Tag Archives: Graphic Design

Pace Micro Technology

Pace is a leading technology developer for the global payTV industry.  Our brief was to design publicity material for the launch of their latest set-top receiver – a product which only differs from its predecessor by having a more stylish … Continue reading

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Tesco Stores

The classic Victorian cookery guide Mrs Beeton’s Book Of Household Management provided the inspiration for our packaging design of Tesco’s range of baking nuts. The colour and typographic references also borrow from the Robert Opie collection of early British packaging.

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Scottish & Newcastle

S&N’s challenge was to help redress the poor sales of Newcastle Brown Ale in cans, which contrasted considerably with the success of their bottled version – especially popular with students. Our proposal was to change the can’s appearance to closer … Continue reading

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Asda Stores

We were asked to develop packaging design concepts for Asda’s range of thin & crispy pizza. The target audience was identified as aspirational late 20s/early 30s professionals. We differentiated the five varieties by using contemporary colours for both the product … Continue reading

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Yorkshire Bank / Royal Bank Of Scotland

12-page brochure publicising a one-off project between these two financial institutions.

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Redmayne-Bentley Stockbrokers

Redmayne-Bentley Stockbrokers, who have 37 offices around Britain, were the first to bring stockbroking to the high street by opening ‘The Stocks and Shares Shop’ in Leeds in 2001. To celebrate their 125-year anniversary we were asked to produce a … Continue reading

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