Guy Bauer is a Chicago-based video production company ‘committed to creating stories that elicit feelings’. The company’s new visual identity, based around a quill logo – conveying their story-telling philosophy – a stationery solution that references the film industry in its layout and a deep green color palette, designed to convey depth and reliability, was recently developed by independent design agency Anagrama.
Calabuch is a Spanish agency that provides management and representative services to international actors, actresses and directors. The agency’s visual identity, developed by multidisciplinary design studio Tres Tipos Graficos, builds on a name created to evoke the Spanish and ‘golden age’ of fifties cinema through modernistic typography across the etched illustrative detail of a classic, hand-wound camera, a tactile collection of uncoated substrates and a bright but restrained two-tone colour-palette.
Tin Can is a Dutch production company that specialises in the ‘development and production of formats in the field of television, branding, online and events’. This on-screen and environmental multi-disciplinary ‘bridge’ is reflected through an identity solution, created by editorial and visual identity design studio COOEE., that pairs a simple sans serif logo-type with four horizontal lines which move across and consistently wrap both digital and physical surfaces.