Wednesday, 8 February 2012

A man with a real job

When your mate calls you up and asks for a logo for his asbestos surveying company, it doesn't immediately fill you with inspiration. However...

I did the logo in five minutes and fired it over to the guys at Ditto Press and they came back with something that filled me with joy.

Ditto Press use a technique called Risograph printing.

"Covering the ground between digital and screen printing, we print on a variety of paper stocks giving a great finish at a fair price." 

Every students dream for sure. But what they have managed to do in their beautiful but modest studio, is to make printing fun again. 

There's no endless Pantone options, instead a nifty 18 swatches to choose from, including some excellent fluro's.

The result: a very dry job, that looks exciting, vibrant and fun.

Cheers Ditto.

Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Kama Sutra

Loving these beautifully rude designs for Penguin Books by Malika Favre at