• Mugs to inspire conversation

    Working for Department Store for the Mind we packaged up these delightful mugs, created in collaboration with John Paul Flintoff to inspire meaningful conversation between friends. 

  • Toot the Tiny Tugboat

    We were delighted to work with Emily Penny at Colourful and Lupus Films to create the logo for a new children's animation 'Toot the Tiny Tugboat'.

  • ​We've been published!

    Thanks to Basheer Books for our pages in Designlicious featuring Love Brownies & the RNLI food packaging range.

  • Wilderness Festival Play Den and Shop

    We volunteered our time and skills to Wayne Hemmingway to create a play den and shop at Wilderness Festival. It was such a pleasure to work with a fantastic team. Designers: Katie Steel & Vicki Turner

  • RNLI Packaging Design

    RNLI wished to broaden their appeal with their locally sourced confectionery range, so invited us to review their packaging design. The brief was to engage with visitors across the country and to remind them of ‘beautiful days by the sea’. We visualised the British seaside using various scenarios and nostalgic elements that are simplistic, positive and coherent across the range. Designer & Illustrator: Vicki Turner

  • Creature Collective

    We launched our home-wares range 'Creature Collective' at this year's Clerkenwell Design Week and then popped up at London Design Festival. 
    Designers Katie Steel & Vicki Turner.

  • Love Brownies Feature in Design Week

    We have been featured in Design Week for our Love Brownies project. Thanks to Mike Reed for hitting it with the copy. Choc-a-bloc with goodness. See the full project here.

  • Tides and Times

    The Tides and Times exhibition was an open-air celebration of the River Thames, showing structures designed by school children in partnership with architectural practices. We were lucky enough to work with Alsop Associates and Christ Church School on their piece. Supafrank consulted on the design and detail of the structure. Utilising a modular building system, helping to realise the children’s designs. It all came together in a wonderful structure, standing proudly in the grounds of Somerset House.

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