Balenciaga and Gucci
Rob Duncan:

Gucci and Balenciaga joined forces to share their fashion ideas through 'The Hacker Project'. To promote this campaign graffiti was used to adorn the facias of 74 Balenciaga stores as well as bespoke shopping bags and limited edition products. Confusing and delighting shoppers while keeping security guards on their toes was a perfect, unexpected way of drawing attention to these iconic luxury brands.

Food Society
Bleed
Dominic Hofstede:

A simple idea executed well by Bleed. The Food Society logo embodies the idea of community; the collective ‘O’ represents the shared point where different kitchens come together under one roof in Norway's only “dine-in-first” restaurant concept.

Proof of Delivery
Ricky Adam
Lyam Bewry:

Love the latest project from Leeds-based photographer Ricky Adam that documents the wild assortment of photographs taken by courier drivers as part of their job to prove the delivery of their packages.

FA Cup Royal Mail Stamps
The Chase
Lyam Bewry:

The Chase pushing the format of special edition British stamps – by removing the typical white-space on one edge, they've created goal posts around each image.

Vevo
Porto Rocha
Lyam Bewry:

Graphic identity designed by Porto Rocha for Vevo – the leading music video network. It features a graphic system (reminiscent of flicking through album art on the iPod) that flexes and rolls out beautifully across the touch-points.

Achilles Hell Run Club
Oliver Hilliker
Lyam Bewry:

Branding by designer Oliver Hilliker for Achilles Hell and its Run Club. Simply by using the slanted cut of the font, the Run Club get a high energy look whereby the 'R' legs are a perfect visual manifestation of running.

Brikfont
Craig Ward
Lyam Bewry:

Craig Ward has created an art series called Brikfont where the artist recreates iconic typography and typefaces using only Lego pieces.

Theatre Royal, Sydney
Christopher Doyle and Co.
Rob Duncan:

A clever symbol, a crown motif extracted from Nervi’s ceiling design, sits at the centre of the identity, intrinsically linking the architecture of the theatre, its name, and its location on King St. Perfect location and perfect copywriting as well.