Tag: Design

36 DOT

36 Days of Type is an internationally recognised online project, started by Barcelona based designers Nina Sans and Rafa Goicoechea. It is an open call to designers, illustrators, animators and artists of any kind to submit their interpretations of the letters and numbers from our alphabet every day for 36 days, via Instagram and Twitter. Here, our designer Katie shares her experience participating in the project.

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A new look for an award winning garden designer

We’ve recently had the privilege of working with award winning garden designer Juliet Sargeant on a new visual identity for her design business. We met Juliet and got an insight into her incredible talent and passion, through our work with The Modern Slavery Garden, so were delighted when she asked us to work on a rebrand for her own business. 

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Sublime design Spring Harvest 2016 live album

We’ve been beavering away the last couple of weeks designing the album artwork for Elevation’s latest release ‘Game Changers: Live Worship from Spring Harvest’. Having designed the identity for the 2016 Spring Harvest event, it has been exciting to push the brand in a different direction and produce something that matches the energy and professionalism of the music.

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Winning gold at Chelsea

One of the things we love most about what we do, is having the privilege of working alongside brilliant businesses and organisations. Sublime is all about honouring the people we work for and helping to release the full potential of every project for every client, large or small. Life is busy, but every now and then there’s a moment that forces us to stop, take stock and be truly thankful for the people we work with.

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Big type in a little village

Ditchling is a beautiful little village in the heart of the Sussex countryside. From Tudor buildings, to cute cafés and boutique shops, it’s easy to see why this is such a sought after place to live and visit. But beneath the surface of this seemingly quintessentially English community, is an exciting history of wild creativity.

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#Share the love

In February this year, we were contacted by The Martlets Shopping Centre in Burgess Hill to organise, execute and manage a social media marketing campaign for Valentines Day.

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The logo challenge

Aaron Draplin, owner of Portland’s Draplin Design Co, has an uncanny way of stripping a complex idea down to it’s basics and making it relatable.

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Design can be art. Design can be aesthetics. Design is so simple, that's why it is so complicated.

Paul Rand