Bonjour! This is the very short story of a croissant, made entirely of paper and a touch of magic - just the perfect way to showcase what we can make and dream about daily at the Fiber Lab studio. Look closely and see that everything “edible” can be found at your local art supplies store!
* Milk in bottle - regular hole punch-outs (white paper) glued together
* Butter / Dough, rolled - paper boxes of various sizes
* Flour - finely cut twine
* Salt / Sugar - finely cut white paper
* Yeast - small hole punch-outs (light brown paper)
* Egg / Yolk / Milk stream / Dough, formed - paper origami and sculptures
* Water in bottle - glass beads
* Water in bowl - glass dome cabochons cabs
* Mixing dough - various beads, wood blocks, paper dodecahedra
* Pre-baked croissants: cork with laminated paper
* Baked croissant: various special wrapping paper, corrugated sheet, cork
Zetland House is a unique and striking warehouse-style office property, situated in the heart of Shoreditch, London. The building was originally a Print Works for The Bank of England. Today, it has been refurbished with modern businesses in mind, whilst maintaining its existing structure and original period features.
Bunch was invited to devise a new signage system and update the original branding. Inspired by almost extinct ghost signs from the surrounding area, the new signage looks both contemporary and familiar. In close collaboration with Nicolai Sclater an East London traditional signwriter, original designs were drawn by hand and applied directly to the walls, onto everything from large scale signage, external and internal way finding and courier signs.
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Lacoste– eco/techno polo
In collaboration with Tom Dixon we worked on the packaging and launch graphics for two special edition polo shirts commissioned by Lacoste. Tom’s concept was to explore two very different materials and the technology used in the production process of the garment. The most eco-friendly way to package the eco polo was not to print on the packaging at all but use embossing instead. The techno polo is vacuum-packaged in screen-printed foil.