We have been working with the National Trust for over thirty years and during that time we’ve designed their magazine, members’ handbook, permanent and temporary exhibitions, colour souvenirs, visitor guides, their unique symbol font and even a hot-air balloon.
Many years ago we were asked to redesign The Georgian magazine. Published twice yearly, it is the Georgian Group’s main link with its 2500 members, conservation organisations and architects involved in protecting our Georgian architectural heritage. Since then it has evolved into a highly respected publication and our work with the Group has expanded to include the Georgian Group Journal, Annual Reports, leaflets, exhibition panels and a booklet highlighting a selection of 18th century watercolours from the Group’s Pardoe collection.
Our work for the RHS includes leaflets, posters, interpretation and signage for the Chelsea Plant of the Year, RHS Trials and Plant Societies. We have also designed and built stands at Chelsea, Hampton Court and Chatsworth Flower Shows.
Identity and branding for a range of organic atmospheric scents. The carefully balanced scents are designed to promote well-being within office and retail environments. The logo, loosely representing a Q, is created from the eastern yin-yang symbol for balance and applied to a bottle designed to reflect the architectural quality of a glass brick.
Promotional booklet capturing the fascinating multi-layered history of the Lots Road Power Station, for decades the power behind London’s underground, prior to its redevelopment by Circadian.
We have been working with Tintoretto Bond since their launch in 2015, creating brochures, catalogues and promotional items for their luxury bespoke tours.
To accompany the staggering display of ceramic poppies around the Tower of London, we designed and installed information panels with built-in wifi transmitters linking to the HRP website. We have also designed and produced major exhibitions in the White Tower, signage within the Jewel House and visitor interpretation panels.
Working closely with Britain’s greatest test pilot, Capt Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown, we have compiled, designed and produced six books cataloguing his legendary career, including many unpublished images from his private collection, such as the wind-tunnel model of the Miles M.52 supersonic prototype.
The last title, Too Close for Comfort – One Man’s Close Encounters of the Terminal Kind, a leather-bound limited edition, featured paintings specially created by renowned aviation artist Michael Turner.
Over the last 20 years we have specialised in the design and production of high quality art books and exhibition catalogues, where accuracy and colour reproduction are critical. We have built long-term relationships with publishers such as Thames & Hudson, Harvey Miller, Brepols Publishers and the Fitzwilliam Museum and place work with a number of high quality printers worldwide.
The atmosphere of a WWI front-line airfield forms the backdrop to this museum display for a unique private collection of Royal Flying Corp memorabilia. Cases are finished using corrugated sheet and graphic panels supported on replica biplane struts.
Splendour – Art in Living Craftsmanship was a flagship exhibition to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Georgian Group and its tireless efforts to preserve Britain’s architectural heritage. We produced the accompanying catalogue and a range of promotional and supporting material.
Identity scheme for a leading electronic signage manufacturer. Different sections of the company are identified using alternative brand colours and an identifying strap line