In Bed is an online store that is a celebration of almost everything we love to do in bed. It has a generous yet tightly curated collection of homeware items that include handmade ceramic and wood saucers, bowls and mugs created by Japanese and American designers, as well as a range of high-quality linens. In Bed worked with Australian design studio Moffitt.Moffitt to develop an identity that would reflect the effortless personality of the brand and its product range through a graphic, material and language system.
Simone Handbag Museum is dedicated to the history of handbags with ‘international significance’ and provides its visitors with a curated, contemporary and historical collection to explore over two floors at the centre of the South Korean city of Seoul. London based Charlie Smith Design were recently commissioned to develop a brand identity for the museum that would resonate with and unite its diverse collection across exhibition graphics, gallery guide, merchandise, posters, book, website, newsletters and temporary exhibition promotional material.
Flatpack is a film festival that sets up its projectors at interesting locations throughout the city of Birmingham during March and describes its events as a mixture of film, performance, contraption and surprises. Flatpack has been running annually for ten years whilst also developing year-round initiatives that include community archive projects, pedal-powered screenings, bespoke short film programmes, pub gigs and animation workshops.
London based design studio Dot Dash were commissioned to develop a new visual identity for this year’s Flatpack festival, which included a new name, logo, programme, promotional materials and merchandise, that would establish a strong, recognisable and flexibility foundation that could be built upon with each new event.