Foresight Sports Simply electric!



Our latest graphic developed for Foresight Sports Europe. Developed as part of a new series of HUD style graphics, centered around key Foresight Sports products or Messaging and the data they capture/ present back to the user.

This graphic shows the Foresight Sports GC2 and HMT, with supporting visual representations of the data captured. This wealth of data is then fed back to the user to help evaluate their performance and to used to improve their game.

With the GC2, you can practice or play golf in any environment with equally trusted results.

Outdoors, the portable GC2’s exclusive self-leveling technology provides verifiably accurate results on every surface and on every shot. Indoors, the GC2 produces the most accurate measurements of ball characteristics at launch – period.

And at less than 10 inches long and under four pounds, the GC2 moves from outdoor to indoor as easily as it fits in your golf bag.

HMT (Head Measurement Technology) combines with the GC2 to precisely capture club head data with an ease and accuracy never before seen. With HMT, the most comprehensive analysis of a player’s swing and club head performance is now at your fingertips.

Instantly see critical data such as club head speed, horizontal club path, smash factor, dynamic loft and lie—even impact location—with the same unmatched accuracy you’re used to in the GC2.

You can find out more about Foresight Sports here

Dolby and Taylor identity

A new logo and visual identity for Dolby and Taylor

We have recently worked with interior design specialists Dolby and Taylor to produce a new logo and visual identity for the company.

We’ve just taken delivery of the gorgeous new letterheads and business cards that we produced for the rebranded Dolby and Taylor. They now have an identity that matches fine work they produce.

Also have a look at the new website that we’ve created for them. On the face of it the site appears to be a simple two page CMS website, that will be added too over the forthcoming weeks, but in the background the Dolby and Taylor website handles all of the admin and contractor time-sheets, cutting costs internally and making the day to day process of managing each job and each contractor much simpler.

Dolby and Taylor consider it their absolute duty to provide the very highest quality of service, consultancy, management and care at all times.

Consequently their craftsmen are specifically selected for their courtesy and integrity as well as their exceptional talents. They pride themselves on impeccable manners, respect for our customers and surroundings, exacting time keeping and absolute passion for our work. This makes for working in wonderful creative projects, inspired by their interaction with valued clients. They are believers that these components are paramount to the on going pursuit of excellence.

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Distrupol show Graphics

Just finished the stand graphics for our longest-standing client, Distrupol who we have worked with for over ten years.

Distrupol will be exhibiting at the Plastic Design & Moulding show in Telford on the 18th and 19th June. Using a stand which has been designed and produced to maximise their key message.

Distrupol is a European leader with over 50 years of excellence, innovation and expertise in the sales and application development of thermoplastic polymers and elastomers.

Our team of highly experienced sales people is able to meet your requirements and exceed your expectations, whilst adding value to your business. The team is supported in every market by our development engineers, who have an unrivalled knowledge of every aspect of polymer technology including design of parts and moulds, polymer selection to achieve best performance, troubleshooting and optimising the production of parts.

Our long term partnerships with world class suppliers strengthen our knowledge and give us an extensive range of high quality products to provide a material solution for every application. All of our suppliers are REACH compliant and all of the Distrupol businesses are fully accredited to ISO 9001:2008.

The Distrupol portfolio contains products and solutions that fulfil the requirements of leading and emerging industries. The range is accompanied by certifications and approvals for the automotive, medical, food and electrical industry.

Warehouses in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Sweden, Finland and the Netherlands support us to offer next day delivery across Europe. Materials are available from 25kg bags to full truckloads, octabins, big bags and bulk delivery. Whenever required, we can repack material in our warehouse into the desired packaging.

Find out more about Distrupol by clicking here

Josh Hill 2013 F3 car

The design for the josh Hill new 2013 Formula 3 car has now been applied.

As well as designing the livery for the Josh Hill F3 car, we have also updated the design for his race suit to match.

Joshua Hill (born 9 January 1991) is a British former racing driver from Surrey, England. He is the son of 1996 Formula One world champion Damon Hill and the grandson of two-time Formula One world champion Graham Hill.

Hill has been racing cars since 2008. After seasons in the British Ginetta and Formula Ford championships, he competed in the Toyota Racing Series, a Formula 3 style open wheel racing series run in New Zealand during the European winter.

In 2011 he competed in the British Formula Renault Championship, taking his maiden win in the November Finals.

In 2012 Hill raced in Formula Renault 2.0 NEC championship, finishing third overall and taking five wins.

Damon Graham Devereux Hill, OBE (born 17 September 1960) is a British former racing driver. He is the son of Graham Hill, and is the only son of a Formula One world champion to win the title. He started racing on motorbikes in 1981, and after minor success moved on to single-seater racing cars. But although he progressed steadily up the ranks to the International Formula 3000 championship by 1989, and was often competitive, he never won a race at that level.

Hill became a test driver for the Formula One title-winning Williams team in 1992. He was promoted to the Williams race team the following year after Riccardo Patrese’s departure and took the first of his 22 victories at the 1993 Hungarian Grand Prix. During the mid-1990s, Hill was Michael Schumacher’s main rival for the Formula One Drivers’ Championship, which saw the two clash several times on and off the track. Their collision at the 1994 Australian Grand Prix gave Schumacher his first title by a single point. Hill became champion in 1996 with eight wins, but was dropped by Williams for the following season. He went on to drive for the less competitive Arrows and Jordan teams, and in 1998 gave Jordan their first win.

Hill retired from racing after the 1999 season. He has since launched several businesses and has made appearances playing the guitar with celebrity bands. In 2006, he became president of the British Racing Drivers’ Club, succeeding Jackie Stewart. Hill stepped down from the position in 2011 and was succeeded by Derek Warwick. He presided over the securing of a 17-year contract for Silverstone to hold Formula One races, which enabled the circuit to see extensive renovation work. Hill currently works as part of the Sky Sports F1 broadcasting team.

Josh Hill 2012 race car graphics

Josh Hill 2012 car livery design

We redesigned the graphics for the Josh Hill  Formula Renault car, taking inspiration from the union jack flag and Josh’s British racing pedigree.

Joshua Hill (born 9 January 1991) is a British former racing driver from Surrey, England. He is the son of 1996 Formula One world champion Damon Hill and the grandson of two-time Formula One world champion Graham Hill.

Hill has been racing cars since 2008. After seasons in the British Ginetta and Formula Ford championships, he competed in the Toyota Racing Series, a Formula 3 style open wheel racing series run in New Zealand during the European winter.[1] In 2011 he competed in the British Formula Renault Championship,[2][3][4] taking his maiden win in the November Finals.[5]

In 2012 Hill raced in Formula Renault 2.0 NEC championship, finishing third overall and taking five wins. (courtesy of Wikipedia)

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wedding invitation – Festival themed

Wedfest – Wedding invitation

Inspired by the iconic circus big top tent and a festival/ camping theme desired by Darren and Sindy (aka the client), we designed and illustrated a series of graphics and a 2 sided A5 wedding invitation for the event. We also produced a menu following the same theme which tied everything together nicely for the happy couple.

The inspiration came in the form of iconic circus imagery, steampunk and vintage signs/sign writing. We wanted to give a nod to a sense of a vintage style but with a modern twist.

If you have an event or need an invitation and associated materials for a wedding, then get in touch we would be more than happy to help.


Letterpress – Print for love of wood

Letterpress studio

Print for love of wood is a small design and letterpress studio dedicated to wood type and tree hugging paper.

They design and print some really nice letterpress artwork, for that glimpse of a nostalgic era and a really nice sense of a quality produced item.

They also run workshops if you are near to where they are, to lean the basics of how to produce some great designs and materials.

Letterpress printing is a technique of relief printing using a printing press, a process by which many copies are produced by repeated direct impression of an inked, raised surface against sheets or a continuous roll of paper. A worker composes and locks movable type into the “bed” or “chase” of a press, inks it, and presses paper against it to transfer the ink from the type which creates an impression on the paper.

In practice, letterpress also includes other forms of relief printing with printing presses, such as wood engravings, photo-etched zinc “cuts” (plates), and linoleum blocks, which can be used alongside metal type, or wood type, in a single operation, as well as stereotypes and electrotypes of type and blocks. With certain letterpress units it is also possible to join movable type with slugs cast using hot metal typesetting. In theory, anything that is “type high” or .918 inches can be printed using letterpress

Letterpress printing was the normal form of printing text from its invention by Johannes Gutenberg in the mid-15th century until the 19th century and remained in wide use for books and other uses until the second half of the 20th century. Letterpress printing remained the primary way to print and distribute information until the 20th century, when offset printing was developed, which largely supplanted its role in printing books and newspapers. All forms of data collection were affected by the invention of letterpress printing, as were many careers such as teachers, preachers, physicians and surgeons and artist-engineers.[4] More recently, letterpress printing has seen a revival in an artisanal form. (courtesy of Wikipedia)

Check out their site here