Two of our clients ‘on sale’

Two of our clients ‘on sale’

20th April 2011

Two clients spotted in the local bookstore…

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Designspiration

Designspiration

11th April 2011

When experiencing a creative block, one of the first things we do nowadays is trawl the web for some inspiration. Although there is a lot out there on the world wide web, at times it can be rather tedious sorting the crap from the quality. A few months ago saw the launch of a new visual bookingmarking […]

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We are not amused

We are not amused

6th April 2011

With the Royal Wedding less than 4 weeks away, WillKat fever is hotting up. Excited about the publicity opportunity ahead of next years’ Olympic Games, VisitEngland chief executive James Berresford says: “The wedding […] will mean that once again the eyes of the world will be turned to our nation. We will have a wonderful […]

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A Food Journey to the Heart of Morocco

A Food Journey to the Heart of Morocco

1st April 2011

Today sees the international launch of ‘A Month in Marrakesh’, a recipe book and travelogue published by Hardie Grant, with food by Andy Harris; editor of Jamie Magazine, who embraces the wealth of flavours that Morocco has to offer, all of which are brought to life by beautiful photography and illustrations from renowned photographer David […]

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Florentine Street Art

Florentine Street Art

31st March 2011

On a recent visit to Florence I was charmed by some cheeky little signage additions that can be found around the city centre and around the Piazzale Michelangelo.

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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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For the love of God

For the love of God

29th March 2011

I recently had the opportunity to see Damien Hirst’s 2007 piece ‘For the love of God’ in exhibition. I’m not a great fan of modern art (well, anything post Picasso anyway – I abhor badly made beds for instance), but I decided to make an effort and give the old animal embalmer a chance. ‘For the […]

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Switch on the lights

23rd March 2011

Photographer Terje Sørgjerd takes the display of artistic determination to the next level, in his efforts to capture the natural phenomenon Aurora Borealis.

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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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Not just a Container

Not just a Container

18th March 2011

Downtown Brooklyn will be getting its own shipping container market, named Dekalb Market and will be located at CityPoint.

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Pointillize

17th March 2011

Designed to mimic the portraits that appear on currency, the iconic style for the Wall Street Journal’s “hedcuts”,
have become as famous as it’s financial coverage. Watch the artwork in making here.
Via Huffington Post.

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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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Tilt-shift your perceptions

Tilt-shift your perceptions

1st March 2011

An example of a very ‘of-the-moment’ photographic technique. When done properly, your image can be made to resemble a miniature model.

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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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When the ball hits the net, like a flaming rocket… it’s gone through Ben’s legs again!

When the ball hits the net, like a flaming rocket… it’s gone through Ben’s legs again!

22nd February 2011
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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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