The consultancies say they both pitched initial concepts to 100% Design owner Media 10 based around the concept of balance. 
 Media 10 then asked them to work together on the branding, with Form developing the visual marketing and Thomas Matthews developing the look and feel and layout of the show. 
 Form worked with photographer Sara Morris and stylist Sandy Suffield to develop the campaign for 100% Design, which features different products from the show all stacked up and balancing on each other. 

 Source: Design Week

The consultancies say they both pitched initial concepts to 100% Design owner Media 10 based around the concept of balance.

Media 10 then asked them to work together on the branding, with Form developing the visual marketing and Thomas Matthews developing the look and feel and layout of the show.

Form worked with photographer Sara Morris and stylist Sandy Suffield to develop the campaign for 100% Design, which features different products from the show all stacked up and balancing on each other.

Source: Design Week

The noise of a scribble on a sketchbook, a sip on a coffee cup, crumbs of chocolate and a hammer. Imagine entering artist’s private world full of treasure fragments scattered around where mundane objects meet imagination.  Making Sense  is an exhibition that presents an insight on creative and diverse ways of thinking and working. Based on interaction, through a specially designed game for the audience to take part in at the opening event, it aims to bring the public and the artist closer. 
 It is a collaborative exhibition between Illustration and Jewellery& Silversmithing final year BA (Hons) students from The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design and will take place in The Parker Gallery, 41-71 Commercial Road, London , E1 1LA 
 Take part and join us for tea and cake from 6-8:30pm, on Thursday 10th January 2013

The noise of a scribble on a sketchbook, a sip on a coffee cup, crumbs of chocolate and a hammer. Imagine entering artist’s private world full of treasure fragments scattered around where mundane objects meet imagination. Making Sense is an exhibition that presents an insight on creative and diverse ways of thinking and working. Based on interaction, through a specially designed game for the audience to take part in at the opening event, it aims to bring the public and the artist closer.

It is a collaborative exhibition between Illustration and Jewellery& Silversmithing final year BA (Hons) students from The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design and will take place in The Parker Gallery, 41-71 Commercial Road, London , E1 1LA

Take part and join us for tea and cake from 6-8:30pm, on Thursday 10th January 2013