International publishing house, Pan Macmillan, invited us to create an illustrative treatment and series of wall decals to promote its latest release, ‘Tell the Wolves I’m Home’.  The designs were based on visualising important imagery and symbols from within the novel, which were then translated into vinyl artwork to decorate the walls of and street door entrance to Pan Macmillan’s reception.

Whilst redesigning the brand identity for aspex, one of the South West’s foremost contemporary art spaces, we worked on creating new signage to direct visitors from town, and around the organisation’s building and gallery.

Meltree Properties asked us to come up with a new name and vision for Margate’s old sweet shop, which the company were proposing to develop into artists’ studios and a gallery.  The outcome was ‘The Humbug’, and the brand identity and mock-up designs for the facade reflect both the building’s heritage and plans for a bright future.

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

Chunky Punch Productions approached us to create set design elements for the TV studio for Sony Pictures International’s ‘Snaparazzi’, an Italian game show aimed at young filmmakers.  We also designed the show’s brand identity and website, which you can see here, and the title animations, which you can watch here.

The Royal College of Peadiatrics & Child Health is the umbrella organisation for the David Baum International Foundation (DBIF), a charitable organisation helping to improve child health in disadvantaged areas of the world. Working closely with the DBIF, we developed exhibition graphics and a website to help promote the fantastic work carried out by the charitable foundation.

Turner Contemporary commissioned Studio Baum to create exhibition graphics and signage for its ‘Inspiring Spaces’ exhibition, made by and for young people, in collaboration with The Beany in Canterbury and Stour Valley Arts.

Canterbury Christ Church University asked us to create interior wall designs for its new Broadstairs campus.  Using the University’s mission statement and brand colours, and a typographic treatment made up of graphics that depict elements of the courses on offer, we created giant bespoke acrylic words that adorn the walls of the new building.

Canterbury Chirist Church University asked us to create an identity and signage for its new student bar, Horizons. The outcome was a sharp, typographic logo and high-gloss acrylic signage.