A new identity for FACT Liverpool
We designed FACT Liverpool's new identity, working closely with the client throughout the development of the new brand strategy, visual identity and tone of voice.
The rebrand preserves the well-known name FACT Liverpool, now coupled with a shift towards more image-led communications: a show, don’t tell attitude. This branding solution introduces a new logo that expands and adapts to make space for visual content, emphasising FACT’s role as a place where people, art and technology meet. The identity was built with flexibility in mind, and the logo can be easily fitted to use across media formats and animation.
Art collectors de Bueil & Ract-Madoux
We designed an elegant visual identity and website for Paris-based art collector duo de Bueil & Ract-Madoux, to be launched soon.
Pop City Guide
The English version of Pop City New York is out now!
Literary in approach, pop in essence – Pop City is different from all other city guides. Aimed at curious travellers and pop culture fans alike, this book is an invitation to rediscover New York through the footsteps of iconic artists Andy Warhol, Robert de Niro, Jack Kerouac and Billie Holiday.
We designed a clean and elegant website for MoreySmith, an interior design and architecture practice.
Slade School of Fine Art – Summer School identity
We have started a collaboration with Slade School of Fine Art, designing the identity for the Summer School program.
The visuals are versatile and energetic – much like a summer school experience at an art school by artists, for artists.
Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: Not Everyone Will be Taken Into the Future
Tate Modern presents the first major retrospective of the Kabakovs in the UK, coinciding with the centenary of the 1917 Russian Revolution.
We have designed the visual catalogue that accompanies this exhibition, a celebration of five decades of work tracing back from Ilya Kabakov’s early paintings, drawings and installations to the collaborative projects crafted alongside his wife Emilia after his move to the West in 1987, including immersive installations and architectural models.
The exhibition is on until 27 January 2018.