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NB Flowers designed by Karoshi

Logo design for florist NB Flowers by Karoshi

NB Flowers is a florist – founded by Neil Birks and located at London’s New Covent Garden Market – that specialises in corporate and private events, delivering value through a combination of ‘beautiful flowers, creativity, and a personable service’.

Multi-disciplinary design agency Karoshi were commissioned to ‘rebrand and reposition NB Flowers as one of London’s leading luxury event florists and capture the essence of the brand – classic with a contemporary twist’. In response the agency created a visual identity solution that, through a serif monogram, sans-serif by-line, purple and white substrates and a block foil print finish, delivers a simple and consistent communicative contrast that successfully draws out the organic detail of the photography utilised across NB’s collateral and website.

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Platform designed by Substrakt

Logo for London bar and restaurant Platform designed by Substrak

Platform is a bar and restaurant located on south east London’s Tooley Street that serves simple, honest food made from British farmed organic produce. Developed by digital design agency Substrakt, Platform’s visual identity mixes a simple logo-type with the iconic tiles once associated with London’s transport network, a key feature of the restaurant’s interior, to offer a more unique and sophisticated take on the organic and fair-trade dinning experience.

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Chow designed by Studio h

Packaging for UK based snack food brand Chow created by Studio h

Boutique design agency Studio h was recently commissioned to develop the visual identity and packaging for UK based snack food brand Chow and its first three products, Mini Chorizo, Beef Biltong and Queen Green Olives. Based around a non-format, cut and paste, mixed typographical approach and stamp texture, the design solution establishes a confident, quirky and playful brand personality while capturing the handcrafted quality and unexpected flavours of the product.

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