Pyott has designed the catalogue and website for natural world image library OSF, which relaunches its brand this week. The 200-page Eye Opener is OSF’s first major catalogue publication since 1993 and showcases the library’s ‘premium images’ in a narrative-style format. Sections include Lion Attack and The Rainforest. Pyott founder James Pyott says, ‘Singularly, the images are very strong, but together they equal more than the sum of their parts.’ OSF’s database-driven website goes live later this month as part of a significant repositioning exercise. Head of OSF Libraries Suzanne Aitzetmuller says her aim is to introduce the brand to design and advertising audiences.
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