supergroup is a creative a-team that comes together whenever they are called upon. each member has chart-topping experience in their own right — and the supergroup line-up can be remixed to match appropriate talents to new ideas and spaces



Great Wall of China Supergroup

Great Wall of China

Jake, Groupie, Luke and Zed Support Band

Jake, Groupie, Luke and Zed Support Band

Ladies starting the big clean up obey the Chinese health and safety rules

Ladies starting the big clean up obey the Chinese health and safety rules

For Those About To Rock We Salute You!

Rock On! Lily, Morag & Phoebe


Wayne, Gerardine & Luke with a pint! Rock-on!

Lemmy performing

The Scarlet Pimpernel!

Y oh Y!

All smiles!

Wow this was a big place to speak!

A sunny day this year! 2012

Stadium concert outfit! 2012

Studio 2012

Lucky Lucky Lucky, 2012

Point, 2013

OTIS, Los Angeles, artist team 2013

team Morag & Luke, OTIS, LA, 2013

Vinyl Lounge, Vinyl Factory, 2012

Movement Cafe, Greenwich, 2012

eye eye, 2013

The Pavilion, Birmingham, 2013

On a giant coral far away 2013

Map fabrication & installation team 2013

Cloudgate, Chicago 2013

Lemmy studio, 2014

Temple of Agape, Southbank 2014

Swing it! Wakefield 2014
Photo Bob Collier

Posts Tagged ‘graphicdesign&’


Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Page 1: Great Expectations —  Charles Dickens, Design Museum, GraphicDesign+


Friday, May 11th, 2012

The proof of my Page 1 for the book — Page 1: Great Expectations curated by GraphicDesign& — Seventy Graphic Solutions — book available now.

For my Page1 — I wanted to conduct an experiment to see how the reader/listener would understand the text if the words were arranged in columns, in which multiple words were grouped together and where all punctuation was removed. The words are listed in the order they appear, with multiples shown under the word’s first appearance. There are 278 words in this piece of text and 166 are unique. The font used is Typewriter Condensed.

Then I read the original and my version out loud. The former obviously flows as intended, while in comparison my staccato version encourages the reader to experiment with emphasis, allowing different interpretations of the piece.