We work with lots of great graphic designers on our projects but when we are left to our own devices we go low tech. Each letter of this alphabet was hand sawn by a different member of the public before being extruded. These letter forms were used to advertise the workshop series ‘Play with Clay’.
We have sewing machines and we like to make flags. This is the PLANT flag.
We run a service called Poster Paint. Neil will design you a physical poster by hand using paint for a small fee.
We make striking but simple event signage.
In 2017 we branded a square in central London with twenty massive fridge magnet letters which spelled ‘A TRIP DOWN MERCERS WALK’. Visitors were welcome to reposition the letters to spell rude words.
We tinker. This is a coffee menu for an unusual coffee shop we ran printed with a vertical pen plotter and sharpie marker.
This snow printer was developed on the premise that advertising by printing into fallen snow is probably unlegislated. We’re yet to be told otherwise.
This website was built in Squarespace by Ben. Here is our friend and software professional Tom ridiculing its functionality. We don’t really do digital.