Leaflets, templates and illustrations for the Cowper Newton Museum. Simon did the illustrations for the leaflet while Sunita created an entirely hand rendered artwork of the famous hymn “Amazing Grace” by John Newton, to be sold as a tea towel in the museum gift shop.
Our portfolio wouldn’t be complete without our first poster project from 1991, designed, presented and produced for the princely sum of £50. Illustration by Simon and artwork by Sunita, all produced with glue and scissors or should we say Cow Gum and 10A scalpels.
The Greater London Authority and Environment Agency are running four pilot schemes in London to support businesses in high flood risk areas. We designed, branded and wrote the campaign, including the motto ‘make your flood plan before it floods’, described by the Environment Agency as “very true and very wise”.
Our marketing campaign to get kids playing tennis went live this week with free poster and ball packs going out to 2000 children in the region.
With the events taking place this weekend we’ll have lots of pictures of the campaign in action next week, british weather permitting!
We love designing invitations for PR events. This one was designed and hand printed by Sunita a few years ago for a garden furniture launch at Argos. They invitation helped draw in a record number of attendees.
The Olney branch of the NCT had been producing their magazine in Powerpoint. Readership was poor, despite the top-quality articles. We designed the publication as a favour for a friend, giving it an optimistic, friendly and engaging feel. The branch president thanked us formally saying ‘you have helped us look professional’. Parents now buy it, funding the cost of production.
We designed the corporate identity for the Marine Technology Directorate, including their logo with specially crafted typography, all stationery and publications. We especially enjoyed designing their application form, ensuring it was a pleasure to fill in.
All information designers admire Dorling Kindersley, who understood exactly how to design for both children and adults. Simon was a designer for a number of major book titles that are still in print today, before moving on to multi-media CD-roms, in the days before the internet.