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Headlong Hedonists

headlong hedonists

IN THE STUDIO

09 – 02 – 2016

Headlong is a dynamic theatre company that creates exhilarating new work for audiences across the UK. We have been working with them to develop an eye-catching and engaging piece of print to inform and attract potential high level donors to the Company. Support Headlong and become a Hedonist!

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Oxford based Perspectum Diagnostics

perspectum diagnostics infographic

IN THE STUDIO

01 – 02 – 2016

Oxford based Perspectum Diagnostics is developing techniques that could change the diagnostic pathway for patients. NWGD have been working with them to create an infographic that tells this story in an accurate and visually dynamic way. Do you have a complex message to put across to a varied audience? Contact us to discuss your needs.

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Ruskin degree show inspiration

ruskin school of art (oxford) degree show

INSPIRATION

21 – 06 – 2015

Elleanor Pryer stole the show at the Ruskin degree show 2015 in Oxford. Her intricate graphic style with coloured accents worked beautifully in the space. Zoe Dunn also grabbed attention with her playful installation combining upturned serpent like ties with bold wallpaper floating off the walls. Well worth the trip for those near Oxford.

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signage development in the studio

perspectum diagnostics signage

IN THE STUDIO

18 – 06 – 2015

Perspectum Diagnostics is making fascinating advances in diagnostic medicine and we’ve been working with their CEO to create bold new signage for a major forthcoming conference that will set them apart from their competitors. Here we have livers, logos, lovely people and eggs! Contact us to discuss your design needs.

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Illustrations in the studio

industrial vehicles

IN THE STUDIO

14 – 05 – 2015

We’ve been working on icons of some epic vehicles for a multinational manufacturing company planning a media visit to Europe. A grape harvester, fire engine, trucks and the beautiful kiln cathedral gives a clue to where they will be going.

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branding in the studio

anna vayanos

IN THE STUDIO

07 – 04 – 2015

We’re working with the founder of Anna Vayanos Philanthropy Consulting to create a new brand identity and suite of marketing materials that will be used to launch the company at the beginning of next year. A clean aesthetic with bold typography will establish the company as significant new player in the South African corporate market.

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Logo development in the Studio

loam & yarn

IN THE STUDIO

30 – 01 – 2016

We’re loving working with innovative new lifestyle brand loam & yarn on their new logo. The company create extraordinary living artworks that transform over time into stunning hanging gardens and beautiful hand made crocheted creations made exclusively of natural yarn.

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Inspiration for designers

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patchwork

INSPIRATION

01 – 05 – 2015

Children’s theatre at its best! Three talented artists brought every day objects to life using sound, puppetry and movement to create a magical world that captivated all. We loved the uninhibited responses of the children – a spit in the eye for any who say art is too “difficult” for children to enjoy. Patchwork is an immediate and  life enhancing joy.
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Inspiration

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infecting the city

INSPIRATION

20 – 03 – 2014

A Cape Town based arts festival that surprises at every turn. A dance piece at the Golden Acre shopping centre transformed heaven into a rave, giant puppets took over the train concourse and a haunting installation of empty dresses reminded us of the problems still facing this beautiful country.

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