Category Archives: Design
Above is our latest email newsletter about our recent work for Honeybrook Farm & Riverside Park. We were tasked with increasing the number of visitors to the park over the summer months. After discussing the client’s requirements and researching the … Continue reading
“The Black Hills are not for Sale”, on a lamp-post in Washington DC. This is an ongoing land dispute (the Black Hills in North Dakota) between Native Americans from the Sioux nation and the United States Federal Government.
The best bicycle rack ever, as seen at the old Delray train station, FL.
More kitsch and ol’ time signage at downtime Savannah – even the movie showing is ancient!
The face of your company or organisation needs to be the sum of who you are and what you stand for. A brand has many elements: colours, words, photography, logos, ads… many of which may have been independently developed over … Continue reading
Work in progress – a re-brand of a local NHS adolescent psychiatric unit. Our proposals include a brand identity, responsive design website, service user handbook, promotional and guide to services print collateral. The concepts are challenging, sometimes uncomfortable, visualising the … Continue reading
We are off to the Southampton International Boat Show on Friday 13th (yikes!) September to visit existing clients and perhaps meet new ones. Being based in the South Coast, the Marine Industry has always been a significant part of our … Continue reading
We’ve talked about showcasing our graphic prints and t-shirts online for a while now. At long last the coffee time discussions and scraps of paper and post it notes scribbled with designs and slogans have become real under the brand … Continue reading
We’ve had some blockbuster reviews from our clients – the critics that matter most – and showcased our favourites on the silver screen as an animated gif in our recent August email newsletter. To see why our name’s up in lights … Continue reading