We work with some of the world’s largest brands and some that are somewhat more modest. A few of our clients you may have heard of, others you may not have… yet.

There is however one thing they all have in common. They all benefit from the quality of our creative product. Whether it is creating a brand from scratch or revitalising one that has lost its zip, we deliver bespoke creative solutions that really make a difference. That is why our portfolio is as varied as the people we work with.


Nike launched into the swimwear category in 2006 with a revolutionary new fabric called XLA. The fabric utilised the latest fibre technology and was a genuine innovation to the market. This needed to be reflected in the POS whilst remaining true to the over-arching values of the Nike brand.

Influenced by photography styles more commonly associated with luxury cars or hi-fi, we created a series of images shot in an underwater tank that enclosed the technical nature of the swimwear range.


A joint venture between British Land and Oxford Properties, The Leadenhall Building is arguably the most iconic building on London’s skyline today. Designed by world renowned architect Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners the building continues the innovative architectural approach the practice are synonymous with, including the neighbouring Lloyds building.

Key to the story of The Leadenhall Building is the distinctive slope to its exterior, leaning in reverence away from the iconic St Pauls and preserving the viewing corridor to the landmark. This was graphically represented by distinctive type setting and framing of images to add an immediate sense of ownership to the brand. The brand told a consistent story through digital, printed, and experiential media.



When two giants of the New York dance scene came together the resulting brand had to stand out from the crowd. Strategically creating an organisation model that focussed on the cross genre collaboration of artists, we created a name that reflected this new approach – New York Live Arts.

The resulting brand marque captured the energy and dynamism of the new organisation and neatly illustrated the core proposition of bringing talent together. The brand goes from strength to strength and continues to be the most talked about arts organisation in the city.



We were asked to create a brand for 10 Portman Square that reflected this stunning new office development from British Land the stature of the building, situated in the heart of London’s glamorous W1. With 113,000 sq ft of space over seven column-free floors, it offers a modern office environment in a prestigious and exclusive location.

We created an identity with a fluorescent colour palette, used with confident restraint, which was inspired by the innovative dichroic fins that adorn the outer windows of the building. The thought process for the logotype emphasises the key selling attribute of the building – the address surrounded by an abundance of London’s best attractions.


We rebranded the Brewer’s range of reference titles with a solution reflecting the eclectic, eccentric and involving nature of the books themselves. We developed a brand proposition highlighting the quirky nature of the content, ‘The Scenic Route to Knowledge’, or as Terry Pratchett commented, “This is in fact not what you were looking for but it is much more interesting”.

A new brand marque and a visual language based around the concept of a Cabinet of Curiosities gave the brand a distinctive look and feel.


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