April 2018

Londonewcastle – L&N Paper

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 Deptford and Kensal Rise. The paper is printed in large runs and distributed for free across the city in galleries, independent stores, coffee shops and bars.

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April 2018

Saint Luke

Saint Luke is an artist management agency based round the corner in the Truman Brewery on Brick Lane. With a reputation for nurturing emerging talent as well as supporting the careers of established artists across photography, styling and beauty, we worked with co-founder Cathy Butterworth on a new website to communicate and promote the company’s expanding reputation.

We developed an editorial feel to the overall site, while incorporating moving image on the homepage to keep it visually exciting.

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March 2018

Case – Architectural Cards

We recently partnered with Case to create a gift box of 27 notecards. The set includes 3 each of 9 separate geometric designs, all of which have taken inspiration from contemporary architecture.

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February 2018

Margaret Howell AW18 Show Invite

The architectural features of Rambert, were used as inspiration for Margaret Howell’s AW18 show invite for LFW. Based in the heart of London’s South Bank, Rambert’s headquarters has been the venue of choice for the past few seasons now, due to both its accessibility for the fashion press as well as the building’s clean modern design tying in very well with the Margaret Howell overall aesthetic. This season’s show featured an autumnal palette of browns and olives, together with pie crust collars and a mac collaboration with Barbour.

February 2018

Londonewcastle – The Makers

We have recently completed the overall creative direction and marketing of a new mix use development on Nile Street in Shoreditch. The scheme of 175 residential apartments and a school, embraces the tradition of creativity and making within Hackney by celebrating noteworthy creatives who live and work there. Named ‘The Makers’ we collaborated with illustrator Rose Blake and photographer Nick Ballon, to portray local artists, florists, cooks and artisans to get their take on what makes the borough so special.

Deliverables include all marketing and advertising collateral in printed and digital formats for the UK and Far East.

January 2018

Margaret Howell Calendar 2018

British brutalist sculpture was the theme chosen by Margaret Howell for this year’s calendar. The brutalist architecture photographer, Simon Phipps was asked to photograph a selection of post-war British sculptures that are all in the public domain but often overlooked. Simon was dispatched to various housing estates, roundabouts and shopping centres across the UK to capture these pieces, all of which were originally commissioned to enrich the life of regular passersby.