We recently asked Cameron Duguid to created this animated film that interprets Tommy Perman's designs for the packaging of our latest Random Spectacular project, Concrete Antenna, a 12" vinyl and print set by Rob St. John, Simon Kirby and Tommy Perman. The project is inspired by the trio's sound installation at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop. Copies of this limited… Read More
On Friday 12th July 2013 our friends at Caught By The River and the BFI are celebrating the launch of A London Trilogy: The Films of Saint Etienne 2003-2007 with special guests, filmmaker Paul Kelly and Saint Etienne’s Bob Stanley, Sarah Cracknell and Pete Wiggs. From a beautifully conceived film-poem and an imaginative exploration of the… Read More
We'd been aware of Jonny Hannah's The Man with the Beautiful Eyes animation for some but we've only just found it online. I asked Jonny for a few words about the film... "The Man with the Beautiful Eyes is an adaptation of a poem by my favourite author, Charles Bukowski. I collaborated with the very… Read More
An exhibition of Saul Bass’s instantly recognisable work has opened at the Kemistry Gallery in London. Breaking all conventions in the 1950s and 60s, Bass virtually invented film titles as we know them today, and he was the first to synthesize movies into compelling trademark images. In a period when graphic imagery can be so… Read More
We're very proud to have been supporting the Edward Bawden exhibition that's on at the Bedford Museum & Gallery, running until the 31st of January 2010. And on Thursday 21st January you can visit the gallery for a free screening of the 1947 Ealing comedy 'Hue & Cry' for which Bawden designed the poster below.… Read More
Out with friends last night and for some reason this cropped up in conversation - a brilliant bit of telly from Peter Serafinowicz.