The Bearpit Social commissioned us to give them a brand overhaul. They wanted a fresh, and fun identity that they could roll out across packaging, stationery and interiors. So we gave them this!

This is a collection of some of our favourite logo and mark work to date.

Brotherton Real Estate approached us to develop them a new, slick brand identity and fully responsive website. The outcome was a geometrically inspired logo with accompanying website with stylised cubist photographs.

Click here to visit the website.

David Minns, AKA Bristol’s Local Tailor, approached us to craft him a sophisticated brand identity for his new venture Brown in Town. Using old tailoring paraphernalia and cloth, combined with a rich golden colour palette, we created him a suave identity and website to match his debonair self.

Click here to take a look at his website - maybe even book yourself a consultation!

We were commissioned to create a unique and flexible identity for the Platform Graduate Awards. This is an initiative set up by CVAN (The Contemporary Visual Arts Network), with five galleries in South East England – aspex, De La Warr Pavilion, Modern Art Oxford, MK Gallery, and Turner Contemporary, to showcase the new work of recent art school graduates.

Pan Macmillan approached us to name and create a brand identity for it’s new online hub for women’s fiction.

We ran a brainstorming workshop on site to help the team behind the inititive come up with a name and strap line. The team came up with The Window Seat - it’s time to relax with your next good book.

Once the project was named, we were tasked to developed a brand identity and style guide for use on the hubs printed and online materials.

The lovely folk from The Bristol Cheesemonger approached us to come up with a new brand identity for their fledgling business.

The owners of Delicatezza approached us to develop a brand identity and packaging design for their new online Italian deli.

MITSU is a revolutionary Internet television station.  The team at MITSU approached us to design and develop them a new brand identity to reflect the innovative nature of its being; so we created an icon using diagonal lines that represent the fields that make up digital video.

After a fantastic three-way pitching process (read more about it here) we began working with aspex to redesign and develop its brand identity.

The outcome was to become a vibrant and accessible identity that has helped to bolster aspex’s reputation as one of the South West’s most interesting and respected contemporary art spaces.

This was a complete brand overhaul and so we designed everything from the building’s way-finding signage and website to its stationery and promotional print.

Located in an old print works in the historical seaside town of Margate, Crate is an artist-led studio complex and project space supporting contemporary visual art practice and research in East Kent.  The organisation approached us to create its logo, which was to be very simple, clean and textual.  The outcome is a typographic treatment based on the original signage etched into the stone work above the entrance to the building.

Award-winning Hungarian winemakers, Weninger, approached Studio Baum to brand its new, limited edition range of wines, Saybritz. The brief was to develop a minimal identity and label that represented the handing down of the Saybritz grape from generation to generation within the Weninger family.

Photo courtesy of Weninger.

Studio Baum worked alongside talented new director, Simon Welsford, to achieve his vision for the publicity launch of ‘Jetsam’, his groundbreaking directorial debut feature film.  We created a typographic treatment for the film’s title that reflected the intense storyline, and a poster.  Jetsam has since collected numerous industry awards and critical acclaim, and was premiered at the Times BFI 51st London Film Festival 2007. 

Logo featured in ‘Los Logos 4’ published by Gestalten.

Silver River TV approached us to produce the branding, title animation and round graphics for its new pilot TV programme, ‘Opposites Attack’.

Studio Baum were asked to create a new identity and printed material for the ‘Big Sky’ events, including the internationally renowned ‘Big Sky Jazz Festival’.

Margate Town Partnership commissioned Studio Baum to create a brand identity and printed material to market its new initiative promoting the cultural and creative history of Margate. Drawing on the town’s unique heritage, the logo is based on the wooden structures that make up the supports for Dreamland’s Scenic Railway, the UK’s oldest roller coaster.

Studio Baum was invited to create a snappy marketing strategy to encourage outside investment in Margate. Using clichéd statements often used to describe down-at-heel British seaside towns, we shook things up and employed them to work for Margate, the original hip seaside town.  Working with clever copy, we designed a collection of bright, fun postcards and accompanying stationery using seaside stripes.

Studio Baum won a three-way pitch to create the brand identity for this new international television production company.  The brief asked that the logo represent the company’s unique punchy, youth-oriented programming using a character. Stationery was created to accompany the new identity, including hard-wearing plastic business cards.

Schools Council UK commissioned Studio Baum to rebrand its ‘Voicebox’ magazine, and produce two new directions for its primary and secondary school audiences. For the primary school magazine we devised the four ‘Voicebots’ characters that appear throughout the publication, whilst the secondary school design pursued a more edgy, comic book aesthetic.

Met Su Yan, a chain of exclusive sushi and noodle restaurants in London, asked us to devise a new brand identity for them. We based the concept around the lotus flower, creating a unique floral design for each element in their menu. The refreshed identity was rolled out online, in the restaurant interiors and through printed matter, including menus and stationery.

Studio Baum created a new identity and all accompanying marketing and exhibition material for Margate Rocks, a contemporary visual arts festival. This included the festival programme, posters and invitations, a website, way-finding signage, badges and exhibition graphics. The theme of the festival was ‘Arts & Ecology’, so we used the logo to create floral shapes that alluded to nature. All paper stocks were FSC accredited and printed using vegetable inks.

View the festival website here.