Seeing the Light

Tomorrow sees the opening of a new exhibition at Turner’s House. For the first time, the general public can experience the profound impact that Turner’s time in Italy in 1819 had…

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Heritage in Britain

It was good to be back at ExCel for World Travel Market (WTM 2022) for the first time since the pandemic. This year, we designed the graphics for the Heritage in Britain stand

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On community funding

This short two-minute video may just change your perspective on what’s possible at the moment, both for community-based projects and also for design creatives.

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The Adventure Continues…

So what do you think might be the common thread between these much-loved British sitcoms: Dad’s Army, Rising Damp, the Likely Lads, The Good Life, Up Pompeii and Porridge?

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What goes around comes around

The Thames has frozen over down by our part of Teddington Lock for the first time since the Big Freeze of 1963.

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Our response #AMTHGF

During these difficult times, our focus has been on those who rely on ‘footfall’ in particular arts venues, tourist attractions, and heritage sites.

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Can design boost footfall?

As a branch of visual communication, graphic design has for many decades played its part in attracting visitors to places and attractions.

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Destination branding

It’s always interesting to visit WTM… especially when you haven't been for a few years. So earlier this month, after a three-year break, l headed to ExCel.

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Getting a reaction

It goes without saying that everyone is looking for a favourable reaction to their creative project. See how a simple anagram serves as a useful reminder.

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Cleverly hidden ideas

It’s enjoyable discovering hidden messages that are often found in company logos; the little gems which are sometimes slow to reveal themselves.

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