Sébastien Bertrand is a contemporary art gallery – located on Geneva’s Rue du Simplon street – that has curated work from artists such as Cynthia Westwood, Sam Kaprielov and Tom Fruin. The gallery’s identity, designed by visual communications and graphic design studio Neo Neo, mixes a humanist sans serif logo-type built from a bespoke web font, a monochromatic colour palette and uncoated substrates to achieve both a contemporary arts and crafts sensibility and on-line functionality.
Gorilla is a production house considered to be Wales’ largest provider of editing, mixing, grading and vfx services to the broadcast market. Gorilla recently underwent a brand identity transformation led by Cardiff-based Smörgåsborg, a firm that specializes in branding, strategy, and art-direction.
Guest Opinion written by Anthony Lane
Surname & Surname is a new consumer focused brand communications agency formed by London-based PR specialist Blue Rubicon. Their visual identity, recently created by NB Studio, utilises a simple but well executed typographical solution to deliver an alternating union of language which conveys professionalism, communicative creativity at its most elemental, and a thoughtful, evolving brand personality.