Six – Recent Projects Special

Sep 22nd, 2010
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Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Six   Recent Projects Special

Design Six

[column width="48%" padding="3%"]From the Editor
It was only 4 days ago that Six updated their website with new work for the first time in years (actually a year – it always sounds more dramatic when you exaggerate things!) So far there has been very little press, so obviously I had to jump in on action whilst I had the chance. Not willing to settle with the “tiny” images on their site and subsequently throw a quick post together, my homeboy Darren Firth sent me a generous selection of high res images covering their most recent work and some older favourites which equally deserve a mention.

Hope you enjoy this feature and cheers again to Darren for giving me the honor of resizing each image myself ;)

Background
Six is an independent creative consultancy based in the UK, providing design and art direction for brand, print and screen. Concentrating on strong ideas, solid research, clear strategic thinking and attention to detail, Six develop collaborative relationships with their clients and partners to create original, distinctive work that engages users, satisfies clients and meets the high standards and innovation and creative excellence that are central to the studio practice.
[/column] [column width="48%" padding="0%"]Projects
—Dropyx
Identity and printed collateral
Printed 2 colour, with overprinted logo on Pale Grey Colourplan by GF Smith

—Johnson Tilley Associates
Identity and stationery
Printed in JTA’s primary green and purple, two new brand colours created uniquely for JTA. Printed on Colourplan Cool Grey by GF Smith

—Johnson Tilley Associates
Brochure
Printed in 7 colours, with dust jacket in Colourplan Cool Grey, and an inner cover in Colourplan Amethyst both by by GF Smith. The inner cover features technical diagrams taken from the design and production stage of JTA’s product development which have been printed in a silver metallic ink.

—Brandfluent
Identity and stationery
Printed one colour, with the logo in a matte platinum foil on a combination of Pistachio and Damascus Green Colourplan by GF Smith.

—Loake
Brochure 2009
Printed on GF Smith Colourplan stock with a gold foil on the front cover

—Groove Effect Posters
Posters
Finished with metallic and high bright inks, black foil and printed onto Zen Pure White.
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9 Comments

  1. I really like this studio! Great new projects as usually!

  2. Fantastic work – really glad to see this posted on here because I find their site a bit tedious to use – even though it looks stunning

    Nice one – it was definitely worth taking the time to resize these images ; )

  3. Will

    Beautiful work and attention to detail. Well done Six.

  4. J

    I really love the Brandfluent stationery using one of my favourite colorplan flavours, pistachio!

  5. David

    @Luke A little bit of patience never hurt anybody ;)

    Glad you enjoyed the images though. Makes viewing the work a world of difference than a 500px compressed jpeg ;)

  6. om

    that type + the color selection on the dropyx project is just unbelievably delicious to my eyes.

  7. Very nice. Like the gold embossed one.

  8. Matt Hauke

    They should move to London, so I can apply for a job there. Their stuff always blows me away *droool*

  9. A refreshing back to the basic compositions that emphasize the content.

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