Crimping with attitude. Leo Burnett's luxury agency Atelier needed to create a typographic visual language for their GHD Christmas campaign that can be utilised across all media from outdoor to digital and instore. More than happy to oblige. Creative Direction: Scott Bradley
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.
Logotype and bold identity for commercial asset management company. The simple colour palette and black and white imagery were devised in order that a start-up might appear confident in a crowded business sector.
Forward-thinking production company Still Productions required a simple and elegant identity and website to present their portfolio of work. Rosie Lee evolved an unobtrusive yet confident logotype and neutral website design.
Trevor Robinson's advertising agency Quiet Storm were setting up a production company Quiet Storm Films and required an identity. With an open brief to create something subversive, the idea of erotic wallpaper was formulated. Using the skills of Illustrator David Bray an innocent looking wallpaper pattern was created which on closer inspection revealed something slightly more erotic. The identity was applied across all company material and website.