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One of the best folios of work i’ve seen in a long while. Cardiff based Kutchibok have just been in touch to tell us about their new website.

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    Andy Russell
    6th Apr 2010
    11:31 pm
  1. While they do have some quality work on display, I do feel like I have seen the identity above (Wordley) done to death…

    Spin’s HOV has well and truly been rinsed along with Made Thought’s Mill identity.

    or is it just me?

  2. Damo
    7th Apr 2010
    9:55 am
  3. I think that’s just you Andy – there’s loads of semi-abstract ‘block’ logos knocking about, I don’t think any one studio can claim ownership. It is structurally similar to the Mill, but is totally round. So no, Andy, no. Good work Kutchibok.

  4. JackJack
    7th Apr 2010
    10:31 am
  5. Stunning work, nice post Loz.

    Maybe Departures have a rival for the most beautifully crafted work coming out of Cardiff…

  6. Andy Russell
    7th Apr 2010
    10:50 am
  7. Hi Damo,

    That’s exactly my point – there is loads. My critique (if you can call it that) was not that the identity was a plagiarised version of the the said Agency’s but that the concept of abstract blocks has been exhausted of late…

    Kutchibok have (as previously stated) have done some awesome work – I just feel that there is other pieces within there portfolio that are stronger.

    But I’m glad it’s just me…

  8. Anys
    7th Apr 2010
    2:41 pm
  9. lovely simple designs, I see what you mean about the similarities but it’s a nice reworking, and the studio’s near a really good welsh cake shop which is always a plus in my book.

  10. Gail H
    13th Apr 2010
    10:03 am
  11. The works good but when are design studios that shoot there work this way going to start showing any shame. We all know that Made Thought were the first exponents of this style of work display. On their part it was an original and conscious decision on art direction, not just a black or white background which nobody can lay claim to. There are so many sites now that have shot their work this exact same way I just don’t get how they can hold their heads up when they’ve so blatantly ripped off another studios style. Its such a shame cos the works good and its not just this studio who are guilty of this.

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