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Ikawa

Ikawa

A nifty contemporary coffee roaster Ikawa, which means coffee in Kirundi, and first digital micro-roaster is now available. With the success of founders Andrew Stordy and Rombout Frieling’s kickstarter campaign, roasting your own coffee beans is made possible, enabling you to adjust the temperature, air flow, and roast duration to experiment and bring out the best flavor of...
The Pressery

The Pressery

The Pressery has become immensely popular among the brits because of its unsweetened flavor and for its nutritional value. This cold press almond milk is extracted without heat, keeping all the nutrients intact. It is rich in protein, fiber, calcium, minerals, and antioxidants that helps with the immune system, it is naturally sweetened, no artificial...
Pencil Post

Pencil Post

Pencil Post is a rather nifty editorial newspaper from Pencil Agency specializing in couture content creation with stories, creative layouts and maps for their clients. The first issue is filled with an insider’s guide to London’s Soho shops and restaurants. Pencil is a creative agency based in London creating bespoke content for their clients.  ...
Lou Dungate

Lou Dungate

Art and design direction studio Surface and Form created this understated elegant identity for the knitwear company Lou Dungate. They are based in London, UK. The Lou Dungate identity is rooted in the brand’s passion for hand craft. Taking inspiration from the nature of knitting we developed a bespoke monogram mark that brings a contemporary allure to an otherwise heritage...
Only

Only

Digital design and branding agency Only was recently founded by siblings Managing Director Daniel Tweedle and Matthew Tweddle as the Creative Director. They are based in Leeds, United Kingdom.
Sentinels

Sentinels

Paul Murphy photographs called Sentinels are captivating mountain ranges from the sea side or arid landscapes stand majestic rock formations that look as if wind and water has carved out faces on its surfaces. Murphy is from Northern Ireland and currently based in London.    
Albam

Albam

Albam, a British clothing line for men, has recently published a series of portraits with photographer John Spinks. A project that was meant to be a lookbook for this fall season naturally turned into a portrait series. Instead of using models, they photographed close friends, fellow artists and designers involved with the company and who also wear...
Of The Afternoon

Of The Afternoon

Of The Afternoon is a publication showcasing the talents of 32 young photographers. The first half of the  magazine features selected artists from their London exhibition, and the other with interviews from artists in their studio. Pre-orders include two 10 x 8 prints from the artists and will be shipped on the 1st of September. Of...
Laura Pannack

Laura Pannack

British photographer Laura Pannack explores her relationship with the subjects and documents her intimate understanding through honest portraiture. She is a firm believer that “time, trust and understanding is the key to portraying subjects truthfully”, and as such, many of her projects develop over several years. Her particular approach allows a genuine connection to exist between...
Passport

Passport

A contemporary yet classic approach to their brand Passport, an independent design bureau of Jonathan Finch and Rosalind Stoughton, chose its identity to reflect culture and international design that influenced their practice.
Hyperkit

Hyperkit

Hyperkit is a design studio started by husband and wife team Kate Sclater and Tim Balaam in 2001. The studio holds an impressive collateral of work mainly in visual identity, and print and publication. Authenticity has always been at the heart of our approach. Clients come from a wide range of sectors and are typically...
Freytag Anderson

Freytag Anderson

BERG Studio has recently joined affiliation with Effektive and now known as Freytag Anderson (a joint partnership of Daniel Freytag and Greig Anderson), an independent design studio for print, screen and environment. Some of their new work is now available on their site. Also BERG’s Edition of 100 project is still available, though their site is...
Glory Glory

Glory Glory

Glory Glory is a project and curation by Nick Blakeman, Alex Brown and Craig Oldham. An exhibition was held last week to feature A1 typographic posters based on football chants by designers and studios. The proceeds will help aid the charity British Blind Sport that would enable blind and visually impaired individuals to have access and opportunities in...
Assembly

Assembly

APFEL, which stands for A Practice For Everyday Life, commissioned Assembly to design the interior of their studio in London.   Assembly came up with an adaptable shelving system with an open wooden structure and powdercoated bent steel shelves. The shared working desk is set on reclaimed table legs with a new white laminated plywood top. Laminated plywood...
Monocle Café

Monocle Café

Since the success of Monocle’s little shop in Tokyo, there’s been talk of other shops to be installed. There’s been a few pop-up Monocle stores, but not as charming as its brick and mortar counterpart. A new Monocle Café will be open this April, only a block from Monocle HQ with free wi-fi to subscribers,...
Qubik

Qubik

Qubik is a design studio founded by Joe Gilmore in Leeds, United Kingdom. Qubik specializes in typographic-led design for branding, print and digital media. Their work includes design for branding, content managed websites, books, catalogues, brochures, posters, leaflets, signage and packaging. In addition to client-based work, the studio initiates and produces independent curatorial and publishing...
Flat 33 Gallery

Flat 33 Gallery

Temple produced this exquisite brand identity for the London based gallery Flat 33 Gallery exhibiting work from contemporary artists. The identity design is minimal yet meaningful, combining a symbolic, streamlined logo (the diagonal is a reference to the staircase of the gallery’s high-rise location) with pared-down typography and a colourless palette.  The challenge was to...
Cow&Co

Cow&Co

A new branding for Cow&Co shop in Leeds by SB Studio.
Because Studio

Because Studio

  A rather colorful folio from Loz Ives of Because Studio based in North England.
Ostrich Pillow

Ostrich Pillow

How many of us out there especially graphic designers work tirelessly over the computer screen for well almost the whole day, and feeling somewhat drained by noon?  Or when you find the need to block light and noise from your travels.  Well Kawamura-Ganjavian, an architecture and design studio in London, just launched their product Ostrich Pillow...