job opp

29.05.14

–––Position taken October 2014, we’re not accepting any more applications–––––

Would you like to move to O Street?

We’re on the hunt for a talented junior designer.

O Street are a team of highly experienced creatives, working with ambitious and established brands and people. We’re small and focussed, staying close to our clients and taking care of the details at every step. We love what we do, and our clients do too.

Aside from the givens—bright ideas, technical skills, typography knowledge—we’re looking for strength in digital design, top notch presentation and impeccable taste in music and all the groovy stuff.

Most of all, you’ll have what they call ‘the eye’—an innate design sense and the ability to execute that with flair and precision. Beards optional.

Please send your folio links to David at david@ostreet.co.uk


green2014

16.04.14

To The Lighthouse for the launch of AD+S GREEN2014 exhibition. We worked with the AD+S curators, exhibition design partner Stuco and photographer Peter Dibdin to document the environmental legacy of the XX Commonwealth Games. More to follow…

Pictured above is Caroline pictured in front of her, er… picture. However, Zander her dog didn’t make it past Lighthouse security. Shame.

Below, Stuart Kerr of Stuco explains to Peter Dibdin that he’s just been down to have a wee word with said security on the matter of dog admission protocols. Gangsta.

wha’s like us? exhibition

20.12.13

Wha’s Like Us? A Nation of Dreams and Ideas opened at the National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh last week. The exhibits on display, drawn from the depths of the library’s archive, celebrate the outstanding achievements and contributions made by Scots and Scotland to the world. We collaborated with Stuco on the exhibition design. (more…)

home article

25.11.13

Nice wee article about the soon to be launched HOME venue in Manchester. It’s from the @visitmcr magazine, nice little publication by Marketing Manchester . Also, its an old school scan of an article, remember how we used to do that before the tinternet!