Established by Gareth Wild in 2000 to provide graphic design, art direction and cross-media creative solutions, collaborating with a network of freelance specialists to build appropriately skilled teams around each project.
Over the last 20 years we have worked on a variety of commissions for international brands, national institutions, charities and start-ups. Our clients come from a variety of sectors – arts, culture, media, fashion, technology, telecoms, education and transport.
We design to support client messages, anticipating trends and wider cultural influences to deliver appropriate solutions. Research is at the heart of our process and we invest time gathering information from primary sources in advance of their absorption into the mainstream.
We worked with Reebok to re-launch their football collection, helped Amazon (LoveFilm) refine their video streaming portal and created an advertising campaign for Channel 4 to promote a season of US sitcoms (Friends, Ally McBeal, Will & Grace). We also worked on a comprehensive brand identity for the government funded organisation tasked with de-carbonising the UK energy sector (Energy Systems Catapult) and re-branded Jesus College (Oxford University) ahead of a major capital investment and their 450th anniversary.
We also work with a variety of cultural institutions, venues, performers and artists, including environmental graphics for the recent exhibition ‘Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules’ at Somerset House. Other clients include Academy of Ancient Music, Britten Sinfonia, Saffron Hall, Contemporary Arts Society and the National Trust.
Gareth is a graduate of the Royal College of Art and was a senior designer at Neville Brody’s London office working with Salomon, Macromedia, Deutsche Bank, 4th Estate Publishing and The Guardian. Studio research projects have been exhibited at The London Design Festival, The Photographer’s Gallery and Microsoft’s European Research HQ in Cambridge.