We have created the new logo for Classical Music Design. They wanted an elegant but strong icon that incapsulated their close ties to classical music but also a fluid and dependable edge to their design. The metronome has been broken down to it’s simplest form of just a few lines to show the basis of how CMD approach projects, removing all clutter and taking a design back to it’s simplest form and then building from there. The icon in it’s static
We have created the new branding and website for The Agency. The company represents a spectrum of writers and directors working across film, television and theatre, from those at the peak of their careers to others who are just setting out. The logo development started with the question ‘How far do we take the new logo’ – just a slight update of the original logo, or a larger leap to change things completely? After developing various options, The Agency decided it was time for a
The new brand for London based non-invasive cosmetic surgery clinic Dr Michael Prager has now launched. The logo needed to be relevant to more than just the clinic itself as the brand and reach extends further than this. We created a complimentary colour palette which is light and hints at cosmetics but also appeals to both males and females whilst maintaining a slight bias to the female market.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could sit in the pub, sip your pint and listen to the most incredible scientists explain their recent discoveries? Pint of Science is a new science festival for the general public that was held in 15 different pubs in London, Oxford and Cambridge over three days in May. They are currently planning the 2014 festival which will be even bigger and better.
We were asked by the organisers to create a fun and interesting logo that fully encompassed the nature
We have created the logo and branding for exciting new Intellectual Property protection tool The IdeaSafe – the tool allows anyone with an original idea to protect it before they show it to an individual or company, taking away the worry of sharing a great logo, pitch, business plan, storyboard….. anything. The logo needed to hint at the security and protection without focusing too much on the legal and somewhat daunting side of Intellectual Property protection but in a friendly and creative feel way that
Approached to create a stylish, professional, simple and clever logo the outcome was a roundel logo combined with a subtle logotype. Openeye specialises in looking deep and focuses on finding solutions to unusual problems, so we wanted to bring all this into the logo but without the obvious link to an eye. The final logo uses a combination of an “O” mixed with a sight and the touch of the top highlight to bring this all back to the eye. The colour palette has been
Sane & Able have created the new logo and website for Classical Violinist Johannes Pramsohler. “We wanted to make a logo that was very simple and bold but also has something different from the design usually created for classical and especially baroque musicians”. The new logo will be launched in parallel to his new website which is based around a stark contrast between the three bold colours Black, White and Lime. The logo needed to sit within the website design and not fight too much
Blue Dot is a digital social currency that records and rewards the great actions we do for others, with great stuff for free. It utilises popular culture to motivate & enable millions of consumers to participate in creating positive global change.
The logo takes it’s inspiration from the short film by Carl Sagan ‘Pale Blue Dot’. Which looks at the world from space and how significant this can make it seem, whereas the reality is quite different.
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“Sane & Able has created branding and the website for Blue Dot, an initiative which rewards people for charitable activities and giving, using a new Blue Dots online currency.
Users can collect the Blue Dots by donating through the Just Giving online donations scheme, and can then exchange the currency for goods such as books, CDs and films. The scheme has been set up by Chris Ward, creative director for Comic Relief.”
The 2011/12 season marks Lionel Bringuier’s fifth season with the Los Angeles Philharmonic in the newly created position of Resident Conductor of the orchestra, further deepening his ties and commitment to an institution and artistic team to which he has shown deep affinity his entire career. The season also represents his final season as Music Director of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León in Valladolid, Spain.