Gunn & Taylor approached us to assist with developing an end of year promotional campaign – this year we took inspiration from venue, Moon Under Water. Moon Under Water is an essay wrtten by George Orwell for the London Evening Standard in 1946, chronicling the myth of the perfect public house. Gunn & Taylor have employed their special foiling, embossing and die cutting machine.
We dreamed us several iterations of the Moon Under Water, dashed with white foils and a delicate red foil contrasted with silver on toothy uncoated black paper. Another fine ink on paper moment where communication, craft and print know how meets.
Cheers to Mr Gunn and the printing team for another terrific collaboration.
imagemaking / print / merchandise