We are a start-to-finish editorial design team taking care of all aspects of book design from concept and art direction through to page layout and pre-press.
Environmental branding is branding for cities, a visual glue for large outdoor schemes. We collaborated with landscape architects LDA Design to devise a series of visual signatures for a range of city centre improvements.
We named, branded and designed an award-winning product line for our friends at The Boatyard Distillery.
We helped create planet BrewDog designing the brand identity, guidelines and visual system, mostly without a mac.
We love a challenge and a two week tour of China and a completely foreign typeface didn't phase us (much).
We designed and developed a purposefully non-corporate, progressive brand identity inspired by the idea that Hold The Vision is a mantra often used within the sector of urban regeneration.
A geometric configuration of symbols meet kaleidoscopic colours for this distinctive cannabis brand.
Our first client, our work for Compass Box comprises trade stands, label design, books and infographics.
United Creatives worked closely with master whiskymaker and blender Dhavall Gandhi to create the Dhavall Gandhi Whisky brand.
When craft beer for the people needed the craft of graphic design, we rebranded beer heroes BrewDog.
The geometric symbol behind the London Distillery Co. sets out a curious mind and date of inception.
Working closely with Japans leading bartenders we fused Japanese visual culture with vintage Victoriana.
We art directed a range of movies and wine labels all aimed at telling the story of the life of a man called George.
We worked with landscape architects to create a hard-hitting case study for change and regeneration.
The link between architecture and graphic design fascinates us and it started with this project for Goldsmiths.
We created the Street Feast brand and lots of event collateral including fake cash and an airport departures board.
We love to brand buildings and our work for Park Hill directly references the architects brutalist plan.