Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, from everyone at Analogue. We are off to enjoy the festive period and we’ll be back in the new year.
See you in 2012!
Volume 3 of The Portobello Star menu sees another collection of worldly liquid masterpieces, complimented with each spread showcasing a bespoke typographical poem. Check their recently launched website for the Ginstitute & Still Room updates here.
Routes Into Languages is a consortium of universities working together with schools and colleges, to enthuse and encourage people to study languages. They gave us a brief to illustrate their up and coming Language factor song competition. The target audience was from the ages of 14 to 19yrs so we wanted to create a fun [...]
In the age of digital music, Lisn asked us to design and produce something physical that could be posted to potential clients and reflect their cutting edge and forwarding thinking approach to music synchronisation. The end product consisted of a fold out mailer which housed a cd and doubled up as a stylish print. Lisn [...]
After 5 years of working with the Angel’s Share we say our last goodbyes. Analogue has built up a great relationship with the company over the years, creating a well established brand through a variety of medias. Although the end is near, an exciting new venture is on the horizon. Stay tuned to find out [...]
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