November Round Up

New Capital Christmas Cards

The festive time is upon us once again and the lovely folk over at New Capital once again called upon our services to produce their Christmas card. We gave them a number of options to choose from and they’ve ended up using them all!


Business Review

Processed with VSCO with p5 presetThis month our account manager Diana was interviewed for Business Review. She had some wise words to share regarding her standpoint as a Romanian in the UK creative scene.

“Nationality doesn’t really play a role, especially in London, where you come from has no leverage”

To read the full article click here!

#try it

image2We’ve begun the countdown to Christmas meaning the TTP silver calendar is nearing the end of it’s life. Don’t panic, we’re still producing our calendar for the lucky few. Here’s a sneak peek of the proof. The theme focuses on a productive and rewarding 2017, that’s all we can say for now so look out for one coming your way. If you think you may not be on our calendar mailing list and would like to be, drop us a line here if you’d like one!


Design Museum

It has taken over 5 years to create the new space that is a whopping three times the size of its Shad Thames predecessor. Now sitting pretty on Kensington High Street, spread across four floors, the museum has an open plan design that allows visitors to see right up to the top level, creating a bright and welcoming space. The focus of the museum is on ‘good design’, not just for designers but to open peoples minds to the idea of investing in high quality design. Their first exhibition ‘Designer, User, Maker’ displays various aspects of design to show the intrinsic connection between designers, makers and the consumers. The museum is open for business now!

Cheek to Cheek

Our MD Simon would highly recommend, the Damien Hirst restaurant ‘Pharmacy 2‘ with its eclectic mix of medical ephemera and pill branded environment. Hirst’s ability to cross the borders of art and design is potentially boundless. Unfortunately his Newport Street Gallery was in between exhibitions so Simon and family decided on a cultural afternoon at Tate Britain with the Turner Prize artists. As he stood CHEEK to CHEEK with one of the pieces by Anthea Hamilton, they all agreed the various pieces provided a stark contrast to Pharmacy 2, stimulating the debate of ‘what is art?’ ….Simon believes “Self expression is the dividing line between art and design. Design has to provide a solution for the client but this can draw on art to create the experience for the audience… Hirst captures this union perfectly.”