Flippin February

Flipping Heck


As Shrove Tuesday descended upon London so did the sporting event of the year. That’s right, you guessed it; the annual pancake race in Borough Market. Glenn, Charlie, Sarah and Will were the fortunate team that gained the honour to represent TTP (Tip Top Pancakes). The race had it all, thrills and spills and victory (sadly just not for us!). Even though we didn’t win, the event was a great success and our friends at Better Bankside raised a lot of money to support Painting for Hospitals. If you want to donate here is the link.

Valentines day quiz


This month’s competition has come to an end. It’s been emotional and we all feel that we have grown as people. The winner by a landslide is Stephen Young from The Drum. Stephen was the only person outside of this office to score the perfect ten. Look out for more updates from the quote bank in the future! The quizzes are still here if you’d like a go for fun… no more prizes…

Peas in a Pod


This month there has been a large amount of coverage regarding driverless cars coming to the roads (and footpaths) of Britain. It’s good to see that our friends over at Transport Systems Catapult are championing the Lutz Pathfinder Pod, even asking us for a hand with the livery design. The Pathfinder is built in Coventry by engineering firm RDM Group and is due to hit the pedestrianised streets of Milton Keynes in the spring. Putting great innovation back into Britain has led to this design creating a lot of global media and government interest, and the designs are now being shown in Singapore this week.

Jem’s Half Marathon

As you may know from our ‘Challenge Charlie’events last summer we have quite a few runners here at TTP. One of our senior designers and Brighton resident, Jem, took part in the Vitality Half Marathon on the Sussex Coast. He didn’t manage to beat his PB, but he did manage to overtake a runner who was competing on his 80th Birthday!
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Tweets to make you Titter

Bringing brand personality to workspaces is what we do best; most recently we’ve been branding offices across the pond in the Big Apple. The use of clever typography play on the tweets’ subject. By using cut vinyl it is a cost effective way to bring life to bland walls and add interest to a space. To see our work on bringing personality to the workplace, click here.