Our new site is finally live, please take a look – www.01134.co.uk
We recently approached Jewellery brand Hiho with the idea of doing a customer magazine, and being one of those clients that has the balls to try new things, they gave us the go-ahead and a big ol’ bag of ‘free-reign’ and we invented the Hiho Catapaper, which launched at this years Badminton Horse Trials – above are two illustrations we created with the mad skills of Terry Sommerville, a student who had been on placement with us. – Images of the Catapaper will post shortly.
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Merry Christmas from the kids at Hello. x
Martin at Neville brody lecture
In house Pumpkin Sculptor Martin Lee has an exhibition of his recent work at the unlikely venue of Lloyds Pharmacy in Frome, Somerset today (28/10/09).
A small preview from the upcoming Phoenix magazine Gudrun and I (mainly Gudrun) have been working on.
Here’s a little sneaky peek into some work we have been up to at Hello. We where asked to contribute to a new design book ‘1000 tips by 100 designers’, we will update the blog when the book goes public to the … Continue reading
Our Hello book has arrived! 100 pages printed on GF Smith Naturalis recycled with a Colourplan with Morocco emboss and matt silver Alufin Foiled 8 page cover. Nicely wrapped in our ‘Happy’ poster. Available through our website, for a small fee – except for those lucky folk who pre-ordered up to now – Yours are in the post – enjoy!
We have 100 limited edition unscored copies of our new poster available. The poster is printed 5 colours with a silver overprint, on GF Smith Naturalis smooth recycled paper. If you want a copy, please drop us a line (we … Continue reading
Lush! Our hello poster arrived today, and oh what a beauty she is! This is a limited addition poster, printed four colour plus one special on Naturalis by GFSmith. The poster will be sent out with our new work book as the envelope. … Continue reading