Something Good

Bright and playful branding for unique design festival

We worked with our sister company – thread, to create a bright and playful visual identity for their inaugural design festival, Something Good.

Something Good is a two-day design festival that champions creativity and celebrates the magic of the creative process.

We worked with our sister company, thread to create the look and feel for the festival. The branding design had to reflect the central theme of the festival and appeal to a diverse audience of creatives. As well as a logo, the visual language was rolled out across digital and print, including signage, promotional print, t-shirts, website, social media and a very special bike.

Find out more about the festival and explore the site here.

  • Something Good Bristol website

    Our happy, smiley brand mark

  • We designed a brand icon for greater flexibility and distinction

  • We brought a sense of play and exploration to the website

    We brought a sense of play and exploration into the website

  • Pages on the website mix floods of colour with large imagery and typography

    Pages on the website mix floods of colour with large imagery and typography

  • Something Good festival branding

    We integrated a ticketing system into the website

  • Various animations for sharing on social

  • Something Good branding tickets

    Physical festival tickets (everyone likes post)

  • Something Good festival branding

    We teamed up with local bike company, Temple Cycles and designed a custom bike

  • We even designed a custom head badge!

  • T-shirt designs for festival guests

  • Festival programmes

  • They may be small but they packed a punch

  • Signage and wayfinding

  • Festival t-shirts were printed for guests and crew members

  • On stage graphics and props

  • Title sequences for speakers