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Podcast Branding

So, we are on week 6 of a UK lockdown – how are we all coping? Challenging hey! But vital for everyone’s health and well-being.

As a creative studio we’ve found it really encouraging how the creative community have met the challenge head-on and produced some wonderful campaign art. We’ve also witnessed the rise of the billboard and poster again. Brilliant! So many positive, hard-hitting messages out there at the mo, it is simply wonderful!

Over recent weeks we’ve also identified an increase in demand for our digital output – I suppose this is to be expected and welcomed! What is exciting is that people are using this opportunity to take the plunge and perhaps try things they wouldn’t normally do. We have witnessed a rise in home broadcasting and podcasts. Over the last week we’ve designed brand idents for political and environmental debates, gardening forums, scooter radio stationsfitness groups, mother & baby groups andmusic tutorials to name a few!

We love working in this reactionary way and seeing our artwork out there in the big wide world, doing its thing, long may this sense of adventure continue. Watch this space! Keep safe.

Roundness Podcast Ident
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Brave New World Online Competition Identity

Channel Spotify Playlist

Ever wondered what it is like to work in a design studio? What’s the atmosphere like? What music motivates the troops and gets the creative juices flowing? Why not follow and listen to our Spotify channel.

See: Lost & Found Playlist

There is an eclectic mix of music, from chilled soul music for concentration to funk and dance – there’s something for all! We also welcome your suggestions too.

You might also spot several songs from the likes of Ellie Goulding, Jorja Smith and Train that are actually called Lost & Found!

Street in the Park, Dorset

Street in the Park, Dorset is a collaboration between Activate Performing Arts and Weymouth College.

The aim and objective of the project is to take over Borough Gardens, Dorchester for one weekend only and host DJ competitions and Banksy-inspired installation performance. Budding young DJs will compete for a cash prize and the opportunity to perform in front of a local audience and a team of music professionals.

Lost & Found had the pleasure of branding this event and providing Activate with promotional literature.

Life Cycles & Landscapes

An ambitious three-year project from 2016-2019, Life Cycles & Landscapes was a partnership between Activate, producers of the Inside Out Dorset festival, artists And Now: and Landscapes for Life, the National Association for Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Lost & Found are working with this consortium to document this project and produce a beautifully crafted, hardback book, featuring essays, interviews and project imagery.

Betsy: Lost and Found

Once again, we welcome another track hitting the music charts named after our studio. Previously it was Ellie Goulding, now it is Betsy. See: YouTube

St John’s Smith Square

Throughout 2015, Lost & Found Creative – in collaboration with Phillip Southgate, Emily Penny, Caroline Jones and Richard Owsley – rebranded the London church and music venue, St John’s Smith Square.

In January 2016, the website launched, and was the last piece of the initial branded suite. It is great to see this venue go from strength to strength. We believe the rebrand has breathed life into this wonderful venue. Whilst retaining its sense of heritage, it has helped broaden the musical and educational offering, attracting a younger audience and range of performers.

Supporting some strong new messages and colours is a flexible visual language utilizing motifs from the architecture to form patterns. It is subtle and refined, historical, yet modern and intended to complement imagery of the performers and the venue. Used across all communications, the application of this graphic pattern can be toned up or down to have more or less graphical impact as appropriate. Time will tell, but we really think this brand approach and application has everything to evolve and grow as St John’s Smith Square continue on the next phase of the journey.