Commissioned by Rockford Asset Management to overhaul the entrance and reception of their City Road, N1 building. The main focus was to reconfigure the space from a functional point of view by moving the main stairs and repositioning the reception. Two bespoke reception desks where designed and created, alongside a new lighting scheme and wall graphics.
The God of Neon, Mr Chris Bracey from Electro Signs came to talk to Leo Burnett. He brought a few of his favourite pieces from his extensive collection of signage and original art pieces from 'God's Own Junkyard' in E17, London.
Initial identity elements for Leo Burnett Group UK brand identity which uses the iconic Alpha 245 pencil as a starting point . The identity will be rolled out globally to encompass all businesses within the Leo Burnett global network of 104 offices.
Meet Maria, the Leo Burnett 'Leo Cornett' ice cream van. Created for the Cannes Lions Advertising Festival 2012 with the intention of supplying ice cream to all and sundry during the festival. Creative: Ben Newman & Milo Williams, Design: Andy Allen.
Satoshi Minakawa photographed a Lego inspired model of London's iconic Piccadilly Circus for Check, the Advertising Association's and Turner Media Innovations initiative to ensure regulations are adhered to when advertising to children. The finished ad ran as a DPS in Campaign. Executive Creative Director: Justin Tindall, Model Maker: Ben Miller.
Photographed the exhibition of the iconic Rowley Way (Alexandra & Ainsworth Estate), London which was held at the Residents Hall on the estate. The original architect, Neave Brown, gave a walking talk and answered questions about the Grade II Listed residential structure.
The Pantone Puzzle was proposed as a submission to the Late Tate night, Off The Wall at Tate Britain. The installation was based on the idea of reducing iconic paintings down to a signal colour. This colour would then be used to create large and limited edition puzzles in conjunction with Pantone. People at the event would participate in completing the puzzles and working out which paintings the colours came from.