David Sparshott - REDA 'Ordinary Day'

Established in 1865, Reda is an Italian wool mill with a rich history of producing high quality fabrics. Fast forward to 2019 and the company was looking for an illustrator to help launch their innovative new Reda Flexo fabric. 

The fabric is designed specifically for suits and it's USP lies in it's flexibility to be worn for any number of different activities throughout the day. The brand wanted to bring this to life, by illustrating a number of scenes in the everyday routine of a busy suit wearing man. David Sparshott was identified as the perfect fit (excuse the pun) to draw up the Reda 'Ordinary Day'. 

The images will be used on the client's website, at trade shows and across social media channels. 

Frank 5 (coming soon)

We've just been sent these images of our frank newspaper being packaged up and ready to send out to your good selves. We're oh so excited about this, but where are the Oompa Loompa's? 

Quentin Monge- Hakkasan Restaurant

Soho institution and legendary Chinese restaurant Yauatcha wanted to make a splash to welcome in the Year of the Pig. They approached our man Quentin Monge with a bold brief calling for abstract shapes that come together to form the shape of our friend the hog. The images were used to cover the windows of the Broadwick Street restaurant and also brought to life as social media animations by the team at Kilogramme. Happy Chinese New Year everyone...⁠⁠ or rather Gong Hei Fat Choi.

Martina Flor - Post Office

Martina Flor is helping the Post Office spread the word about their monthly £10,000 prize draw through a campaign commissioned by MullenLowe London. The eye catching adverts showcase Martina's ability to take on a range of typographic briefs and deliver wonderful results. In this particular case the brief allowed Martina to channel pop art and comic book influences. They'll be hard to miss as the campaign rolls out across the UK from February.

Behind the scenes with Paul Thurlby

We spent the day in sunny Brighton capturing BTS shots of Brighton based illustrator Paul Thurlby and his, A Little Film About... 

You can watch the full film here