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  • Sticky Page Markers for Brunel University

    Last year, I collaborated with Brunel University to design and produce customised sticky page markers for their 50th anniversary celebrations, to use as promotional gifts.

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  • HUF magazine exclusive interview

    "When people ask, I tell people I’m a designer, but my approach is a lot more about exploring and expressing creativity rather than solving a specific need or ‘gap in the market’, so in that sense, perhaps I’m more of an artist" ...

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  • dshott 4.0

    We’ve just relaunched our website following a major update which took a year to pull off.

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  • Japanese stationery instagram giveaway

    One-off packaging design and collection of the best Japanese stationery, in collaboration with CW Pencil Enterprise, New York.

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  • Extra Preview #12

    We’re exhibiting our original product designs again in Tokyo, this time at Tabloid. Come see our awesome stationery and new project (Japanese ceramics!).

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  • Pop-up shop #3

    Following our treehouse pop-up shop, then our tiniest, remote-control pop-up-shop, our new concept shop design is coming soon…

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  • Reporte Publicidad – Interview (english ver.)

    3-page magazine interview with Argentinian journalist Marta Gonzalez Muguruza, talking British Design, Tokyo pop-up shops and university disasters.

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  • Active Creators 2015

    Our first trade show in Japan. British design goods for wholesale. We’ll be exhibiting our designer stationery, and playful home items. Come say hello!

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  • Designboom Mart 2014 (Tokyo)

    Exhibiting at TDW, with DesignBoom mart, for the 4th time.

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  • IC card holder concept

    Enter the metro, fry an egg. Prototype of a concept design that might be a bit too silly for mass-production.

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  • Recent Press

    A round-up of where our designs have been featured, in magazines, newspapers and even on T.V!

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  • Interviews

    A round-up of some recent interviews.

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  • Nozomi

    Our Tokyo design studio just got a little bigger.

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  • Pop-up shop #2

    If the concept’s not a surprise, it’s not a proper pop-up shop. Our latest pop-up shop concept will be popping-up very soon.

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  • Made in Tajimi

    We had a chance to document the Japanese ceramics industry whilst filming the making process of plate-plate.

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  • The “Designer Special” (kickstarter reward)

    One-off, customised presentation packaging for the backer of our highest reward tier.

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  • Rainbow wholesale

    Want to stock genuine Rainbow Pencils in your gift show or high-end stationery store? Get in touch!

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  • Plate-Plate on the Telly!

    As seen on TV. Yeh, we can say that now. Used on American TV as a visual dieting tool!

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  • Plate-Plate to launch at Tokyo DesignBoom Mart

    Our new playful ceramic design is made in Japan, and we’re launching them in Tokyo during TDW.

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  • DesignBoom Mart 2013 (Tokyo)

    Exhibiting in Tokyo, for the second time during Tokyo Designers Week, and the third as part of DesignBoom Mart.

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  • Nessie Pins in the V&A

    Museum-worthy designs, officially! The Victoria & Albert museum now stocks our stationery in their shop.

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  • Rainbow Pencils – Successful!

    2,864 individuals have made our creative project a reality.

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  • Rainbow Pencils – Now funding on Kickstarter

    I've just launched my brand new project, Rainbow Pencils. Recycled paper pencils that make tiny rainbows every time you sharpen them!

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  • A’Double Award Win

    "Award winning design studio", yeh, we can say that now! ^^

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  • Real Boy Film

    The mammoth task of hand-painting 2000 tiny pins, documented in a quick and tidy 77 seconds.
    Watch it now!

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