Love Magna is a Lisbon-based boutique production studio drawing on a wealth of talent through international partnerships in its delivery of custom CGI, production and post production services. The studio’s visual identity, a combination of an on-trend, uppercase sans-serif logo-type set along a radial baseline, stamps, stickers and hand embossed detail, unbleached board and screen printed textile tote bag, designed by Musa WorkLab, convey a individualised craft approach while the high quality perceptions of a gold, black and cream paper combination across the studio’s script booklet adds depth to the practicality and economy of the print work.
As well as providing space, Storyline, Norway’s largest film studio, offers a wide range of services which include, but are not limited to, set building, lighting, VFX, audio and video post production as well as costume and equipment rental.
Developed by Work In Progress, Storyline’s visual identity brings together the classic flourish of a script, the humanist qualities of hand drawn detail, a sense of practicality in the choice of secondary typeface and interior colour, and the spacial consideration and practical effects of the photography.
Bound by the energy of a bright colour palette, the identity manages to deliver a multi-faceted but cohesive solution that is distinctive and communicative, and extends across business cards, stationery, t-shirts and signage.
Multidisciplinary design studio Maud recently developed a new visual identity for screenwriter Belinda Nowell’s new publishing venture Boabel. Based around an open book / B monogram, a business card that uses orientation to draw out this duality and a weighty, ‘book-bound’, triplex material combination the solution places storytelling at the very centre of communication with a contemporary simplicity.