We designed a 9 storey wall mural for architects Hawkins\Brown which celebrates the life of Eugen Sandow.
Working closely with Japans leading bartenders we fused Japanese visual culture with vintage Victoriana.
We dressed up our client as a sailor and designed a yacht sail for the inaugural Journey in Gin.
A London hotel brand pays homage to the music heritage of its neighbourhood.
A fusion of Japanese and Nordic culture under one roof in Belgravia.
When craft beer for the people needed the craft of graphic design, we rebranded beer heroes BrewDog.
A geologically inspired Hebridean gin from the Isle of Raasay.
Sexy pasta, easy-to-read menus, signage, love and killer social.
A new-wave rum made with the Cannabis Indica plant from the Channel Islands.
Brand merchandise inspired by the rum blending houses of 19th Century London.
A brand identity inspired by its Oregon ranch setting.
Exploring patterns for one of China's largest distillers.
Each cocktail from the Savoy Songbook celebrates the musicians associated with this renown hotel.
An icon for an icon and a pack that matches the bespoke uniforms of an amazing team.
A new name and identity for Los Angeles greatest and friendliest bar group.
Inspired by Italian café culture and the Valle Delle Volpi.
A conscientious brand that helps protect our oceans.
Reviving a company formed in 1807 and telling the story of a serial engineer.
Wine expertise, just in larger bottles and across print and digital.
Our homage to the book information is beautiful.
We designed an interior using upcycled boats and imagination.
We had a say in Ancoats being voted the 13th coolest neighbourhood in the world.
Collaborating with landscape architects we designed a street and its historical interpretation.
A brand and signage strategy for a city neighbourhood and its collection of buildings.
A very limited edition label honouring Mount Kilimanjaro.
We love illustrated coreten steel, it naturally rusts and oxidises and is vandal proof.
Aylesbury Duck is an irreverent vodka brand, so what, its another vodka.
Working with a seaside community we transformed a railway into a permanent outdoor gallery.
When your Mexican road trip becomes a real live project and you learn above agave.
Like our name suggest we love collaborating with other creatives such as architects and landscape architects.
A brand for the oldest restaurant in Los Angeles complete with taxidermy and nature dioramas.
Our first client and our work for Compass Box comprises trade stands, labels, books and infographics.
A visual assault on coffee with a hidden poke at Donald Trump (you’ll never find it).
Disappearing Dining Club
For Haymans we’ve etched still hatches, made umbrellas, a dot com and enamel badges.
Our zero to hero gin brand for all round legend Mr. Simon Ford and friends.
The link between architecture and graphic design fascinates us and it started with this project for Goldsmiths.
We worked with landscape architects to create a hard-hitting case study for change and regeneration.
Not everything you do gets published, a seafood brand that needs to be netted.
A bespoke building foyer installation for arts venue Unity Works in Wakefield.
A project for the Natural History Museum highlight endangered species.
We branded a Grade II listed building and wrapped it with the local community.
Arts and interpretation to enhance civic pride within the good town of Walsall.
With access to the finest plant and botanical library in the world how could we not.
When coincidence strikes and the brand name matches your nickname, Mr. Black.
We love a challenge and a two week tour of China and a completely foreign typeface didn’t phase us (much).
What happens when visual noise meets visual quiet? A brand mantra.
We helped create planet BrewDog designing the brand identity, guidelines and visual system, mostly without a mac.
The Boatyard DistilleryWe named, branded and designed a series of letterpress printed drinks labels for our Irish friends.
We named and branded The Crossings homeless hostel in Hull to offer shelter and hope.
For this school handbook we were posed with the problem of the pupils constantly ageing.
We branded the Grade II listed Royal Exchange in Manchester using type from the same decade.
Giant Robot Cocktail Menu
Inspired by vintage Americana and retro graphics we created a brand for a barbecue.
How to visualise wine where the grapes are picked in the cool of night.
We art directed a range of movies and wine labels all aimed at telling the story of the life of a man called George.
We wrapped a building in computer code then upcycled it into record bags.
An homage to tequila and the agave plant, Tequila Sagrado is a love letter to Mexico.
We created a brand world for this lovable rogue who loves motorbikes, whisky and women.
A marriage of two families, illustrated.
BrewDog Art Prints
We love geometry and had fun working to echo the brand name of Scalable Finance.
The basics work, wooden type and ink for this restaurant pop-up.
A minimal brand geared to work as a blind emboss for prints and slashes in live text.
If you’ve got a good brand, build on it.
The Three Horseshoes, visual humour meets gastropub and homestay.
The number 13 is an anomaly and we branded a restaurant with with cause for interest and reflection.
Bringing back a vintage brand we took visual cues from Mancunian illustrator Alan Tabor.
Secret graphic design communication for the need-to-know connoisseur.
An esoteric, mystical, let’s break the fucking rules rum.
The geometric symbol behind the London Distillery Co. sets out a curious mind and date of inception.
We created the Street Feast brand and lots of event collateral including fake cash and an airport departures board.
A rare whisky parcel with the label printed in 6 golds and inspired by church architecture.
We didn’t create it but we tidied it up, a kind of brand spa day for Mac Not Crack.
We created a range of own-brand products for Fortnum & Mason which could be personalised for gifts.
A fruiterer called George Charles had is shop converted into a bar and we honour him.
One of many projects undertaken for the Gordon Ramsay Group.
Shoreditch hotel brand CIVIC riffs off Roman meeting rooms and the origin of the word.
We created a geo-coded poetry trail around the city of Hull and East Riding.
Genius name and supporting concept for this underground bar in Brick Lane.
The A-Z of Rock book for photographer Jill Furmanovsky.
Working to push what can be done with book making we deciding to embroider one.
We love to brand buildings and our work for Park Hill directly references the architects brutalist plan.
A brand for a hat show and possible the coolest couple in Estonia, Joan and Sten.
Caña Brava Rum 10/10, The Spirits Review
Poetry Tree Skirts
Quintessential English eccentricity meets wonderful hotels, bars and restaurants.
Nitty-gritty email templates and typesetting, we do it one handed.
We made the chip cutter the hero.
Classic geometry and great cocktails, simple and celebratory.
An illustrated brand created (mostly) without without a Mac.
A series of cast metal tactile pavers complete with bespoke interpretation messaging.
What happens when punk meets duck up at Camden Lock?
Our brand for Proof Publishing connotes the sheet-fed litho printing process.
Full-coloured kiln fired enamel artwork, a colourful and durable way of papering over the urban cracks.
Drinks engineered by nature and conceptualised as a structure of taste.
Some of the many branded events created in close collaboration with Jonathan Downey.
The joy of not being sold anything.
Our work for The 86 Co. ranged from identity to packaging and bespoke bottle mould.
United Creatives Ltd.
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