News of new work from Moving Brands is always welcome, especially on such a chilly morning. You will have no doubt already heard of this through the various media streams we all have access to these days but the new identity scheme produced for Hewlett Packard is well deserving of some ‘tique love. (More)
The best thing about the X Factor (UK version) finale last night was undoubtedly the light show and visuals the accompanied Coldplay’s performance on the Sunday night show. I wasn’t surprised to find out that they were the work of Matt Pyke / Universal Everything.
Out of the new Six site the project that stands out for me is the work produced for Brazilian cycling apparel brand Kirschner. (More)
The guys at Six have come up trumps with a top drawer redesign/update/evolution of their portfolio site. (More)
As regular visitors to Bitique will know, we are big fans of Rosie Lee here. And even though Chop has been a little slow off the mark giving us the heads up on this project we’re only too happy to give it the ‘tique love it deserves! (More)
As the first phase of a new shop/blog/community funding platform Glenn Garriock – of Atelier 1A and FormFiftyFive – has collaborated with a number of FFF regulars to produce this cracking calendar for 2012. (More)
Our good friends at Raw have just this very afternoon launched a brand spanking new studio website after fobbing us off for pretty much the whole year with a mere holding page. Rob and the guys have done a sterling job though and the featured work is every bit as good as you’d expect.
Brighton studio Transmission have updated with a number of new print projects including the cover design for the new Tom Waits book.
Some nice work here – including this identity project for The London Fields pub in Hackney, London – from graphic designer and art director Kevin Macey.