By purchasing overcapacity from international telecom networks, Fogg Mobile provides a fixed cost mobile data traffic service for people who want to avoid unexpected roaming bills when travelling abroad. Through the animate and evolving qualities of computer generated imagery and a combination of unbleached paper, stitching, flat coated colour and silver polypropylene, Fogg’s visual identity, created by Kurppa Hosk and developed by Bunch, delivers an interesting physicality and travel utility to a digital service alongside the more conventional technological cues of recurring geometric typographic form.
Ogopogo is a start-up that is introducing the boxed experience concept to the Croatian market. Their visual identity and packaging solution, developed by creative design agency Bunch, juxtaposes the corporate formality and geometric consistency of a simple sans serif logo-type with the bespoke, crafted and playful qualities of bright folded paper photography.
ITI Computers is a Croatian-based software company that specialises in the development of IT solutions for the leisure, tourism and hospitality sectors. Bound by a consistent typographic and monogrammatic design solution but divided by an organic and systematic contrast of context, creative agency Bunch developed a new visual identity for ITI and that of its leading management product Diventa which delivers an interesting richness to familiar technological cues.
Bernard Boutique is an award-winning fashion store with a thirty year history that mixes the latest collections from established brands such as Givenchy, Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney with the work of new upcoming designers. The boutique’s new visual identity, recently developed by creative design agency Bunch and extended across signage, bags, boxes, tags and other in-store collateral, contrasts a bold and masculine logo-type solution with the tactile and feminine detail of the collaterals.
Hidden is a recently refurbished nightclub located in south London. Their new identity, developed by creative design studio Bunch is a simple logo-type ‘hidden’ and revealed by an expanding and contracting visual device.
Peter Bailey Company is an international representative of unique and talented photographers and digital artists. Established in 1982 it has offices in London and New York and commissions editorial work for a global client base. Their new identity designed by creative agency Bunch utilises negative space in the creation of a colourful PB monogram.
The Star of Kings is a pub and live music venue located near Kings Cross, London and the sister pub of The Star of Bethnal Green. As part of their recent renovation they approached creative design agency Bunch to develop their new identity, stationary and promotional materials.