Look at Me!

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Red Nose Day 2015 is upon us, so we’ve joined forces with our friends at MultiAdaptor and signed up to their crack team at Red Logo Associates – essentially a hand-picked squad of elite designers rustling up red nose logos for the great and the good. All 100 red logo designs will be showcased and auctioned off at a fund raiser this evening in London’s fashionable east end. Our mission? To design a logo for Client Liaison Officer Sarah Mei. She’s a self confessed “volatile, loud and obsessive personality” (her words not ours, we hasten to add). Sometimes the first lightening bolt idea you have is the best, and with a surname like that we couldn’t hold back. A bit like Sarah, in fact.

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Extra curricular

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You may be familiar with our lovely clients, Quietroom. If so, you’ll know that they are a team of brilliant thinkers, writers and trainers. What you might not know, however, is that many Quietroomers have extra curricular creative lives. When not thinking, writing and training, their team get up to all sorts: singing, recording, scriptwriting.

So perhaps we should have been slightly less surprised when we started spotting Quietroom partner Vincent Franklin's face all over London. Look, there he is emblazoned across a huge poster campaign advertising Channel Four’s new series Cucumber. Thinking, writing, training and helming-a-massive-new-tv-show. Now that’s multitasking.

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Shop local

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As we’ve come to expect, last night’s Design Dinner was another great get-together. The format of the bi-monthly event is simple: a small audience of senior design industry figures, great food, a drink or two and (crucially) a fascinating speaker. In the past, we’ve seen talks given by stand-up comedians, puppeteers, bloggers and filmmakers.

Taking the stage last night was Ben Leask, founder of Ben’s House, a lovely little store near Warren Street in London. Ben described his early life as the son of a shopkeeper in Blackheath, his experience in retail around the world and the ethos behind his store. Ben puts this ethos best on his own website: "Everything in my little store is Cured, Created, Crafted in London Town."

Next time we're in Fitzrovia, we’ll definitely be dropping in for a London brew.

You can find out more about Ben’s House here.

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Going underground

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There are loads of things we love about working with University of the Arts London. But one of the very best things is seeing our campaign work out and about whilst travelling in London. It’s never less than thrilling to see your own work printed really big and scattered throughout the Underground network. We currently have two live campaigns for UAL. Here’s an example of one we spotted today. Keep ’em peeled, Londoners.

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