Congratulations to our client Redag Crop Protection whose Discovery Division has been sold to Globachem NV. Check out how Globachem grows its logo on the home page video. The Redag Crop logo won’t be disappearing however. They will retain two key assets to develop and license through 2019 and beyond.
The card game prototype has been enhanced with a second phase of work this month including the 3D printing of plastic components (thank you Protolabs - amazing!) enabling all aspects of the game to be more realistically tested. Having rotating wheels on which to track scores and set the card challenges, and to be able to play against the clock, all helps to give a more realistic experience and properly test the fundamentals of the game. It’s great to be a key part of developing a new product and bringing it to market.
Really pleased to support John Ford at the launch of his book, Rudolph Ackermann and the Regency World at the British Museum's Print Room. Ackermann was a pioneering designer and entrepreneur during those exciting Regency years when London led the world innovating across the creative, technological and cultural spectrums. We have worked with author and historian John Ford for years. If you’re interested in British style and taste, buy his book here: https://rudolph-ackermann.co.uk/
We're prototyping a board game as part of a proof of concept exercise for a new brand. All playing cards will be face up (unlike bridge, poker etc) meaning that a game of chance becomes, in theory at least, a game of skill. We like that. But the next phase is ascertaining whether lots of others agree.
Our number nine has just been painted by our gifted sign writer Rob Oldfield. Naturally we agonised over designing an appropriate 9 for the front of the building and think we have a wonderful solution with a strong nod to its Georgian origins. Thank you Rob.
There’s also a matching "St Oswald’s House" for the private side of the building in wonderfully wide and masculine Roman capitals.