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This creative round-up features NS Studios continued tradition of exclusive New Year mailers with the latest in the 'This Year...' series,Sagmeister & Walsh's stationary system for its new partnership, Jon Bland from Music's personal project where creatives re-imagine the idea of No Fly Posters, Angus Hyland, partner at Pentagram's new range of premium quality watercolour pads, visual artist Amy Woodside's homage to Pop Art greats, and Studio Davis and Osborne Pike's collaboration on the new addition to Beam's award-winning tequila portfolio.
NB Studio has continued its tradition of exclusive New Year mailers with the latest in the ‘This Year…’ series. The aim was to create an annual limited edition piece to send out to friends and clients. Each year a topical theme is chosen and a new group of creatives collaborated with, working in a different medium to the previous year. Inside each folder is one of four signed, limited edition prints by either La Boca, Jonathan Burton, Katie Scott or Supermundane.
Jon Bland from Manchester agency Music has launched a new personal project where creatives re-imagine the idea of No Fly Posters, with their creations then pasted on an abandoned building in Manchester. Kicking off the rolling project are Bland and Matt Keers from Music, Creative Concern’s Abby Hambleton, Neal Fletcher of SB Studio, and freelancers Ross Francis, Alex Green and James Somerfield.
Following the release of Cass Art’s own brand papers, Angus Hyland, partner at Pentagram, has created a new range of premium quality watercolour pads. The packaging follows the same design principles as other Cass branded products designed by Hyland, using the stock and the paint medium to express the quality of the product.