The Last Tsar at Science Museum now open

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Our last exhibition The Last Tsar: Blood and Revolution is now open at the Science Museum. It was a great pleasure for us to work on this first project with the museum and hope there will be plenty more.

Explore the extraordinary lives and deaths of Tsar Nicholas II and his family and go behind the scenes to uncover the science behind one of the greatest mysteries of the 20th century.

Free entry

We won our first design award!

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Our design for Dandydill Way won the Gold Junior Design Award in Best Children's Toiletries.

Dandydill Way is a luxurious range of natural products. Childhood freedom and adventure are represented by the scattering seeds of the dandelion flower floating on a summer breeze. The letters call for wonder and imagination and spell out the potential that every child has.

Discover more of the project here

 

The Great Pagoda in Kew Gardens

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Is now open. We are proud to have worked with Skellon Studio and Lucille Clerc on this fantastic project. Here is a picture of the opening on Monday. and we'll share more very soon.

In the meantime, you can go to Kew Gardens to visit the Pagoda and climb up the 10th floors to enjoy the view on the Royal Botanic Gardens.

International Women's Day

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In 2018, there is still a lot of progress to be made in international women’s rights. Woman should have the right to choose who they want to be, and what to do with their body. We are supporting Réseau Fertilité France (R2F) in their action to legalise cryopreservation of eggs in France. We are working in collaboration with this charity to develop their visual identity and hope we will have a positive impact on raising awareness about women’s rights when it comes to fertility preservation.

They just launched their Facebook page today, and this is happening here.

2017 = 17 completed projects

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This has been an amazing year for us. We were very busy and completed 17 projects in 2017. Click on the links below to find out more:

 

01.  Venom exhibition at Natural History Museum

02.  Listen exhibition at the British Library

03.  Designs on Britain exhibition at the Jewish Museum

04.  Exhibition Road Quarter opening invitation for the Victoria and Albert Museum

05.  Dandydill Way visual identity

06.  Demo Day branding and exhibition design at the Imperial College

07.  Cover of the single Black Room Session by El Deyma

08.  VOX Concert Series visual identity

09.  Workshop and visiting lecturer on Exhibition Design at London College of Communication

10.  Visiting lecturer at Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts

11.  Exhibition graphics at the Crystal Siemens building

12.  Cover of the single My last Day on Earth by El Deyma

13.  Logo design for Maïs Production

14.  Sounds like Christmas signage at the Victoria and Albert Museum

15.  Participation in The Fix broadcasted on BBC Radio 4

16.  Hackaton Workshop branding at Imperial College

17.  Logo design for Yr Ysgwr Museum in Wales

Dandydill Way gets some press

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Dandydill Way is  getting some attention from the press and Tania its founder has just been interviewed by Wild & Gorgeous. In this article, she speaks about the importance of design and how it should reflect the quality of the product inside the bottle.

"An important part of Dandydill Way is the look of the brand and that was hugely inspired by my time living in France. I love French beauty products, they are unquestionably the world leaders in design and I insisted on finding a French designer to create the packaging. My eye for detail has been finely honed after decades of work as a make up artist so when I found someone with the same obsessive attention to every last detail – and French – it was the perfect match!"

Thanks Tania, we are indeed obsessed in details!

Discover our work for Dandydill Way in our branding section by clicking here.

Read the full interview by clicking here.