In early 2011 one football club in London raised a large silver trophy into the air and 18,000 fans roared their approval. The club was a small club by today’s standards and the home crowd would barely fill a quarter of the seats in a stadium such as the Camp Nou in Barcelona. Even up […]— Read more
Just in are the litho running sheets for ‘Jamie’s Great Britain’ – the latest cookbook designed by Interstate for our favourite celebrity chef Jamie Oliver. It’s due for release at the end of next month, and is filled with over 100 recipes exploring our diverse food culture. We’ll tell you all about it when it’s […]— Read more
Australian celebrity chef Adrian Richardson of La Luna Bistro in Melbourne, has teamed with publishers Pan Macmillan and design agency A Friend of Mine to create a cookbook with a difference. ‘The Good Life‘ commemorates homegrown and homemade food, with chapters structured around seasonal produce, and masterclasses on how to make your own pasta, cure […]— Read more
A VIP visit from Jamie Oliver to the Interstate studio.— Read more
The Land of Me; a lovely interactive book for children from 4-100. A lovely pop-up shop in Pedlars Notting Hill to go play with it. Go and play while you can.— Read more
A big day yesterday as the new Hethel track was unveiled to VIPs. Parading alongside the classic Essex-Lotus 81B driven once more by a Mr N. Mansell, the 2011 Lotus Renault F1 car and the racing spec Evoras was the stunning Lotus 125; the F1-inspired customer car, branded by Interstate.— Read more
I sat in the cinema on the weekend watching ‘Senna’. It was thrilling, enchanting, exciting, beautiful, informative, horrific and incredibly sad in parts.— Read more
Audi: Eliminating luck27th May 2011
The 3D version will play out on Sky 3D during the Champions League final on Saturday and also in cinemas.
Friend or Fiend?27th May 2011
It came to my attention the other day that the word ‘Friend’ also has the word ‘Fiend’ embedded in. How strange to have the two so closely associated. Perhaps for some this is true. I became aware when my daughter showed me a game on cbbc.
Try it out, be truthful and face the truth either proudly or perhaps surprisingly that your so called attempt at ‘friendship’ is perhaps more ‘fiendship’!
Opening exhibition of London West Bank gallery on Westbourne Grove.— Read more
At first glance I thought it was a miniature Batman; but alas it was a cat on our hot tin roof trying to spy on our latest projects…— Read more
Senna10th May 2011
Interstate’s latest livery design for British driver, Tom Blomqvist— Read more
An irony-free slice of personal tagging sitting happily next to the beautiful squiggle-mark of the Mind charity.— Read more
The Pop up store is not a new concept. However the way in which you design and approach a pop up retail space is.— Read more
Two clients spotted in the local bookstore…— Read more
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 […]— Read more
A graphic designer’s staple is to have a collection of letters that are made from everyday objects and shapes. Want a new twist? Why not ensure that the letters also relate to the image…— Read more
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 […]— Read more