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Studio Feixen

Studio Feixen is an independent Design Studio based in Lucerne, Switzerland that creates visual concepts. We focus specifically on nothing in particular. Whether it’s graphic design, interior design, fashion design, type design or animation – as long as it challenges us – we are interested. We work internationally with clients like Nike, Google, Reebok or The New York Times as well as more locally with institutions like Wanderlust or the Nuits Sonores Festival in France, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Südpol or the Luzerner Theater.https://i1.wp.com/www.studiofeixen.ch/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/VLOW-StudioFeixen-Book-1.pnghttps://i1.wp.com/www.studiofeixen.ch/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/VLOW-StudioFeixen-2and3.pnghttps://i2.wp.com/www.studiofeixen.ch/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/BringYourGame-StudioFeixen-39-1.pnghttps://i0.wp.com/www.studiofeixen.ch/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/BringYourGame-StudioFeixen-33.pnghttps://i0.wp.com/www.studiofeixen.ch/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/NuitsSonores-StudioFeixen-Impression-3.pnghttps://i1.wp.com/www.studiofeixen.ch/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/NuitsSonores-StudioFeixen-Shirt-4.png

More designs at http://www.studiofeixen.ch/

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Clea Forkert

Forkert is an independent designer engaged in the creation of books, catalogues, visual identities, websites, posters and packaging. Her work is largely focused in the broad sector of culture. She has 12 years experience, having worked at communications agency Spencer Francey Peters, and Underline Studio where she held the position of Associate Creative Director.

She believe strongly in experimentation and collaboration. Her creative process involves looking beyond the specifications of each project to arrive at a meaningful solution through dialog and close partnerships.

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The Big Day

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This black and white themed wedding is taking place between two performers, she’s an actress and he’s a comedian. The pair want their wedding program to be like a performance program with their wedding party appearing as the cast. The running order of the day has been spilt into acts. The invitation follows the same theme and is presented like a theatre ticket with a perferrated end that can be used as the RSVP.

Pentagram rebrands London’s Old Vic theatre

old_vic_identity_017Pentagram's posters promoting The Old Vic's 2016/17 season“Matthew wanted [the identity] to feel emotional and raw,” says Pentagram partner Harry Pearce. “The typography is very simple, but it’s done with a huge amount of detail and craft and that’s the spirit you get from it … there’s a directness and optimism and self–confidence.”Pentagram's posters promoting The Old Vic's 2016/17 seasonPoster close-upPearce says the identity system was inspired by ghost signs and hand-painted type found on buildings around London. He also looked to The Old Vic’s archives in Bristol.

While the identity draws on vintage advertising, it avoids pastiche and instead feels fresh and contemporary. “That was our vision, to create something that felt very contemporary, but with one foot in the spirit of the past,” says Pearce.A statement by Matthew Warchus in The Old Vic 2016-17 season brochurePosters featuring images taken by Harry PearceA grid system created for postersStationery featuring The Old Vic's new logotype

Help

“Help! It is inspired by the Beatles song, but the same thing is another thing, it’s another song … With this concept ‘It’s not the same song,’ the project of self-promotion is developed, with the support replication of a limited edition vinyl with a number of details inside (business card, poster, sticker) and a CD with Corporate information. And to reinforce the concept, while corporate pdf read, it has designed a playlist with several versions of the song Help! Do you need somebody?”

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The Big Day – Wedding Stationery

A lovely project that I’ve just finished.

IMG_4900This black and white themed wedding is taking place between two performers, she’s an actress and he’s a comedian. The pair want their wedding program to be like a performance program with their wedding party appearing as the cast. The running order of the day has been spilt into acts. The invitation follows the same theme and is presented like a theatre ticket with a perferrated end that can be used as the RSVP.IMG_4917IMG_4918IMG_4921S & D Wedding programme-4day invent

Royal Court Theatre – Rebrand

The Royal Court Theatre in London, designed to communicate its reputation for staging experimental and innovative work by new playwrights. Lovers was asked to reflect the idea of ‘a theatre on the edge’ and developed a flexible system which sees its logo placed at the edge of print ads, stationery and communications, often running off the page.

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The idea of being on the edge also inspired wayfinding and signage in the theatre, with lettering applied to the corners of walls and bespoke icons cut off at the edges:

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