Time for a beer


It’s end-of-play Friday and it’s probably time for a beer. On Wednesday night we popped down the road to the Protein space in Shoreditch for the 100/100 Beer Project. Organised by the brilliant SB Studio and with contributions from more brilliant designers than you can fit in a boozer, we were proud to be a part of it all and to find ourselves right at the front (near the bar). Buy the beautiful book that Benji and the team at SB designed here and help put money in the jar for ArtFund.




exchiesetta, Polignano a Mare



We’ve launched a new project for exchiesetta, a small chapel perched on the edge of the Adriatic sea, offering residencies to young and international artists.

Built with Kirby and set in Founders Grotesk Regular from the Klim Type Foundry.

Italian Wings


We were asked to contribute to Grafik’s ‘Logoform’ series. Ben talked about an accidental early discovery of the Alitalia logo by Landor Associates in a model shop and how he’s come to love it.

Vai → grafik.net/italian-wings




New work → JENS Jens Wolf (Ronchini Gallery, 2015)


Simple Shape § 2015 Handle with care


New work → §

Simple Shape @simple__shape
Print @GenerationPress
Design @B_C_M_H


Open Secret


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This year’s RCA Secret is finally here, opening to the public yesterday. It was also been captured in BBC’s Day in pictures: 12 March 2014.

Get along to the Royal College of Art’s beautiful Dyson Building in Battersea this weekend to view the works and with sale opening next weekend if you see something you like. More information here.


Tameka Norris, Almost Acquaintances


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We’ve been working with Ronchini Gallery since last year and in January we finished the print and marketing material to accompany their current exhibition by Tameka Norris. Working across a wide range of media, including performance, video, photography, and installation, Norris’ work addresses issues of space and the body. Norris lives and works in New Orleans and the exhibition at Ronchini shows several of her ‘Post-Katrina’ series.

You can (and should) read Kate Abbott’s interview with Tameka in the Guardian here.

The show runs until the 29 March. Upcoming exhibitons that we are currently working on include shows by Berndnaut Smilde and Will Cotton.