Bespoke Typography

    • Bespoke typeface for Nova Interiors

      Hand lettering and illustrations which form the base of a rebrand for Yee Kwan Ice Cream. We created bespoke type for each flavour, as well as the majority of the type on the packaging.

    • Hand Lettering for Yee Kwan Ice Cream

      Hand lettering and illustrations which form the base of a rebrand for Yee Kwan Ice Cream. We created bespoke type for each flavour, as well as the majority of the type on the packaging.

    • Bespoke typeface for the British Tinnitus Assocation

      Hand lettering and illustrations which form the base of a rebrand for Yee Kwan Ice Cream. We created bespoke type for each flavour, as well as the majority of the type on the packaging.

    • Impossible Letters

      A set of impossible letters spelling out MINDFLICK. We drew inspiration from Eschers mathmatically impossible illustrations and perspective experiemnts to create this set of letters that made no logical sense.

    • Hand Lettering for De Montfort Uni

      We were asked by De Montfort University to create their freshers campaign, 'Fresh Fest 15'. Rather than create 1 logo to be used, we created 30 variations of hand lettered type to be used on posters, tote bags, badges & moving graphics.

    • Bespoke Typeface for Don Valley Brewery

      As part of our branding process for Don Valley Brewery, we created a bespoke typeface. The brewery specialises in brewing real ales, so we looked back at the traditonal craft of pub stained glass windows and gave it a modern twist.

    • Charnwood Bespoke Typeface

      Charnwood is a typeface inspired by a routed sign seen at Chatsworth House in the Summer. The sign was sat in front of a 40-piece orchestra, from Loughborough. The routing of the sign gave the font a rounded, yet angular quality, with odd thick & thin areas, which I thought were really nice. We'll be working on the full typeface, with 3 weights – Soprano, Tenor and Bass, for release asap.

    • No Dice Bespoke Typeface

      No Dice is a bespoke display typeface, created specifically for an exhibition in London called 'Present!'. The font is based on the shape of stop signs. For our poster, we chose the words DON'T LOSE TOUCH to remind ourselves not to get too tied up in the business world.

    • Parabolic Bespoke Typeface

      Parabolic Curves are curves drawn using only straight lines (the sort of thing you used to do in Maths at School). As part of 36 Days of Type we created an alphabet based on these mathematical curves.