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A fickle 2011

I did it last year and I liked it so I thought I should carry on the practice. In fact it might just inspire me to do it for other suitable projects. Maybe… As you will be able to see there was no event in January, hence the gap top left of the review. You […]

Wah Wah 45s update

It’s been a while since I updated the site with some of the work I do for the record label Wah Wah 45s, but as they are having the big annual bash at The Scala next week this seems like an ideal time to do it. So, here are three recent flyers (three different venues […]

V&A Members brochure

Some time ago I was asked to do a one-off job for the V&A Museum and this was the result; a 16pp brochure for a Members trip to Istanbul to celebrate the opening of Jameel Gallery of Islamic Art within the V&A Collection. I must say it was a joy to work for the V&A, […]

Sneak preview: Made In Earnest

.. of the new ‘anti-branding’. More to come as and when I have them, but this is just a sneak peak of the soft proofing (wrinkles and all) and even though it isn’t on the 540gsm GF Smith stock I gotta say I am liking the Bodini in that red.

A fickle year

As the December flyer has been approved and signed-off I thought this was an appropriate time to post up a little pictorial review of The Fickle Formula flyers for the year. Not only do I like doing things like this visually, but this sort of exercise helps give a clear overview of where the identity […]

SPILL Festival of Performance

For those that don’t know, SPILL Festival of Performance is the UK’s premiere artist-led biennale of experimental theatre and live art which began in 2007 and takes place in a variety of venues across London. The festival is produced by Pacitti Company, the Artistic Director is Robert Pacitti and Made In Earnest are responsible for the identity […]

Business cards (now sadly defunct)

I really liked these cards I had made some time ago. We did them on a thick matt card and sandwiched a sheet of orange in between the front and back, which is actually quite difficult to show in photographs but which looks great when you have the card in your hand. It’s subtle, but […]