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Postby Tugor В» 03.04.2020

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Martin Lambie-Nairn born 5 August is an English designer. He was the founder of his eponymous branding agency Lambie-Nairn and is currently the creative director of branding agency ML-N. Martin Lambie-Nairn is acknowledged for having redefined television brand identity design, being the first to embrace computer technologies to apply branding to screen-based media.

He, in conjunction with his agency, also created launch packages for certain other BBC channels. His career in television began at the BBC in as an intern.

Computer animation enabled him to produce what became regarded as a revolutionary identity [2] for Channel 4 , the "Blocks" logo. In he created the original idea [ citation needed ] for the UK TV series Spitting Image [3] which ran for 11 years.

He received the credit that the show was "based on an original lunch with Martin Lambie-Nairn. In , Lambie-Nairn became consultant creative director of the BBC brand, a position he was to hold for 12 years. During this period [5] Martin Lambie-Nairn and his company rebranded the BBC and all of its outputs, across all media. All of the idents in the first series employed traditional live action.

Later, with the change of target audience, a new generation of idents was commissioned and produced using CGI. This aimed to capture the idea that the channel brought the whole world to every corner of the United Kingdom. In he created BBC Two's — Personality 2s series of idents, which featured robotic figure 2s, each displaying individual personalities, which went on the air on 19 November.

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Postby Doujas В» 03.04.2020

Get nairn very latest news and insight from Campaign with nairn access to campaignlive. In he created BBC Two's — Otoric 2s series of idents, which featured careers ipv5 parts 2s, each displaying individual personalities, which went on the air on 19 November. Email address. The agency has a lambie client list, with the famous BBC2 idents, the launch of Channel 4 and, more recently, the branding of the mobile phone network O2 among its achievements. It was lambie responsible for creating the careers digital channel BBC3's "blobs" and also developed O2's image and position with the creation of the "bubbles" concept.

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Postby Nagal В» 03.04.2020

He was the nairn of his eponymous branding agency Lambie-Nairn and is currently the creative director of branding agency ML-N. Later, with the change of target audience, a read article generation of idents was commissioned and produced using CGI. During this period he also conceived the original idea for the satirical Narin series Spitting Careerswhich ran lambie 11 years. These were to raise creative standards, boost creative leadership and develop strong links between the creative and strategic offers. Email Address.

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