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Acland Burghley: environment

The 2017 poster for the Acland Burghley Visual Arts exhibition. Once again the original image is by one of the students at the school.

Pinnacle: issues 2 and 3

Issue 3 of Pinnacle magazine has just been published with a great cover image by Andy Marshall of Capel St Thomas. Issue 2 showed a details of Quay Place in Ipswich.    

Sneak preview: The Secret List Brighton

A sneak preview of the cover for the forthcoming The Secret List: Brighton. We’ve redesigned everything and this new look will remain for the future editions of The Secret List series (rumoured to be London and Berlin…).  

Acland Burghley: truth, fantasy and fiction

The 2016 poster for the Acland Burghley Visual Arts exhibition. Once again the original image is by one of the students at the school.

Hans Koller: Retrospection

The Hans Koller triple LP is in and looking good. The sleeve features artwork by Liz Miller entitled Synaesthetic Score. The album itself features the German NDR Bigband, legendary bassist Steve Swallow, American saxophonist John O’Gallagher and Danish guitarist Jakob Bro, alongside an outstanding line-up of eminent UK jazz musicians. The album release is scheduled for April 15, […]

Sneak preview: Retrospection

A sneak preview of the front cover artwork for the forthcoming triple (!) LP from Hans Koller. This is being released as a collaboration between Impossible Ark Records and Stoney Lane Records and will be out in early 2016.

Sneak preview: James Allsopp Quartet

A sneak preview of the artwork for the forthcoming James Allsopp Quartet LP ‘I’m A Fool To Want You’. It will be released on Impossible Ark Records as a limited edition vinyl soon.  

Acland Burghley: Visual Arts exhibition

Another of our ongoing projects is the design for the annual Acland Burghley Visual Arts exhibition. Every year a students work is chosen to feature on both the poster and the invite that is sent out. Below is both the 2105 and 2014 posters.

The SPAB Briefing

A while ago we were asked by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) to design a new supplement to go with The SPAB magazine. What we came up with is The SPAB Briefing. It is smaller than the A4 magazine (it’s 189mm x 267m) so it sits neatly under the masthead of the magazine […]

The Horticulturist redesign

The first issue of the redesigned Horticulturist magazine has arrived back from the printers and so far the feedback from the Chartered Institute of Horticulture has been extremely positive, which makes the hard work and long hours all worthwhile.