After a little while in development – building a subscription process that you can pause at any time is a complicated bit of coding – our devloper, Dan, has the patience of a saint! – the TwoDay Coffee Roasters new site is live. All built from scratch in Umbraco, with a really clear CMS. To keep on-brand, Adrian developed lots of bespoke illustrations which really add to the process of ordering. Never run out of your favourite coffee again:
Planet Pizza continues to flourish since we re-branded and re-postioned them last year - nothing to do with the great food obvs! Our latest project for them is this simple website, capturing the atmosphere, making booking easy and encouraging foot-fall.
Hot off the press! We design and produce this artists calendar annually with the Calendar Co-Op, local artists submit their work and represent the different months.
This year there's additional seasonal insights from award-winning garden and food writer Lia Leendertz. Gills fave images include Adrians page, inspired by his new cycle route to work, a glorious rural bridge view from Laura Cramer and new work by Gail Reid for January 2020... 2020?! Eeek!
We raced back to Hauser & Wirth in Somerset to see a fantastic solo exhibition of work by Alexander Calder (1898 – 1976). We thought we knew his work – mostly his mobiles, but he created wire sculptures, carved figures, oil paintings, jewellery, furniture – and a chess set!
We just loved the mid-century vibe – and any excuse for a trip to Bruton and the fabulous Piet Oudolf gardens.
Having moved house recently to our 'rural idyll' in Flax Bourton, we were pleased to be asked to take part in a local art show. We designed the banners and posters too. Adrian has exhibited his personal work many times throughout his career as an illustrator and artist, but Gill is fairly new to pottery so it was pretty exciting for her! We both sold a few things and met a few more of the locals - lovely! #countryliving