Centre of Democracy
‘South Australians can claim and celebrate a number of significant democratic milestones. These include the radically democratic Constitution of 1856, which gave all men, including Aboriginal men, the right to vote – by secret ballot. In 1894, South Australian women were the first in the world to be able to stand for parliament.’
The Counter Press
Celebrated chef Claude Bosi joined Sir Terence Conran to reinvent the famed Bibendum restaurant in London. The Counter Press have created a new identity inspired by the architecture and fabric of the building. The logotype is an interpretation of the beautiful tiled lettering that sits at the top of either side of the building with the Michelin Man character playing a charming supporting role within the brand.
London Tea – Duty Free Packs
London’s airport duty free shops tend to be filled with horrible products covered in bad London clichés. This range of teas from The London Tea Co take this clichéd language (beef eaters, city bankers, policemen etc) and create a charming set of collectible tins. Based on the simple idea of the classic consequences game – combining heads, bodies and legs to make fun combos and lend a memorable twist.
Bog Eyed Books
Baxter & Bailey
The simple playfulness of this Bog Eyed Books identity is absolutely spot on. Bog Eyed is the brainchild of renowned children’s book author and cartoonist Gary Northfield and his Wing Commander Nicky Evans. Gary and Nicky decided to create a platform to service the current boom in British comics for children. Baxter & Bailey say ‘With a gift of a name, the logo almost designed itself’. The best ideas usually do …