Books, from the London Transport Museum shop

2019-02-11T15:09:43+00:00December 28, 2018|

Gifted two wonderful books both from the London Transport Museum shop at Covent Garden. A Logo For London by David Lawrence writes about the origin and development of the London Transport bar and circle roundel, probably one of the best identities applied across commercial design. Letterforms by Timothy Samara covers 'typeface design from past to future', a must have [...]

Season’s greetings

2018-12-30T11:46:40+00:00December 20, 2018|

Season's greetings one and all. The studio is closed from 21 December until 2 January 2019. We wish all our clients, suppliers, colleagues and associates a Merry Christmas and a peaceful new year. This year's image is the Danish stamp from 1958. #seasonsgreetings #christmas2018 #danishstamps

New modern workspace, done

2019-02-11T15:12:22+00:00December 16, 2018|

Last week saw the completion of new modern office space within a period building. Our client was looking at expansion into a dilapidated building that adjoins offices we designed three years ago. After a building measurement survey, we produced floor plans and layouts which included a large meeting room, plant room and new internal door opening to [...]

Where’s my Google Map gone!

2019-02-11T15:10:52+00:00December 3, 2018|

Problems with your map displaying on your website? Google recently relaunched its Maps Platform bringing together their excellent dynamic maps and Streetview, Google Routes (Directions) and Google Places (for reviews, locations on business pages). However, as of July 2018, you must add and enable a credit/debit card to your Google account and have a valid API key. So if you have not already [...]

working with the iconic Woolmark brand

2019-02-11T15:14:28+00:00November 16, 2018|

Our creative director Andrew worked with the iconic Woolmark brand back in the late 1970s as a then-junior team member at T&G Display Studios. T&G built and installed bespoke fashion shows, exhibition stands and displays for the International Wool Secretariat, who were at the time based in St James, London. As a ‘production assistant’ Andrew regularly [...]

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