great Britain in Europe campaign and logotype, we are now working on the design competition for the new post Brexit United Kingdom passport redesign. If Brexit has to happen, maybe we can at least have a decent passport design to boost morale. Coming soon. Watch this space and competition winner announcement.
Launch of a new brand and visual identity for the Bassin d'Archon (top). A disappointing and graphically weak proposal that communicates little of the region. (Previous version bottom).
As so often in France, absolutely no mention of the designer or agency is made.
Another version has the full name spelt out. I'm still hunting a decent visual.
Oh no, Trump is going to redesign the wall. Homeland Security estimates it will cost $21 billion, almost double Trumps estimate of €12 billion. So he says he's going to design a cheaper one. Ikea have proposed a flat-pack model, here is a signature scribble proposal - dirt cheap and razor sharp if you try to climb it.
Branding & packaging design for Mornin' Milk. Project led with Jérome H, Nathalie T and designers Margaux, Camille, Martin & Alexis. Selected for Pentawards 2016 in China. A different milk time is displayed on every face.
Not the most inspired of logotypes for the Socialist candidates for the 2017 French presidential elections! Basically all the same apart from Macron's trembling Lycée handwriting... Pity they didn't consult some designers.
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