I’ve been working on the Royal Mail Year Book for over 20 years now.
We were as thrilled as ever to work on the 2016 Royal Mail Yearpack, one of our favourite projects, this one designed by the talented chaps at Studio Up.
You wait weeks for a tone-of-voice project, and then five come along at once.
Delighted to report that ‘Grimm Bros Inc’, our Business Fairy Tales, picked up a Wood Pencil (in book) at the D&AD Awards earlier this month.
It would be impossible to put a figure on how many people ended up in graphic design through a love of music.
We finish our round-up of projects completed in the latter part of 2015, with the piece of work we’re probably most proud of … Sweet 2016.
To celebrate the forthcoming release of ‘Star Wars — The Force Awakens’ in December, Royal Mail is about to release a set of 12 stamps featuring key characters past and present, plus a mini shee
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.
This is the second book in our best-selling ‘classic fairy tales that mean business’ series, illustrated with some aplomb by Andy Goodman at Five-Bar Gate.
Before 2014 is but a dim and distant memory, here’s a sampler of Royal Mail’s Year Book and Year Pack, both published in November, for which we provided a variety of words.