Jono and his baby. Separated at birth. Or rather his wife and the baby were separated at birth, but Jono was clearly closely connected - though not physically with the birth - definitely with what led to the birth. You get the gist....
We’ve just completed our first brand book for Silver Cross. It’s full of info on their lovely prams and pushchairs, as you’d expect, but also full of ideas for family days out in the UK, smoothie recipes, tips for travelling abroad with kids and car games, which you wouldn’t expect.
Very many thanks to everyone who helped out – Ali, Rixy, Si, Emma, the Nice Boys, Rory, Jon, Tim, Anthony Crook, Dan Germain, and let’s not forget Mr Simpson, without whom this might never have happened. (And of course Alan, Nick, Phil and Jason at Silver Cross)
If you've got a friend or relative who's pregnant, we'd recommend ordering a copy.
Inspired by the rain. Here's some recent STA work.
Designed to capture a sense of journey and exploration. Using an iconic train / tube map design we visually created unique journeys across Europe highlighting possible experiences and adventures to stimulate consumer interest and imagination.
This Webex ad that splurges across the Brand Republic landing page is virtually impossible to shift in Safari. It has remarkable staying power, is impressively intrusive and extremely f*%ing annoying. I'm off to Firefox.
Our very own Adam Rix had some of his work on display in last weekend's Guardian Guide. This is it:
It was his fiery response to a brief set by Serif to redesign the tube ticket. Strangely, he seems rather coy about sharing his great work with the world, so I had to post it instead. Good work Ads, and nice spelling too.
Personally I like to hibernate with a pile of old DVD's when it is pouring down outside - but if you prefer, you can soon stroll around in the gloom and wet with an internet umbrella. With "a large screen on the top surface, a built-in camera, a motion sensor, GPS, and a digital compass" you'll be able to photo-share, 3D navigate, YouTube, geotag AND receive real time localised ads whilst getting drenched to the bone. Can't wait.