Crafty corner shop stocked with felt goods - by artist Lucy Sparrow
BBC Asian Network Identity
This is KentLyons’ work on the ident for the BBC Asian network… a simple idea executed really well. The colours look incredible. I like it a lot.
"Combining the key elements of summer, music and British Asian culture, the campaign concept centres around vibrantly coloured powders and spices exploding to life on a pounding bass speaker.
KentLyons created the logo, bespoke typeface, photography and video – which will feature across outdoor and social media, with activity concentrated in London and Manchester.
It was important to keep the campaign fun and appeal to all ages. The logo incorporates motifs inspired by decorative floral pattern work and painterly typography from Indian street art.”
More on KentLyons website.
What is it?
"Hello Lamp Post is an experimental, city-wide platform for play”
What is it?
To talk to an object, send a text message to 0117 325 9898 with a message in the format “
Hello OBJECTTYPE #OBJECTCODE”. For example: “
Hello lamppost #325" or "
Hello post box #BS2032”, and the conversation begins.
Strike a pose
Via the dieline… “Kokeshi Match started as a product of pure creativity. In 1994, as a part of a group exhibition, Kumi Hirasaka drew faces of KOKESHI (traditional Japanese wooden dolls) on each match by hand. In 2000, Kokeshi Matches are mass produced and later expanded into various designs such as chicks, piggies, cats and cranes.” Kokeshi website here.