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2017

Take a look at our monthly news stories to keep in touch with our recent work, what we've seen and what we'd like to see. You could also sign up to our newsletter for regular updates to your inbox.
07
17

July Round Up

Alice in designland We have expanded our creative team, with our latest designer joining this month, Alice Hambleton. After completing a Graphic Design degree at Northumbria University, Alice stayed up North joining a small branding agency for a few years. After deciding the North was too cold she moved to the big smoke, freelancing at…

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The right reason to blow the budget…

With the RHJB brand refresh, we are looking at giving their logo a more modern and contemporary look and feel, so for now, here’s a sneak peek at the work-in-progress logo that is currently favoured and awaiting application to materials including a new website… Who are RHJB and where have you guys come from? We…

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Skyler London highlights

You might remember us giving you a sneak peek of the Skyler London visual identity last year, which has now been expanded to reflect the colourful and playful lines of the logo into the interior graphics. About Skyler London Skyler London was created by Skyler McDonald, previously awarded London Hairdresser of the Year and voted The UK’s…

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06
17

June Round Up

SKY’S the limit We love it when our clients push the boundaries… and let us push them too – working with Sean Hanna & Skyler McDonald on their new venture ‘SKYLER LONDON’ has had some interesting twists and turns but has been an inspirational journey for the team here. Watch their video of a larger…

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More in Common

On Sunday 18 June, around 3000 people visited the intersection of Union Street and Redcross Way to be part of The Great Get Together Bankside, organised by BOST.

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Capitalising on brand recognition

Having designed the visual identity for EFG’s New Capital funds a couple of years ago, we were offered the opportunity to push the brand even further and look at creative ways of engaging their audience and raising the profile of New Capital.

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Into the Unknown

To kick start the month our designer Joe took a voyage Into The Unknown, the latest exhibition at London’s Barbican Centre. The genre-defining exhibition of art, design, film, and literature is a must for any science fiction enthusiast.

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05
17

Looking for a new Venture?

We are no strangers to the property world (see here some of our previous works), and our work with Croydon Bid over the last few years (see more here) with local knowledge and experience, coupled with our place making marketing for Croydon, meant we were well placed to contribute valuable elements to the marketing of Purley to potential purchasers…

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BBSRC Innovator of the year Awards

This year the team approached us to create the graphics and user journey for the 2017 Innovator of the Year Awards, held at the prestigious East Wintergarden venue in Canary Wharf. As this would be the last year that the Awards would take place there needed to be a celebratory feel to the event, in recognition…

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May Round Up

Change to the Lycra brigade So our TTP Try It  campaign has really made an impression on our MD Simon. From his gardening ventures and walks at midnight, he’s now progressed to various cycling exploits and after much denial he has joined the Lycra brigade! He was a seasoned off roader, with not a piece of lycra in…

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04
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The Great Get Together Bankside

The Great Get Together Bankside will be happening on 18 June, at the intersection of Union Street and Redcross Way. With free entertainment in the form of music and theatre, and food and drink stands, it’s shaping up to be a great way to spend a Sunday. We’ve already developed a logo and produced a…

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Seabird Annual Report

SeaBird like the key focus of the look and feel of their reports to be on their ships combined with the activities of their people on land and at sea. Good imagery is therefore essential and recent ship photography has improved substantially including the use of drones. The birds-eye views that are possible with this technology provide additional drama…

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