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We have just prepared this exciting proposal for a new snack food to launch in the UK, roasted corn. In response to quite an open brief, we presented three concepts for the branding, packaging and potential advertising, each very different, to demonstrate the variety of ways this versatile product could be launched.

View the entire project here.

Some imagery used within the visuals are from Getty Images and were used purely for concept visualisation.


We have just completed the branding for our new co-venture – Tamsin Allen has joined forces with Robert Allen, photographer, to create a new online photography and graphic art print gallery. We’ve worked extensively for months on this collaboration – the branding for it centres around the two owners, whose art is featured on the site; the logo is made from two overlapping shapes and a strong typeface – this boldness follows through to the graphics on the ecommerce site and social media sites (all of which we designed and built).
View the Website, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest sites.

Simple but extremely effective / by Renata el Dib.

I’ve always admired the Queen’s use of colour – come rain or shine, she is always beautifully turned-out in fully colour-coordinated outfits. And it seems I’m not the only one admiring her colourful style. Pantone and London ad agency Leo Burnett have collaborated and designed this lovely wheel of colour, with the date and occasion of each outfit worn carefully labelled. You can read more about it here.

Loving this colourful, modern and fresh new identity for Mohawk by Pentagram. More here

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