Archive for the ‘Exhibitions’ Category

Catch Up With – Wendy Bevan

This month’s Catch Up With plays host to Polaroid extraordinaire and all round artist Wendy Bevan. Hannah Smith headed down to her new solo show ‘Slow Light’ at The Cob Gallery in Camden to Catch Up With Wendy.

Friday Favourites

Pandas take over Hong Kong, a room made of words, the best knitted food ever and a room of dancing packing material. Check out this week’s Friday Favourites!

Friday Favourites

Tim Flach’s animal portraits These aren’t all new (some have been doing the rounds since 2012) but Tim has recently been in the news again with the launch of his new book Evolution and they are awesome shots. Jade L thinks “there’s lots of good photographers out there but it’s rare to find someone capturing animals the way Tim Flach […]

Catch Up With – Kate Moross on her new solo show

If you haven’t heard of the name Moross, you must have been hiding under a very grey and dull rock for the last decade. This radiant rainbow of talent is the self made Camberwell graduate who has worked with some of world’s biggest names, cementing the colourful Moross Brand firmly on the design map. Graphic […]

Warning, this blogpost may be too cute…

To welcome in the new year, we held a Cutest Baby Competition in our Amsterdam studio – check out the winners here!

Friday Favourites Christmas Special

A holographic tree at the Rijksmuseum, a Sleigh Tree in Budapest, Christmas lights on American homes, Santa’s Brand Book, Chuck Norris’ Christmas ad and more on our Friday Favourites Christmas Special!

An inspirational tour of the London Design Festival

Not so long ago we took some of our clients out on a sensorial tour of Shoreditch, getting out there to get a bit of inspiration at this year’s London Design Festival.

Friday Favourites

Hear the sounds of the world on Radio Aporee, Richard Rogers’ exhibition at the V&A, Patrick Strattner’s bizarre objects and a crystallised forest in glue, all on Friday Favourites.

Friday Favourites

Sometimes these posts are built around a theme, sometimes a theme presents itself. Entirely by coincidence, whether finding the unusual in every day objects, changing our perceptions of  technology, or simply making us look twice, all of these pieces challenge our perspective. The liquid paint here looks momentarily solid, possibly organic and definitely alive. Lisa […]

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Claire Parker judges identity of youth label Nimus

Claire Parker, Creative Director at our Amsterdam office, is part of Marketing Tribune magazine’s design panel, so every month she will judge a corporate design. This time the design panel was asked to judge the identity of Nimus, the youth label of the Jheronimus Bosch 500 event in 2016.