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Opinion by Richard Baird.
Johnny Roxburgh is an entertainer and party designer working with the rich and famous nationally and internationally. He has over thirty years of experience and has held a royal warrant for the last nine. In the words of The Scotsman, Johnny is capable of turning the whims and fancies of the world’s wealthiest one percent into glittering realities. These have included, but are certainly not limited to, society weddings, balls and film premieres.
No matter how glamorous and glittering these parties may be, his brand identity, created by graphic design studio Bunch, and reaching across cloakroom and luggage tickets, is one of surprising restraint, small typographical flourish and usefulness, but also one with light-hearted and humorous potential.
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