Junior recently designed a new identity and website for Local Color, the content creation and retouch studio based in Brooklyn, New York. The new identity features a custom logotype with geometric letterforms that sit comfortably alongside Local Color’s vivid portfolio. The secondary forward-slash references the e-commerce side of the business while the scaled down 'NY' serves to further magnify the 'pop' typography
A celebration of forward-thinking woman around the world. Naayib, the London based fashion label, merges a Scandinavian design sensibility with step-change product innovation. Multicultural in appeal, they see modesty not as a constraint but a design ethos. Naayib came to Junior looking for a brand identity, art direction, tone of voice and an e-commerce site.
Taking out the trash
Using the fish that most fishermen disregard, Trawler Trash is creating exciting contemporary cuisine and serving it over a traditional fish ‘n’ chip counter. The team approached Junior to frame their vision of a ‘gourmet fish & chip shop’ into a polished identity and an upscale shop fascia worthy of Islington's discerning Upper Street.
Sweet greens & blues
One of the 2 greatest bands on the planet, and close personal friends, Junior recently created a full suite of album artwork for the Treetop Flyers' third self-titled album.
Bags of finesseView website ＞
Bennett Winch and Junior have formed a close relationship right from the start of their accessory vision. They have now become one of London’s most exciting bag innovators. Selling globally, they have received praise for their attention to detail and use of domestic manufacturing.
Framing prestigious art identitiesView website ＞
There’s nothing we enjoy more than working alongside grown-ups who also colour in for a living. Junior's friends, The Ingram Collection, holds the largest privately owned, publicly exhibited collection of modern British art in the UK.
First Class Delivery, NYCView website ＞
Our friends across the pond, Modern Post NYC, recently approached the Junior team to redesign their identity and website. Known for their brutally minimalistic post-production aesthetic, MP wanted a serene gallery environment to showcase their world-class portfolio.
Constructing retail caves
Junior collaborated with the Vivobarefoot team on the interior design for their recently opened flagship store on Neal Street, Covent Garden, and in doing so, created the blueprint for their global retail experience. Junior provided a sketch intent as well as constant guidance, advice and support to the Vivo team throughout the entire process, from material finishes to furniture design to customer flow.
Great things come in twosView website ＞
Originally from academic backgrounds, the Perse Kaur twins have stormed the creative world by designing high-quality bespoke products that enhance our everyday lives. With eccentric and futuristic characters they’ve joined together, bringing twice the energy with them.
Dhu-ing something revolutionaryView website ＞
With research that spans literally mountains high, Dhu has fabricated performance clothing using 100% cashmere. From brand identity to lookbooks, Dhu and Junior have been collaborating with each other to revolutionise the meaning of cashmere.
Fork & Blade Group
Great forking work
Fork & Blade are a kooky bunch of Covent Garden venture capitalists and are the masterminds behind various acclaimed restaurants and cafés in London. Previously established as a handful of small businesses, they came to Junior with the idea of merging into one core investment group, thus Fork & Blade was born.