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The William Morris Society Magazine

The latest issue of The William Morris Society Magazine (the Spring 2018 issue) has just gone to print so now seemed like an opportune time to show some examples of spreads in the first seven issues we have designed…

The Victorian: celebrating 60 years

The Victorian Society is celebrating its 60th year and to commemorate that fact The Victorian magazine has a special cover this issue showing the sadly lost Euston Arch. The painting, entitled ‘The Doric Arch’, is by Barbara Jones and comes from the Victoria & Albert Museum.

Pinnacle: issue 4

The latest issue of Pinnacle magazine features a wonderful cover image of medieval stained glass, taken at St Mary’s, Battlefield, Shropshire.

The Professional Gardener

The Professional Gardener magazine (the quarterly journal of the Professional Gardeners’ Guild) has recently undergone a redesign and the first two covers since are shown below.

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.    

The William Morris Society

Pleased to say we are now designing for The William Morris Society. After a recent brand redesign undertaken by Angus Hyland of Pentagram we have taken over the ongoing design for the Society which has meant designs for the Magazine and the Journal as well as other promotional material such as the Membership leaflet, Events programme and […]

Historic House: restoration

It’s been a long time since I posted anything about Historic House magazine, but the Autumn 2015 issue is out now and the cover features a fabulous image of the restoration of St Giles House. Usually the magazine would have an ‘after’ image on the cover, but I thought this was just too interesting and […]