As time is called at Des Vins in St Pancras station, this hoarding is being used to point people towards the other options available.
Our clients at the Education Endowment Foundation have been working closely with Handstand in publishing some ground-breaking research projects. We have been crafting and visually depicting some extensive studies around teaching and learning in the UK’s primary schools. The content and data is at times technical and complex, which has required some creative thinking from … Continue reading Putting design into research – The Education Endowment Foundation
A nice technical style drawing of the Bloodhound SSC land speed record challenger - hoping to hit 800 mph in the autumn of 2017 - used on the invitation for an evening with Richard Noble OBE.
This is always a nice project to work on, as spring becomes summer... Investec organise a number of summer garden parties at venues around the country. Sticking to a set theme and working up variations unique to each venue.
A fresh new look for the Alliance for IP in their latest newsletter.
We've just finished work on Hale's new website, giving them a much needed online presence and profiling some of their work.
The EEF has just published its Annual Report. Handstand continues to work closely with Stephen Tall and his team in designing and producing the report. This year we have created both hard copy (print) and digital (iPDF) formats. The EEF continues to fund inspiring educational initiatives, publish research and influence policy and educational thinking. We … Continue reading The Education Endowment Foundation’s Annual Report
If any project has defined the studio in the last 6 months, it has to be Hammerson's Big Positive Weekend, the sustainability festival that has travelled the nation to nine of Hammerson's shopping centres, including Westquay Southampton, Brent Cross, Centrale Croydon, Oracle Reading, High Cross Leicester, the Bull Ring, Union Square Aberdeen, Silverburn Glasgow and Cabot … Continue reading Hammerson’s Big Positive Weekend
A major change here! The 2014 FFT poster rocks photography instead of the earlier illustration style. This year is all about a classic cinema theme complemented by a retro typeface selection.
We’ve recently been given an exciting task of creating a new visual style for Fight Film Theft (FFT). The brief requirements included a logo design, a new colour palette and a website refresh. A well-rounded, complex assignment to show off our skills! In response, we've put together a fresh and flexible colour palette that makes the brand … Continue reading Fight Film Theft Rebrand