Client
Emotion Wave

Project scope
Visual Identity
Outdoor Campaign
Social Media

Client
Emotion Wave

Project scope
Visual Identity
Outdoor Campaign
Social Media

Client
Emotion Wave

Project scope
Visual Identity
Outdoor Campaign
Social Media

Client
Emotion Wave

Project scope
Visual Identity
Outdoor Campaign
Social Media

Client
Emotion Wave

Project scope
Visual Identity
Outdoor Campaign
Social Media

A day of live, electronic music and DJ's in the grounds of an ancient monastery. 

As part of the Emotion Wave 'collective' putting on a one–day, open–air festival was a first for us. Under the juxtaposed backdrop of a 12th Century Priory and the giant cranes of Birkenhead Docks hoping and praying it was an actual day in the sun (it was).

A day of live, electronic music and DJ's in the grounds of an ancient monastery.

As part of the Emotion Wave 'collective' putting on a one–day, open–air festival was a first for us. Under the juxtaposed backdrop of a 12th Century Priory and the giant cranes of Birkenhead Docks hoping and praying it was an actual day in the sun (it was).

A day of live, electronic music and DJ's in the grounds of an ancient monastery.

As part of the Emotion Wave 'collective' putting on a one–day, open–air festival was a first for us. Under the juxtaposed backdrop of a 12th Century Priory and the giant cranes of Birkenhead Docks hoping and praying it was an actual day in the sun (it was).

A day of live, electronic music and DJ's in the grounds of an ancient monastery.

As part of the Emotion Wave 'collective' putting on a one–day, open–air festival was a first for us. Under the juxtaposed backdrop of a 12th Century Priory and the giant cranes of Birkenhead Docks hoping and praying it was an actual day in the sun (it was).

A day of live, electronic music and DJ's in the grounds of an ancient monastery.

As part of the Emotion Wave 'collective' putting on a one–day, open–air festival was a first for us. Under the juxtaposed backdrop of a 12th Century Priory and the giant cranes of Birkenhead Docks hoping and praying it was an actual day in the sun (it was).

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Led by Emotion Wave head honcho, Neil Grant aka (Lo Five), and supported by ourselves, photographer Andrew Bates (aka Oscillik), writer Mike Stanton and musician/producer Sean Fearon (aka Foxen Cyn), the day was a huge success. So much so, that despite saying "never again", it will be returning in 2020.

We created an identity based around a strong, circular graphic responding to the literal interpretation of a clock and 24hrs in a day, but visually resembling the pulse of a radar. That circular motif was carried through all of the collateral to create an instantly recognisable visual language. We were keen to distance the direction from anything obviously 'sun' related as the entire Emotion Wave 'ethos' is all about experimentation.

We had live music on the day from the likes of TVAM, Bye Louis, Impulse Array, Concrete Tapes, Dalham, S>>D and MT Hall. With DJ sets from Breakwave, Upitup Records and Gated Canal Community. Onto the next one!

 

Live photography by Andrew Bates [Oscillik]

Led by Emotion Wave head honcho, Neil Grant aka (Lo Five), and supported by ourselves, photographer Andrew Bates (aka Oscillik), writer Mike Stanton and musician/producer Sean Fearon (aka Foxen Cyn), the day was a huge success. So much so, that despite saying "never again", it will be returning in 2020.

We created an identity based around a strong, circular graphic responding to the literal interpretation of a clock and 24hrs in a day, but visually resembling the pulse of a radar. That circular motif was carried through all of the collateral to create an instantly recognisable visual language. We were keen to distance the direction from anything obviously 'sun' related as the entire Emotion Wave 'ethos' is all about experimentation.

We had live music on the day from the likes of TVAM, Bye Louis, Impulse Array, Concrete Tapes, Dalham, S>>D and MT Hall. With DJ sets from Breakwave, Upitup Records and Gated Canal Community. Onto the next one!

 

Live photography by Andrew Bates [Oscillik]

Led by Emotion Wave head honcho, Neil Grant aka (Lo Five), and supported by ourselves, photographer Andrew Bates (aka Oscillik), writer Mike Stanton and musician/producer Sean Fearon (aka Foxen Cyn), the day was a huge success. So much so, that despite saying "never again", it will be returning in 2020.

We created an identity based around a strong, circular graphic responding to the literal interpretation of a clock and 24hrs in a day, but visually resembling the pulse of a radar. That circular motif was carried through all of the collateral to create an instantly recognisable visual language. We were keen to distance the direction from anything obviously 'sun' related as the entire Emotion Wave 'ethos' is all about experimentation.

We had live music on the day from the likes of TVAM, Bye Louis, Impulse Array, Concrete Tapes, Dalham, S>>D and MT Hall. With DJ sets from Breakwave, Upitup Records and Gated Canal Community. Onto the next one!

 

Live photography by Andrew Bates [Oscillik]

Led by Emotion Wave head honcho, Neil Grant aka (Lo Five), and supported by ourselves, photographer Andrew Bates (aka Oscillik), writer Mike Stanton and musician/producer Sean Fearon (aka Foxen Cyn), the day was a huge success. So much so, that despite saying "never again", it will be returning in 2020.

We created an identity based around a strong, circular graphic responding to the literal interpretation of a clock and 24hrs in a day, but visually resembling the pulse of a radar. That circular motif was carried through all of the collateral to create an instantly recognisable visual language. We were keen to distance the direction from anything obviously 'sun' related as the entire Emotion Wave 'ethos' is all about experimentation.

We had live music on the day from the likes of TVAM, Bye Louis, Impulse Array, Concrete Tapes, Dalham, S>>D and MT Hall. With DJ sets from Breakwave, Upitup Records and Gated Canal Community. Onto the next one!

 

Live photography by Andrew Bates [Oscillik]

Led by Emotion Wave head honcho, Neil Grant aka (Lo Five), and supported by ourselves, photographer Andrew Bates (aka Oscillik), writer Mike Stanton and musician/producer Sean Fearon (aka Foxen Cyn), the day was a huge success. So much so, that despite saying "never again", it will be returning in 2020.

We created an identity based around a strong, circular graphic responding to the literal interpretation of a clock and 24hrs in a day, but visually resembling the pulse of a radar. That circular motif was carried through all of the collateral to create an instantly recognisable visual language. We were keen to distance the direction from anything obviously 'sun' related as the entire Emotion Wave 'ethos' is all about experimentation.

We had live music on the day from the likes of TVAM, Bye Louis, Impulse Array, Concrete Tapes, Dalham, S>>D and MT Hall. With DJ sets from Breakwave, Upitup Records and Gated Canal Community. Onto the next one!

 

Live photography by Andrew Bates [Oscillik]

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