On December 1st 2017, The Khukuri, a client we had been working alongside a few years before, was taken over. The new management (who also happened to be Sunil’s brother) had a vision but wanted someone he could trust to bring it to life. Being designers, avid photographers and having a keen interest in how elements should work together, tactilely » Continue Reading.
The Kelpies. A remarkable feat of engineering and creativity by the Glaswegian sculptor Andy Scott. Upon seeing these magnificent horse heads from afar you cannot help but stop to visually digest the almost ethereal majesty of these silver steel sculptures. They sit amidst the beauty of the surrounding nature in the most surreal way like a mirage in the » Continue Reading.
As a designer, it’s so easy to go through what I like to call a creative drought in that you get so caught up in the daily grind of what your client wants that your own inner creativity can dry up, as a result your work becomes mediocre and begins to lack passion and inspiration. When this happens STOP! Take » Continue Reading.
Graphic design is a design process whereby graphics, pictures and text are placed together to produce a coherent whole. This can be physically or virtually. From the postage stamps on your letters to the tin of beans in your cupboard or to the website that you are now reading, this form of visual communication is everywhere.
Why do you need » Continue Reading.
I recently went to the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington and came across the awe-inspiring Travel Photographer of the Year 2014 exhibition. As much as I loved all the other entries, this was the one that got me. Taken by a UK photographer, Timothy Allen, winner of the Cutty Sark Award for the Travel Photographer of the Year 2013. WOW!
Just for fun after being inspired by the Bond In Motion exhibition at the London Film Museum, Covent Garden:
I’m Bond, James Bond with a Licence to Kill Octopussy on Her Majesty’s Secret Service. Did you know The Spy Who Loved Me took me to Casino Royale to see Dr No who, in turn, scared The Living Daylights out of » Continue Reading.
The Grand Budapest Hotel. A movie so perfectly put together that each still reads like a Tennyson poem. A visual spectacle of artistic brilliance in the background together with the simple yet cleverly told story in the foreground. Every detail is delicately precise and purposefully positioned: the lift scenes for example, though set against a plain background, the placing of » Continue Reading.