Davina Peace — Identity
Davina Peace is a luxurious and ethically responsible beauty brand for our times. We created her identity and packaging, which launched last November at Harrods.
New Statesman Magazine Redesign
Le Beauvallon — Marketing Materials
Le Beauvallon brings back La Belle Epoque to the bay of St.Tropez. The famous old estate has been returned to its former glory; we’ve created all the online and offline marketing materials to celebrate its opening later in 2011.
Royal Academy of Arts magazine — Redesign & Art Direction
Last week the Modern British Sculpture show opened at the Royal Academy. Richard Long had no hand in our cover for this latest issue.
Max Rollitt — Website
Max Rollitt is an antique dealer, upholsterer and interior designer known for his classically refined yet informal style. His new website we designed reflects his distinctive approach.
Eadweard Muybridge — Exhibition Graphics
The Eadweard Muybridge show was one of the most popular exhibitions of last year. The Tate Britain commissioned us to design the campaign and the exhibition graphics.
A small but considered selection of new work from Mr. Weidmann makes its way onto SI today, imbued with his contemporary Swiss flavour and a keen eye for typography, art direction and layout.
I guess you could say this feature was kept deliberately short and sweet, so that you (dear reader) would be forced to check out this larger feature on Micha’s work which is packed with more branding and print projects. FYI – 18 images in a single feature was considered a lot back then ;)
Enjoy and thank you once again to Mr. Micha Weidmann for providing the high-res imagery.
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