If you're a regular reader of this blog (we're assured they exist), you may have noticed that lately we've not been posting as frequently as usual.
This is partly just the ebb and flow of our work / blog / life balance, but it's also because we've been rather busy moving studios.
We've said goodbye to Brixton, and have moved north and east to Clerkenwell, sharing studio space with the rather wonderful Fitzroy & Finn and David Pearson.
You can find us at Studio 1, Albion Buildings, 1 Back Hill, London EC1R 5HT. We've just about finished unpacking, arguing with BT, painting the walls and generally settling in; so normal service should resume soon.
There are a plethora of sites out there that showcase lovely bits of graphic design, and an increasing number of those are devoted to the world of cover design. (See our earlier post.)
FaceOut Books, from the Oregon design studio The Design Works Group, takes this a step further though, and looks in detail at the process of creating those covers. They post regularly each Monday, and have quickly created a real treasure trove of delights.
Really great and worth taking some time out to have a look through.
The latest Cut & Paste Digital Design Tournament hits London at the beginning of April, with a selection of pixel wizards doing their thing down at the Coronet in Elephant & Castle. No news yet on who's competing or judging, but it should be a grand night. Tickets from Amiando.