ByCo is a new microfinancing company based in New York. Byco combines old-fashioned capitalism with crowd-funding principles. But instead of a perk, investors receive 10 percent of sales, depending on how much they put in. And the designer, who receives 20 percent of sales — or 30 percent if he or she is the sole investor — doesn’t have to deal with manufacturing, distribution and sales.
Bleed designed the corporate identity and web.
You can read more about it in this recent article in New York Times.
We are proud to be featured with 5 pages in the latest edition of IdN Magazine. IdN magazine is an international publication for creative people on a mission to amplify and unify the design community.
We have been a very busy lately and therefore slow at posting new work. Anyhow in our fight to better ourself we will post new stuff the following weeks:)
Here is a nice small project to start off. Golden promo package for a exhibition with world renown Norwegian artist Bjarne Melgaard.
A bit battered from the travel, a mysterious package arrives from China today. To our surprise it was this wonderful book and magazine from the Chinese publisher Ooogo Limited.
We are proud to get our work over 12 pages of the book + a interview and pictures from our offices in the magazine. There also impressive work from 19 other studios from around the world. Thank you guys at Ooogo Limited.
To see non battered books go here. More images after the break.
After being amazingly bad at updating our flickr account—actually publishing nothing—we finally used 10 minutes to upload some snapshots from the exhibition we curated and exhibited at Graphic Passport Tokyo. Hopefully this will start an ongoing trend of publishing pictures;)
Check it out!