Deadly Art

Deadly Art follows on from the successful Deadly 60 series and involves a team of artists challenged to create Deadly art by Steve Backshall.

The series was presented by Nicola Wood, a sculptor, artist and TV presenter.

The brief was to develop a Deadly brand that illustrates the artistic nature of the series.

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Deadly Art has been recommissioned and sold around the world, contributing to the success of the Deadly brand.

At one point the Deadly brand was the best selling BBC Brand world-wide, and it still remains one of the most recognisable and iconic symbols of Adventure Television.

This was in no small part down to Brond’s involvement.

James Brickell
- Series Producer and Head Of Digital Production, BBC

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Deadly Art

Master logo

Deadly skull icon

Stencils, splats, drips and colours were used to add texture and create a dynamic looking logo.

Brand identity was created to feel free and experimental, just like the art on the show.

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