Unicorn Theatre


The Unicorn is the UK’s leading professional theatre for young audiences. It has a simple main navigation consisting of only two items: “what’s on” and “everything else.” If you select the “go backstage” button in the upper right corner of certain productions, the entire site will drop down to the bottom of the browser window to reveal some interesting facts, outtakes and other things you wouldn’t find front of house.


The Hospital Club

branding + print

A private members’ club in London, the Hospital Club was founded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart. Branding for their new bedrooms is brought to life with illustrations by Mark Smith. Maps of things to see and do within one mile of the club were created with six different themes from ‘romantic’ to business. A Little Book of Creativity is also included in each room to help with any creative blocks.

Wilton's Music Hall


Music halls were once wildly popular entertainment venues in the decades before cinema. Wilton’s, in East London, is one of the very few still surviving. Today, it is a thriving heritage and multi-arts performance space, with rehearsal rooms and two bars. The building’s famous textures are found throughout the site that is rich in content from events listings to podcasts to a historical archive.


human cell atlas

branding + website

This ambitious project has the potential to impact almost every aspect of biology and medicine. It brings together a community of scientists with diverse expertise who share the common goal of creating a comprehensive reference map of all human cells as a basis for understanding human health and diagnosing, monitoring, and treating disease.
Created for the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute.


Kavli NDI

branding + website

Established in 2015, the Kavli Neuroscience Discovery Institute at Johns Hopkins University is one of twenty prestigious Kavli institutes existing on the campuses of major universities worldwide. Its mission is to advance neuroscience discovery by uniting neuroscience, engineering and computational data science to understand the structure and function of the brain.
The logo uses Penrose structures that create endlessly complex tiling shapes. Resembling both neural networks and engineering cogs, they represent the fields of neuroscience and engineering coming together to create a growing understanding of big data, in the form of a puzzle that can, and will, be solved.


Tangled Feet


Tangled Feet creates and tours work all over the UK and Europe, sometimes inside theatres, but often in public spaces. Its stories are routed in reality: from youth unemployment to parenthood to the migration crisis. The bold, vibrant colours of its performances are echoed in the site. A custom “tangled” type treatment is also featured. 

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