Tesco are dead right. Their distribution lorries are in effect two-sided moving billboards, travelling up and down the UK motorway network. So you might as well use them as such.
You wait weeks for a tone-of-voice project, and then five come along at once.
Good to have some words featured in ‘The Sunday Times’, after a hiatus of over a decade. Only this time it’s as a brand copywriter rather than a design journalist.
Over the past year or so, we’ve been collaborating quite a bit with Proxy Ventures, an intriguing and unusual client.
They describe themselves as ‘venture capital creatives’.
We’ve penned words for all kinds of things — books, leaflets, posters, taxi sides, treasure hunts, sleeping masks, pencils, websites, biscuits, mobile phone UIs, and tubs of ice cream.
One Eighty is a new residential development in Stratford, east London, aimed at young professional ‘Generation Renters’.
Here’s the cutely animated result of a short script we wrote recently to explain QuidCycle, a new ethical peer-to-peer lending programme.
Over the past 18 months or so, we’ve been working extensively with branding consultancy Bostock & Pollitt, mainly on (London) property projects.
Much of the summer of 2013 was spent working on the prospectus for Haileybury (or more properly Haileybury Imperial and Service College), a leading co-ed private school in Hertfordshire.
A small-but-satisfying job for the newly formed Supple Studio. This is the latest incarnation of the hugely talented and affable Jamie Ellul, latterly of Magpie.