Beautiful and deceptively simple site for interior design company Something Yellow. We wanted to allow the content to shine through so keeping all platforms very clean and minimal with cheeky navigation and design twists throughout the site to reflect Something Yellow’s sense of joy in design and to create them an experiential environment as they do for their clients.
Looks, performs and functions beautifully from desktop to tablet and with a special mobile version we loved designing and creating this gem. From the trick of the eye transition fade intro, to the mobile menu rollover, this site is full of surprises!
Full 360 branding fun for this New York style pizza joint, first in Dalston then Boxpark Shoreditch and most recently Camden Stables Market. Summer sees their much loved mobile pizza van doing the rounds too!
Playful and tasty with the interior colour explosion already set from Architects Brinkworth, we thoroughly enjoyed creating a striking branding and visual language for them to match and all the assets that it extended out to : menus, decals, order pads, a custom pizza classification and all the neon signage for the exterior – calling you in off what was a dark Kingsland Road and now has definitely started a lights competition since.
Check the website we made them to see what’s on the menu in each location and if you haven’t visited yet, GO. It’s the kind of slices you dream of.
Glo Retreats, a woman’s only series of mind, body and soul spaces throughout the year through running, meditation, mindfulness, diet and yoga. As founder Ola puts it herself ‘a place to go to glow from the inside out; a place to go to to grow, nourish, heal and transform.
Video shot on location at Glo Ibiza 2016 Yoga Retreat.
NOTION Issue 70 was our second issue as part of their rebrand and relaunch.
The content and readership went from strength to strength on the back of the last issue so this was an absolute joy to pull together and let all the super talent inside shine through. Working again alongside Ann Griffin from Studio Rubic to bring it to the forefront of printed design.
With everything we put in place for them during this whole 360 brand process – from social to digital to in-house materials, were each as important as each other, vital to their re-invention and will serve them well into their next chapter as a magazine.
Get your copy of NOTION Issue 70 here
This was an exciting two part project for the music producer and Dj Goldroom.
First was to rebrand with a new logo and icon that we could push through and work with in a 3D environment. The second part of the project was to create the epic film world of Goldroom – 90 minutes of live visuals.
The final piece is an epic journey over mountains, under the sea, into caves and across the desert; through day to night, sunset to sunrise and into space. An immersive cinematic piece these visuals are still an integral part of Goldroom’s unique aesthetic and sound.
Debuted at Webster Hall, New York 2014.
Director – Liz Bisoux
Video – Liz Bisoux / Sharna Osborne
3D – Christian Mann
Edit – Liz Bisoux
Shot on location in the Canary Isles & New Zealand
Additional footage shot by David Urbina in Joshua Tree & Palm Springs
Big love to Jumal Dauda & Josh Legg
Housed in an 18th century pub in the heart of De Beauvoir Town, Duke’s Brew and Que combines Logan Plant’s obsession with authentic American BBQ and great beer.
PartyLine was brought in to give the brand a whole new look and feel to reflect it’s status as one of the best BBQ and craft beer establishments in London.
We 360’d them from Art direction for all images, to working on the exterior look and signage, all social and digital promotions as well as all printed assets. The finishing touch for the brand was their online face designed for ease and speed of booking a table or locating the venue as well as being informative for those wanting to know more about the history, the methods of smoking and interact with the brand socially.
If you love meat & beer… we highly recommend a visit.
DALSTON SUPERSTORE DRINKS
Drinks menu for Dalston Superstore.
Wipe clean soft touch laminate Z gate folded squares of joy.
The latest design is to crossover summer to festive winter vibes, the softer colours were to coinside with a new interior colour palate inspired by food, courtesy of Darkroom with design based on the interior of the venue at the time.
Branding and Art Direction for HUXLEY’s new record label No Idea’s Original.
Setting the tone for the label with super flexi branding and a stand alone icon was important. Huxley sums up the labels concept perfectly in the Mixmag interview : “It’s called No Idea’s Original because I kept getting asked for ‘concepts’ for things and found it exasperating. Everything has to have an ‘original concept’ these days, or so people in the music industry will tell you, and it’s bollocks – not least because no idea is original these days. Just putting music out or doing parties because you want to and are passionate should be enough.”
A final tasty package was put together of Digital Packshot, 12″ Vinyl cover + inner, online data capture single webpage and a digital social media pack. If the last release is anything to go by this label is going to do big things in 2016.
Tommy’s Trashed World Tour was going to be epic, all elements of the experience had to be cohesive from show to show.
From outside marketing both printed and digital, social and advert banners on various sites down to the detail of branded live visuals as well as cutouts that were used by both the dancers and the crowd.
A custom 3 part site designed to house Charlie’s Haute Coiffure Art Collections as well as his Editorial, Video and Exhibition work in a slick portfolio with a link through to his own online magazine portal, LE MAG.
We felt it was important to allow the user to explore the world of Charlie Le Mindu in an organic way so although the site design is streamlined and simple, there are many facets to navigate through and multiple ways to get there.
Fully responsive this site is a fun and interactive journey through his huge catalogue of work.
Notion Magazine, where fashion meets music, celebrated it’s 10th year with a total rebrand from us from top to bottom including a new glossy 260pg quarterly format.
The relaunch brought together a killer issue with Publisher Billy Hussein and Creative Director / Editor Alexis Knox with Art Direction and Rebrand by Liz Bisoux and Design, Layout and Realisation by Liz Bisoux and Ann Griffin from Studio Rubic. Along with all the other amazing new team Notion players – NOTION 69 blurs the lines between a Big Hits Music Mag and a Slick Fashion Glossy with direct and dynamic content and a strong visual style.
We also oversaw the Digital App version of the mag, working with the team at Get Contentment