We were delighted when Computer Arts hosted us in their My Design Space feature, which you can find here.
No matter where we go, our flagship studio in Scotland’s grunge capital Glasgow will always be our beating heart. Our design space was long ago a general store, more recently a laundromat, and probably a couple other things in-between. Now it’s a design shop.
Like all things, we approach our space like a project: functional, efficient, and — importantly — interesting, damnit! We’re human creatures!
In addition to a well-stocked book shelf, the beautiful sign in the back is from an old Glasgow tram. Another favourite item, the bed & breakfast sign, was a gift from our pal and ace designer Kenna.
Our Beertimes parties are a chance to explore creative beer packaging, and the abstract figurative ones we created for beer x All the Young Nudes are some of our favourites.
This Cubs pennant is a bit redundant after they won the World Series in 2016, but we just don’t find new sports-related design as handsome as the good old stuff. This is something we’re exploring…
Even in the digital age, understanding traditional design technique is foundational. This type lens is mighty handy.
We don’t just make ideas—we make things. Sometimes those things are longboards. Life is good.
We like to joke that we’re just a bunch of failed musicians. Like all decent jokes, it’s funny because it’s true.
We’re going places, but our design space is where the heart is.