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.
In many ways, business jargon keeps me in business. I’m like a pest controller, brought in to exterminate added-value, fully leveraged, synergistic language.
Fat, indolent and full of seething contempt for the world, Ignatius J Reilly is one of the great characters of modern fiction.
Our latest work for Royal Mail is a new stamp pack celebrating the upcoming XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
It all started with a slightly skewed phrase that popped into my head one day for no reason… ‘A leopard never changes his spats’.
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.
What a 17-year-old book on the language of technology means today.
On Saturday mornings, I’ll often be found in Leamington’s Oxfam Books and Music on Regent Street.
At this time of year, when the print edition of Design Week was still around, I’d often be found rounding up the best and the worst of the Christmas cards on offer.
We’re delighted to have played a part in the recent relaunch of Reeve. They’re wood flooring and fittings specialists based in Norfolk, who work extensively with architects and designers.
When I was around 17, I had the best pair of jeans. I wore them virtually every day for three years, and by the end of that time, there was more patchwork repair than original material.