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The studio feed is where we share output from our latest projects, process, experiments, news and culture. More detailed case studies can be found on our work page.


Kingdom Lineup Announced

Posted 26 Feb

Kingdom lineup launched yesterday. It features 4 unique collaborations between pioneering architects & musicians creating experimental stages for a special kind of outdoor-party experience.


L20 Programme Launch

Posted 15 Feb

Leeds International Festival 20 programme launch revealing first events. Check it out through website link below. Images by Ben Bentley.


Kingdom. 24–26 July 2020

Posted 28 Jan

A first look at some of the work we’ve been doing with Kingdom – the first UK festival to bring together architecture, music and food in a new kind of collaborative party experience.


Website for The Firm

Posted 15 Jan

A new site and identity refresh for one of the award-winning music production house.


2020–2025: The Next Chapter

Posted 03 Jan

The Big Yellow Book – LeedsBID editorial design.

Mariano Vivanco

Posted 18 Dec

Website design and build for one of the world’s leading fashion photographers.


Julia Holter: The Passion of Joan of Arc

Posted 14 Dec

The breathtaking, emotionally-charged soundworld of one of today’s most remarkable artists meets the intensely expressionistic universe of a landmark of early cinema.

Posters for the world premiere for this event co-produced by Opera North and the Barbican.


Fedrigoni 366 – 03.09.20

Posted 11 Dec

Great to be included in the lovely new Fedrigoni 366 calendar by TM Studio. We did March 9 printed on Woodstock Verde.

All profits go to charity – available to buy through Counter-Print.


Brand video for Studio Egret West

Posted 26 Nov

Happy 15th Birthday to Studio Egret West – it’s been a great 6 months working together to launch their new brand and website.

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Coldplay – Everyday Life

Posted 27 Nov

Great to be back working with the guys at Coldplay and LA based artist Pilar Zeta on the new album campaign – Everyday Life.


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