Glasgow-based design studio O Street has hired a new creative director, Ed Watt to bolster its team.
O Street's co-founder David Freer added: "We interviewed a lot of great designers, but Ed's proven track record of managing his own agency and his digital and Ping Pong skills made him a perfect choice".
Meanwhile, O Street has launched a new website that includes a TV channel: 'O Tube', a radio stream: 'O fm' and an online shop.
Co-founder Neil Wallace said of the "The design is much cleaner and fresher than our previous site. We wanted to draw more attention to the work, so there is a lot of clean white space and bold colour imagery."
O Street's new online shop sells a range of items designed by the agency, including a series of skateboards. They have collaborated with Glasgow longboarding legend Will Thornton and ShowPony to design the series (longboards and shortys, pictured) and a range of t shirts.
Check the video stream on O Street's website to see Wallace and Freer learning to ride them.