May 2019

Fred Perry for Margaret Howell

Excited to announce our involvement in the brand collaboration between Fred Perry and Margaret Howell, two of our favourite clients.

Working yet again with photographer Josh Hight and stylist Stuart Williamson, we art directed the campaign last autumn across at the Brentham club in Ealing, Fred Perry’s old stamping ground. The tennis-inspired clothing range will be available in-store and online from both Fred Perry and Margaret Howell from May 2019.

May 2019

Fred Perry Zine Q2 2019

The second instalment of the Fred Perry zine is now available in stores!

April 2019

Begg SS19

The Begg x Co SS19 campaign was shot on a journey that started in mainland Scotland and then across on the ferry to the Isle of Arran. Imbued with portraying the softer side of Scotland, our male and female models were sent on a fictional adventure so we could document the subtle details on the way – contrasting the changing landscape and weather with the current collection of products and accessories.

The outcome was a series of still images and a short film for both wholesale and retail sales.

Photographer — Josh Hight
Stylist — Stuart Williamson
Hair and make-up — Teddy Mitchell

March 2019

Anglepoise 90 MINIMINI

We were recently commissioned to work on the packaging and identity for the new Anglepoise MINIMINI. These are now available to buy in the Design Museum Shop.

February 2019

Fred Perry Zine Q1 2019

StudioSmall has been hired to art direct the new mainline collections for Fred Perry, and to feature the shots online and in their printed zines. The aim is to create 4 mini campaigns this year to catch each collection bubble every time they drop online and in-store.

Photography Jon Gorrigan
Styling Ianthe Wright
Hair & Makeup Emil Zed

January 2019

Londonewcastle – L&N Paper 04

Published biannually by Londonewcastle the L&N Paper focuses on the artistic activity of London and what makes it the best city in the world to live. Based around a singular cultural theme each edition contains original interviews with artists, designers and other creative individuals as well as highlighting newly happening areas of London such as Clapton and Deptford. The paper is printed in large runs and distributed for free across the city in galleries, independent stores, coffee shops and bars.