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WE’RE GRAPHIC DESIGNERS

We help brands, startups and individuals tell their story

WE DO VISUAL IDENTITY, PRINT, PACKAGING, AND MOST FORMS OF DIGITAL

We think the principles of good design are universal. The specifics may vary, but a logo, website, business card, poster or label all have to be effective graphic design before they can be anything else. We combine experience, insight, knowledge and inspiration to ensure your needs are considered as a whole and deliver rational, effective, characterful design using whatever medium is right for your message.

WE ARE FRANK

Collectively we’ve got a lot of experience and we each come at design from a different angle. From working on global brands at international agencies to helping wide-eyed dreamers start their own businesses (and setting up a few of our own as well) we’ve done the lot. On the whole we’re pretty personable (but maybe wait until we’ve had our morning coffee).
ANDY HALL
ANDY HALL

Designer

Recovering hoarder. Obsessive about typographic detail and crafting, but equally keen on grubby ephemera and naive hand-wrought wonkiness. Passionate about film, music, analogue cameras and bicycles. Recently been getting inky fingers from experiments in linocut printmaking.

LIZZY BARNES
LIZZY BARNES

Designer

Pint sized typography enthusiast. Untitled photoshop layers make me nervous. Fond of instant cameras, Wes Anderson films and Monster Munch. Devoted bookworm and currently dabbling in hand lettering and terrible embroidery.

RICK WEBB
RICK WEBB

Designer

Untidy minimalist. Enjoys the bigger picture, clean type, wobbly hand lettering, wit, style and intelligence. Instinct for the contemporary, affection for the past. Been looking forward to the Memphis revival for the last 15 years. Lately been going back to basics with not-very-good watercolour landscapes.

POPPY
POPPY

Border Terrier

Recognises there are issues with the term 'Graphic Design', but feels it remains useful shorthand for considered visual communication. Embraces the technological democratisation of the discipline, believing that ultimately this reveals the importance of expertise, experience and flair. Likes chasing squirrels and chewing sticks.