We created a new brand identity and website for East in 2007, which was very successful for them. They needed a bit of an overhaul last year, mainly to get their site fully functional on iPads and suchlike.
Fonts: We used a customised version of an unreleased typeface by Geoffroy Tobe for the logotype and Akzidenz Grotesk for everything else
This was the second Press Kit we created for Timberland, all printed by Team Impression with a lovely custom-made envelope. We’re currently working on a special hand-customised invite for their new collection.
Identity design for Future Poll, a global consumer and market research company operating alongside trend forecasters at The Future Laboratory. ‘Sexy Data’ was the brief in two words. The identity and stationery seen here are actually only a very small part of the job – reports, presentations, infographics and guidelines for the whole operation are also underway.
Fonts: We used a specially modified version of Aveny, created for the project by the wonderful people at A2-Type, as well as Replica and Pica.
Factories’ by John Spinks for Albam
We’ve known John for years, and so were very happy when he asked us to design this beautiful book of images for British clothing label Albam. They, almost uniquely in the 21st century, make all of their clothes in the UK, and the book documents that manufacturing process. This is hopefully the first in a series of books by Albam.
Fonts: AG Old Face
Pick Me Up 2011
Exhibition graphics, invitation and brochure for the annual contemporary graphic art fair at Somerset House.
Graphic design by No Days Off and Anthony Burrill.
This publishing company/record shop/performance space in West Smithfields needed a brand overhaul. We gave them a flexible identity that could be updated as the years went on. The inspiration for this job came from a quote by John Peel about The Fall: ‘always the same, always different’.
Fonts: Courier, Akzidenz Grotesk
We created a series of promotional mailers for this digital retouching/processing company, all printed on a very tactile paper from Fenner. You just can’t help Touching ‘em …
Fonts: Avant Garde
The W Project
Concept, identity design, curation and exhibition graphics for The W Project initiative.
Moritz is a German costume designer living and working in London. We met while working on Paloma Faith’s first album campaign, which Moritz created all the amazing outfits for. He needed an identity and simple holding page/blog design. We all liked the idea of ‘dressing up’ lots of Ms in costume, so spent a few happy days researching display typefaces and millions of hours editing them all down to the final selection.
Fonts: P22 Underground Demi, plus lots of odd display fonts
Today, it gives me great pleasure to share with you a tasty selection of old and new projects by environmentally friendly, London based graphic design consultancy No Days Off.
Founded in 2006 by Patrick Duffy and later joined by co-director Teo Connor, No Days Off are specialists in brand identity, design for print & publishing, exhibition graphics and web design. They achieve a high level of diversity by working from a foundation of thorough research, in-depth knowledge of print and production issues, and passion for their craft; every client receives a solution that is specially tailored to their unique criteria.
Thank you once again to Patrick for providing the high-res imagery in today’s feature and for being the true Gentleman that he is. He also insists you check out their blog (see below) :)
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