Design Collective Approach
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Design & Architecture Newsletter. This format allowed us to create an eight page booklet and a graphic poster from a single sheet. On one side are the articles which fold down to an A5 booklet and on the inside, which is revealed by unfolding the booklet, a world map showing the international reach of the British Councils activities.[/column] [column width="48%" padding="0%"]Carmel King
We were asked by photographer Carmel King to create a promotional pack which would appeal to the creative industry. We designed a collection of photo cards and stationery all held together by a single bellyband. The bold colours and typography contrast against her atmospheric photos, creating a simple but iconic graphic identity.[/column] [column width="48%" padding="3%"]Edmund Kevill Davies
Promotional mailer for Jerwood Prize winning photographer Edmund Kevill Davies. All the typography is printed in gold ink, reflecting the slightly kitch nature of the images.[/column] [column width="48%" padding="0%"]F Stokes
Album cover and promotional material for New York musician F Stokes. The images are based on the simple concept of a lead balloon. The front of the sleeve shows the balloons seemingly floating in mid air whilst the reverse shows them smashed on the floor. Codirected with Richard Barnett, photography by Guy Archard and sculptures by William Chase.[/column] [end_columns]
Collective Approach is a new London based graphic design consultancy founded by Tom Ramsbottom (Moving Brands, Airside and Space) and Samuel Bebbington (BB/Saunders, Marque and MadeThought). They deliver intelligent ideas communicated with appropriate language for a wide range of clients, regardless of scale or budget. Their projects encompass branding, art direction, print, packaging, publishing, websites, signage and exhibitions. Suffice to say, this duo is definitely one to watch!
Thanks again to both Tom and Sam for the images and info.
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