Projects credited in
- Charlie Bigham'sRe-design of the Charlie Bigham’s range of ready-to-cook delicious dishes. Charlie first set up his business inspired by his love of food and travelling. With the redesign, we wanted to bring the joy of food and travelling to the brand and the packaging so we decided to portray street markets from all around the world. We commissioned the incredibly talented illustrator Emily Sutton to create lots of lovely illustrations of market scenes, ingredients, animal and human characters which we put tog
- The Roundhouse - brand voiceWe gave the Roundhouse a fresh voice, with circular messaging that shows how they give back. The Roundhouse is one of London’s most-loved live venues. But few people understood that it’s also a charity. The big-name gigs and events feed back into a wide-ranging programme of arts education and access for young people. Working with Magpie Studio, our job was to bring both sides of the brand together. We created a fresh, direct voice that speaks to the heart, and cyclical messaging that underscores the link between performance, and public good. Now, every poster, flyer and ad talks about the impact of Roundhouse’s work, as well as the performance itself. So when people book a ticket, they know they’re giving something back.
- Whole EarthLinocut illusrations and handmade lettering bring to life the core values of the Whole Earth products: wholesome, earthy, unprocessed, abundant and delicious. The extensive range includes several nut butter variants, soda drinks, coffee alternatives, kethcup, baked beans and cereals. Designed at Bigfish. Copyright © Bigfish Design 2018. Photography: Natalie D’Cruz, styling & art direction: Emily Major