SI Exclusive: Golden

Apr 2nd, 2010
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SI Exclusive: Golden

SI Exclusive: Golden

SI Exclusive: Golden

SI Exclusive: Golden

SI Exclusive: Golden

SI Exclusive: Golden

SI Exclusive: Golden

SI Exclusive: Golden

SI Exclusive: Golden

SI Exclusive: Golden

Design Golden

[column width="48%" padding="3%"]Art In Unusual Spaces – Visual Identity
Golden collaborated with Project Space Leeds and Leeds City Council to create Art In Unusual Spaces, a public display of visual art exhibitions, installations and curiosities in shop units across the city centre.[/column] [column width="48%" padding="0%"]Bark & Bite – Brand Identity
‘Eye Candy’ was the theme for Golden’s rebrand for Bark & Bite, the Leeds-based motion design studio who were looking for a distinctive new brand identity. The design extended from stationery and a new website through to production slates and animated idents.[/column] [end_columns]

[column width="48%" padding="3%"]Golden – Together we are Golden
Self-promotional poster, featuring a still image from our website film.[/column] [column width="48%" padding="0%"]Lurpak – Font & Brand Guidelines
Golden worked with Fontsmith to create a new font, Lurpak Sans; we also produced a 160pp brand guidelines for the butter brand.[/column] [end_columns]

As promised, here is the big exclusive I’ve been talking about all week, a bumper selection of old and new projects by Golden, a UK-based design agency founded by Rob Brearley, Steve McKevitt and Francis Carolan.

Enjoy them while you can because Golden currently have no plans to launch a portfolio site. Why is that you ask? They prefer to showcase their work through other avenues – posters and books, for instance – leaving their site as a blank canvas for other Golden initiatives. Your heart may have sunk upon reading that but look at the bright side – I’ll be checking in with Frank every now and then to see what Golden have been up to ;) .

Have a great weekend people and keep a look out for more images on Flickr…


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6 Comments

  1. Luke

    Love it!

    Would be really interested to see what goes into a 160pp Brand Guidelines for Lurpak!
    Does that mean they actually got it printed? That would be impressive.

    Always wondered how agencies like North managed to convince their clients to print their brand guidelines, given how expensive it can be.

    Anyone know what that mono-spaced font is on the eye candy stationery? I need it in my life.

    L

  2. David

    Luke

    Glad you liked it! The Brand Guidelines for Lurpak were indeed printed:
    http://j.mp/lurpaksans
    http://j.mp/lurpakguidelines

    The mono-spaced font is Magda Clean Mono
    http://j.mp/magdaclean

  3. Luke

    Awesome — very impressed!
    Thanks for the links

    L

  4. David

    You’re welcome Luke :)

  5. gorgeous … all of it

  6. Like the new font tho the bowl on the lowercase a is a bit closed! :-)

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