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Because Studio. is an independent design practice in Preston (well “Beyond the M25) run by Loz Ives, who has a keen eye for detail, simplicity and relevance within the work he produces.
London based MultiAdaptor have a cracking website showing some of their stunning branding and communications work, check them out…
Andrew Townsend learnt his trade at Nottingham Trent University and puts it into practice at Un.titled in Leicester. His portfolio site not only has a fantastic collection of stunning works on display but he also provides great descriptions of the materials and production process on the vast majority of them so giving away the tricks of the trade. See more here…
Thanks Looks Like Good Design for sharing.
Cardiff based design and branding agency ‘Kutchibok’ have an array of simply stunning work on show at their clean minimalist website, definitely worth a look. Check them out here
Thanks Changethethought for sharing
Studio Output are a full service cross media studio based in both London and Nottingham (about 100 miles BeyondM25)
They do some truly awesome work which can be found on display on their website which is definitely worth a look if only to check out the point/click/drag navigation – love it!