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Ki: A new turn of events…

Ki: A new turn of events…

Production company Ki Films approached Stylorouge to create a new logo to adorn their new website and spearhead their rebranding online. The word Ki (or chi) is derived from the Chinese for the ubiquitous life force, and was originally chosen to reflect an inherent interest and focus on martial arts. However, the company has evolved to embrace more music and commercial projects,which suggested a move away from the oriental calligraphic logo they previously had.
The new design was also introduced on their business stationery. Ki have just produced a terrific mini-drama for Helen Jane Long’s track When Angels Rise.

Back to the Summer Of Love for the Globe

Back to the Summer Of Love for the Globe

Photo: Irina Ionesco

We were delighted to be asked by Shakespeare’s Globe in London to create the branding for Summer of Love, this year’s summer season at the iconic theatre. The brief was to marry the spirit of the original 1967 Summer of Love (on it’s 50th anniversary) with the ongoing celebration of diversity that is at the heart of Globe creative director Emma Rice’s manifesto for the theatre in general. It resulted in some unexpected poster visuals, and has been a hugely enjoyable project to work on. Stylorouge is also currently working on marketing for the theatre’s other 2017 productions, details of which are yet to be announced.

Pictured here are the main brand identity and the poster image for the production of Boudica, featuring photography by Irena Ionesco