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    Cinerama Mural Artwork by Invisible Creature

    Amazing mural illustration artwork by Invisible Creature for Seattle’s historic and iconic cinema theatre Cinerama. It’s great to see such strong branding artwork applied in such diverse ways across architecture, signage, print and motion graphics. “In the beginning … there was passion, manifested only as doodles in the margins of school text books. From very…

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    Garden Room Design and Build Portfolio Website

    For over 40 years Marston & Langinger has built a reputation for creating luxury garden rooms with exquisite style. The name Marston & Langinger is synonymous with beautiful, bespoke garden rooms that create exciting new living spaces. In a collaboration with Leaping Cow we have developed a brand new online identity for Marston and Langinger with…

  • Construction Industry Portfolio Website Design

    Pegasus Builders are a progressive construction company with a focus on restoration of period properties and construction of new bespoke homes. Pegasus asked us to help develop their online identity. Work included creation of a responsive CMS based portfolio website to showcase their diverse projects. Pegasus

    Marilyn Mugot Nighttime Photography

    When Parisian fashion photographer and graphic designer Marilyn Mugot joined Instagram, she suddenly had a newfound creative outlet for her artistry. Inspired by the cinematography of films by Ridley Scott and Stanley Kubrick, she soon found herself traveling the globe and shooting new perspectives of urban landscapes. Primarily working after the sun goes down, her…

  • Sydney Opera House Rebrand

    Beautiful motion and typography for thew new Sydney Opera House identity  designed by the Sydney office of Interbrand in collaboration with Collider for motion work and Studio Laurenz Brunner (who designed Akkurat and Circular) for typography. [We] created Shifting Perspectives — a brand idea that inspires conversation around culture and art, and helps visitors understand there’s…

    Laurent Kronental’s Souvenir d’un Futur

    Brilliantly brutal architecture from the 70’s and 80’s photographed by Laurent Kronental for his Souvenir d’un Futur series. This includes ‘Ricardo Bofill’s Postmodern Les Espaces d’Abraxas at Noisy-le-Grand and Emile Aillaud’s Cité Pablo Picasso at Nanterre’. Visit: http://www.laurentkronental.com/ Via: Dezeen

    Lost Destination by Stephen Millership

    These are really nice modern interpretations of traditional tourist posters themed around brutalist architecture.  A joint project by Dorothy and illustrator Stephen Millership. It’s difficult to pick a favourite but the Tricorn definitely makes me feel nostalgic. Destination is a new series of illustrated prints that celebrate the unique but often forgotten beauty of some…

  • Making the Leadenhall Building

    Paul Raftery and Dan Lowe have been working on a new time-lapse video documentumenting the construction of “the Cheesegrater”, a 225-metre skyscraper by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners in the City of London. This project follows their successful project covering the build of the Shard. “The movie by Raftery and Lowe frames the first six months of a year-long project…

    Mary Rose Museum

    The brutally stunning new museum housing the Tudor warship the Mary Rose opened at the weekend in an ‘elliptical timber-clad building’ designed by London office Wilkinson Eyre Architects. Set in the historic dockyard of Portsmouth, the Mary Rose Museum displays part of the ship that served the navy of King Henry VIII for 33 years before…