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Film4 reinvents the movie channel ident
Film4, the UK’s number one movie channel, has revealed a refreshed on-air brand identity that draws cleverly on the traditional film strip.
A reinvention of the channel’s pre-existing idents, which were introduced when Film4 became free-to-air in 2006, the new idents, shot across five different locations, pay homage to moments of cinematic history whilst including covert references for the more discerning film fan. (How many can you spot?)
The idents were conceived, designed and directed by independent design agency ManvsMachine under the creative directorship of Daniel Chase, head of on-air promotions for 4Creative, Channel 4’s own creative agency.
source: Creative Bloq
The branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website.
By Lily Clark
L U T H I A is a Buenos Aires based firm. It sells handmade, detailed and artisanal backpacks and totes. Through a simple yet elegant design we tried to communicate the brand atributes of simplicity, happiness and quality. We achieved this through a minimal and tactile aesthetic; white & grey palette, porous & pure white paper and embossing. It is a minimalistic and aesthetically pleasing brand.
Violeta is a traditional Argentinian bakery located in the well-off neighborhood of Las Lomas de San Isidro in the outskirts of Buenos Aires. Named after its founder, Violeta creates beautiful, hand-crafted bread, cakes and pastries. With more than 30 years in the hearts of the people of Buenos Aires, Violeta now plans to start up franchises in Miami, Florida.
We designed Violeta’s new identity with the mission to communicate quality and sophistication without losing approachability.
Our proposal draws inspiration from Buenos Aires’ coat of arms: an oval with two ships sailing over Rio de la Plata and a dove flying above them. We multiplied the dove by three in celebration of Violeta’s three decades of fantastic bread. We kept the lines depicting the Rio de la Plata and used them not only in the icon, but all over the brand in four different patterned textures. We chose violet to match the naming and to keep the brand fresh and feminine. The copper foil is not only a nod towards Violeta’s excellence, but it also refers to the toasty color of bread right after it leaves the oven.