Here is our latest round up of great work that has been submitted to Feed, the section of the CR site where you can upload your own projects. We have some posters, an ad, a comic book, and some nifty lettering to share with you today, but first up are two rather fine identity projects…
Both the identities have been created by Stockholm-based design studio BankerWessel. The first, shown above and below, is for Fotografiska, a photography museum in Stockholm. BankerWessel’s design features a star-based logo which includes the F and M of the museum’s name. It is used imaginatively around the space, and also appears on items sold in the venue’s gift store. Read more on the project here.
Our second project from BankerWessel is for Swedish architect’s firm Alessandro Ripellino Arkitekter. The identity features a fairly simple yet distinctive logo, which is extended for use on the company’s stationery and also appears on the door of its offices. More info is here.
Onto advertising now, and two elegant posters for StudioCanal’s rerelease of the classic movie The Deer Hunter in the UK, by La Boca. More on the project is here.
Next up is a sweet ad for the National Trust, directed by Nice Shirt Films’ Liz Murphy. The ad does a good job of showing how the long weeks of summer can seem like an eternity when you’re a bored child. More info here.
Illustrator Cat O’Neil has created a graphic novel titled Returning Home which chronicles the tale of a young woman of British-Chinese heritage exploring her roots. The project is on display at the Coningsby Gallery in London until the end of this week. More info on the project is here.
We finish this round up with a selection of typographic pieces created by Sean Freeman for the packaging of All That Jazz, which has been rereleased by the Criterion Collection. More info on the project is here.
If you want to get your work seen by the CR team, just upload it to our Feed section. It costs nothing. Just go here to register. We will be posting regular updates of our favourite work submitted on the CR blog.