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SE8 Group
SE8 Group is British actor/director Gary Oldman's film and TV production house, named after his former postal code in London. The logo design draws upon Russian Constructivist style and the client's retro filmic interests. It was implemented to print collateral with embossing on the note card, letterhead and script cover. An animation in 3D by Pixar's Kristofir Klein was laid off to 35 mm film for use on feature film projects.
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Cohen Brown Management Group
Complete renovation of business Identity with an improved, coherent communication of brand. Design overhaul of a large ($55M) management consulting firm— from company logo and signage to print collateral, packaging, and support materials for business conferences. The far-reaching scope of this effort was achieved through the ongoing participation of several creative teams, and was carried through down to the company's end-product (customized employee training programs)—newly energized with streamlined editing and custom video graphics.
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Dragonette Ltd.
Identity development for Dragonette Ltd, a design showroom & interiors firm based in Los Angeles in the heart of the La Cienega Design Quarter. The client is well-known for their high-end mid century modern pieces, with an emphasis on the works of Billy Haines. Their distinctive design personality is conveyed by exterior awnings with crisp monochromatic striping and a logo fashioned from a hand-rendered 1930s style script. Print materials include business cards printed on a luxurious Strathmore Classic Crest 150 lb. stock and note cards featuring an embossed logo cartouche nestled in custom envelopes which reference the showroom's exterior stripes. A new website, designed by Cooperhouse and featuring an illustration by Victoria Molinelli, unifies and completes the brand deployment.
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Time Warner Communications
Art direction of TimeWarner logo I.D.and concept work
on "Imagine what's next" campaign, introducing new
services to TimeWarner cable customers. Also AD on
promotional template design used by cable operators,
to announce new programming and featured entertainment.
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