Music Concert Posters

Music Concert Posters

30th March 2011

Stunning poster series from artist Hye Jung Bae for fictitious concerts of electronic musicians playing classical music with digital instruments.

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Roger That!

Roger That!

29th March 2011

Shoreditch on a Saturday afternoon,  Alex and I venture down to London’s Kemistry Gallery to view the ‘Roger That!’ exhibition which was showcasing a new graphic interpretation of the phonetic spelling alphabet. Developed in the early 1930’s, the phonetic alphabet was created to ensure the clarity of communication in the new aviation world. All 26 […]

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Pick Me Up 2011

Pick Me Up 2011

21st March 2011

On Saturday, Chrissie, Jess and myself visited Pick Me Up contemporary graphic arts fair at Somerset House. Pick Me Up is the UK’s first contemporary graphic arts fair which is now in it’s 2nd year, after a successful first show last April.

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Not a Bad Job For a 70 Year Old

Not a Bad Job For a 70 Year Old

18th March 2011

Whilst working on a recent project, my journey of print and production enlightenment took me to Baddeley Brothers in East London for a lesson in the fine art of printing techniques and finishing.

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11/03/2011

11/03/2011

17th March 2011

It was with shock and sadness that myself and fellow colleagues watched the tragedy of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami unfold on Friday morning. The emotional and environmental reverberations are being felt around the world a week later and I’m sure they will be for a long time to come. The immediate nature of graphic […]

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GT1 & GT3 Identities to feature in Shift 2 Unleashed

GT1 & GT3 Identities to feature in Shift 2 Unleashed

15th March 2011

The much anticipated sequel game to Need For Speed by EA will feature cars from the GT1 and GT3 championships. The realism and detailing in Need For Speed, Shift 2 Unleashed is impressive, right down to the Series’ logos on the bonnet, sun-strip and door numbering panels; all designed by Interstate.

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Completely Innocent, or totally Gaga?

Completely Innocent, or totally Gaga?

8th March 2011

A couple of brand stories this week; In one corner, Innocent drinks, the pioneer ‘friendly’ brand has to get all serious and ‘ask’ a new children’s vitamins range called ‘Innocent Vitamins’ to stop trading under that name. And in the other corner, Lady Gaga telling the Icecreamists that they cannot use the term ‘Baby Gaga’ for their well publicised breast milk ice cream.

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The Emergence of Vertere

The Emergence of Vertere

25th February 2011

We’ve just finished creating a new identity for a niché Hi-Fi audio component manufacturer. More to follow on our website soon

Watch (and listen to) this space…

La Boca via Concrete Hermit

La Boca via Concrete Hermit

25th February 2011

Last night was the opening of pop-up shop for the ‘design circus’ La Boca. The location was in Kingly Court (off Carnaby Street), in association with independent gallery and shop, Concrete Hermit.

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Bass Notes: The Film Posters of Saul Bass

Bass Notes: The Film Posters of Saul Bass

21st February 2011

Saturday afternoon Alex and I ventured down to the rainy streets of Shoreditch to check out a little gallery called Kemistry, on Charlotte Road. Exhibiting ‘Bass Notes: The Film Posters of Saul Bass’, the collection brings together some of Bass’ classic film posters, film titles and film festival posters from the Lloyd Northover donation to the […]

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A sweet result

A sweet result

18th February 2011

We ‘scooped’ a prize last night at the Design Effectiveness Awards, held in the glitzy surroundings of the Brewery at the Barbican, London.

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Lotus & Moss Reunited

Lotus & Moss Reunited

15th February 2011

It’s been a while since Sir Stirling Moss created history in a Lotus single-seater, but at the recent Paris Motor show he got to see the new Lotus T125 in the ‘flesh’ – it’s first appearance in Europe; his guide being no less than Takuma Sato. The car is currently track-testing with potential customers who […]

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Eat My Graphics

Eat My Graphics

31st January 2011

Branding and cupcakes. Perfect.

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Ice Cream in December?!

Ice Cream in December?!

13th January 2011

The Ice Cream Union dropped into the studio in the last week of 2010 and dropped off the new Union tubs that went into production at the end of the Summer. They look great and everyone in the studio was really pleased with the outcome. Of course the fact that they were full of the […]

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FIA Gala 2010

FIA Gala 2010

22nd December 2010

After an exceptional year in motorsport, it was time to hand out the awards at the FIA Gala in Monaco. The Gala identity was created by Interstate.

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King Giulio has arrived in Oz

King Giulio has arrived in Oz

14th December 2010

On his recent trip to Australia, our very own King Giulio was greeted by a few of his subjects at the Sydney Telstra 500 V8 Supercars Australia race.

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A Month in Marrakesh

A Month in Marrakesh

7th December 2010

This time last week we visited our client; Hardie Grant, to take a look at the proof sheets for a cook book we’ve been designing these past few months. We can’t reveal too much just yet, but we can tell you that it’s filled with recipes by Andy Harris, who embraces the wealth of flavours […]

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The Champions of the 2010 FIA GT1 World Championship

The Champions of the 2010 FIA GT1 World Championship

5th December 2010

Congratulations to the Vitaphone Racing Team who secured the World Champion Team position in the inaugural series of the FIA GT1 World Championship.

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Find us…

Find us…

24th November 2010

These funny little icons certainly aren’t new, but they are appearing more and more in our lives. On billboards to cereal packets, these QR Codes as they are known, are a digital link to information. Install an app on your camera phone, and it will automatically take you to a URL, write a piece of […]

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A century of Olympic posters

A century of Olympic posters

2nd November 2010

Passing the local library, I stumbled upon a graphic designers dream; a collection of Olympic posters showcasing the past century of games. Styles have changed over the years from strong, almost propaganda style glorious paintings, to minimalist iconic graphic art. In my opinion, the style peaked in Mexico ’68 (main image).

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