Opinion by Richard Baird
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) was founded in 1899 and has established itself as a world leader in the fields of research and postgraduate education in public and global health. The university is made up of more than 4,000 students and 1,000 staff across 100 countries, and is one of the highest-rated research institutions in the United Kingdom.
With a need to articulate a broad offering across both education and research, in a more relevant and engaging way, and a desire to become the first choice for research partners and prospective students amongst increasing competition, LSHTM worked with Spy to develop a new graphic identity that would link a wealth of printed assets. These included, reports, brochures and prospectuses, business cards, flyers and posters.
Opinion by Richard Baird.
Den Norske Filmskolen (The Norwegian Film School) provides a broad range of practical film courses taught by a full-time teaching staff and guest lecturers and instructors with active careers in the national and international film industries. It is the only one of its kind in Norway, developed as a separate department at Lillehammer University College in 1997 and now part of Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences. Courses cover film direction, screenplay, cinematography, sound and production design, digital design and documentary making.
With a desire to better articulate the “energy and vision” of the school, and to help them better differentiate themselves, foster emotions and reflect their role in producing the filmmakers of the future, Den Norske Filmskolen worked with Scandinavian graphic design studio Neue to develop a new graphic identity that would work onscreen and in print. This links a variety of assets that include posters, banners, tote bag and website.