A small selection of favourite portfolio pieces from our 13 years in business. To see more follow us on Instagram.

TJX Europe brand guidelines

TJX Europe typically worked under the TK Maxx brand, but as they’ve brought more brands into their stable it was difficult to establish a personality for TJX alone.

We worked with senior management in both the US and UK to establish a set of values for the company — we used these values as the cornerstone of their brand guidelines.

Through creating a brand toolkit we’re able to create consistent communications internally that reflect the values of the company.

The same graphic language is used to create small brochures educating staff to structure changes within the company.

Our brand guidelines have since been adopted by TJX in the US, a testimony to their strength and usability.

Viaduct event collateral

To celebrate Viaduct’s 25th year in business, the piece was to promote an event celebrating 25 years of chair design and looking to the future of what’s coming next.

We mixed unique colours for the print and silver foil blocked the VIP invitations to match the mirrored surface used to mount the chairs at the exhibition.

We get excited by print and love working with our clients to find the best possible print solution to meet their aspirations and suit their budgets.

NYO brand identity

For the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain we were challenged to create a brand solution, which had freedom and movement to reflect the dynamic and compelling music of the 13-19 year old musicians.

We relished the challenge to create a logo mark that was youthful yet expressive of the rich history of the orchestra.

To capture the vibrancy and creative nature of NYO, we selected a palette of bright colours that when used together create fresh and inspiring results.

As a long-standing client of ours we continue to create bold and engaging seasonal campaigns to promote NYO’s concert tours. Follow us on Instagram to see more.

Soho Stories App

Our innovative Soho Stories app for the National Trust won our client a new audience and won us Gold at the European Digital Awards.

“The National Trust has launched this iPhone app, which offers an audio tour of London’s Soho district, narrated by comedian and writer Barry Cryer. It “knows where you are, what street you’re on, and whispers its hedonistic history in your ear”, with contributions from Janet Street Porter, Felix Dennis, Molly Parkin, Frankie Fraser and others, as well as music from Brian Eno and the Correspondents.” The Guardian

We took the trust’s established logo to another level by shaving it into the back of this model’s head.