At the end of August, Tesco stopped selling ‘one-use’ 5p plastic bags. It was a brave, bold move designed to reduce litter and the number of bags sent to landfill.
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.
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’.
I’m really pleased to have contributed to this rather classy pack showcasing this year’s Madonna and Child Christmas stamps.
Better late than never. Here’s a project that I worked on with the wonderful Kate Shaw, Global Creative Director at Crabtree & Evelyn quite a few months ago.
I don’t know how Mark Farrow does it. Year after year, he produces standout graphic design, sweeping young pretenders aside in his majestic wake.
After a 20 year hiatus, I’ve invested in a new needle and some cleaning fluid, and started buying vinyl again.
Among the goodies waiting for me under the Christmas tree this year were two pairs of decidedly retro underpants.
For those of us brought up in 1970s Beirut – and there were one or two – this should bring back some memories.
Thought this would be the perfect date to share one of my all-time favourite pieces of packaging.