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An Eyeful of Wry exhibition identity


Sneaky peek at the exhibition identity for An Eyeful of Wry for the Government Art Collection. Presenting works rife with wit and a hint of the absurd, An Eyeful of Wry is an exhibition intent on exploring art cut with a wry sense of humour. From droll, 18th-century caricatures by James Gillray, to satirical prints and Simon Faithfull’s video of an impossible journey, these works in dierent media explore our respective positions – the artist as the joker and the viewer as a sharp-eyed observer. They offer an insightful look at the blend of art and comedy that has shaped the Government Art Collection since its inception.

Choices, choices…


Finishing touches… selecting head & tail bands for upcoming book Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic for V&A Publishing.

FEAST signage

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Spotted: our hand-painted signage at West Norwood’s FEAST community market

Photo: Instagram @wn_feast

Recent work


A few recent projects.

Design of Psychoanalytical Notebooks Issue 31, New Nordic Gardens for Thames & Hudson, Scala 2017 publishing catalogue and Gunilla Josephson: Houses and Whispers exhibition leaflet

In good company


Our poster for the Matthew Williamson exhibition made it into The Design Museum in a Box. Curated by Deyan Sudjic, the box contains 100 postcards showcasing iconic works of art and design. Published by Penguin, it marks the museum’s relaunch in Kensington.



Results from 6 year old’s introduction to

#Somme100 Commemoration


Good to see the commemorative programme we designed in situ at today’s Commemorative event in Thiepval to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.


Cotton shopper bag designs for West Norwood FEAST.

New cards


New business card delivery brightens up this wet and windy Wednesday.

Work in progress

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Work in progress on the visual identity for a landscape architecture firm.