Catch up with our latest news, project previews, press & interviews
The Worlds of Dune in Creative Review ↗
Creative Review magazine has published an excellent write-up on Intercity-designed book The Worlds of Dune.
Summer of Light & Colour at The Box ↗
Today sees the opening of the Summer shows at The Box, with exhibition design by Intercity. Reframing Reynolds: A Celebration marks 300 years since the birth of Sir Joshua Reynolds, while Dappled Light is an exciting collaboration with London-based visual artist Rana Begum.
Pirelli VIP by Lineto ↗
Originally included as a complimentary font with the book Type 1: Digital Typeface Design, written by Intercity's Nathan Gale in 2002, LL Asphalt has recently been given a new lease of life. Renamed LL Pirelli VIP, the font has been extended to contain six elaborate versions of the original design.
Our Bristol studio has now crossed the river from Spike Island to the Tobacco Factory, a multi-purpose space for creative businesses.
New Season of Exhibitions at The Box
Last week saw the opening of the new season of exhibitions at The Box, with design work by Intercity. The Spring shows run to 4 June and highlight female artists, including Quinlan & Hastings and Sue Williamson, as well showcasing work from The Box’s own art collection.
Pharmakon by Still Moving ↗
Unveiled on 4 June 2022, Intercity had the honour of designing a stone-mounted plaque for Pharmakon, a bronze sculpture created by Still Moving for the MRC Centre for Medical Mycology at the University of Exeter.
Welcoming Radley Cook to the Team
Designer and artist Radley Cook has joined Intercity's Bristol studio. Specialising in brand identity, digital design and web development, Radley's work often combines emerging technologies with analogue processes. He also has a keen interest in fashion and filmmaking.
No New Worlds at COP26 ↗
No New Worlds is in Glasgow for the duration of the COP26 conference, facing delegates from a site on the Govan Graving docks.
New Flavours from Outdoor Provisions ↗
Our friends at Outdoor Provisions have just dropped two more flavours of their all natural energy nut butters - and we couldn’t recommend them enough... Dependable ↠ Portable ↦ Tasty
Mohini Chandra at Mirror ↗
Our design system in use for Mirror's new exhibition, Paradise Lost by Mohini Chandra. Running from the 28 August to 6 November, it explores the rich history of shipwrecks in the historic naval port city of Plymouth and their relation to empire, slavery and indenture.
The Box ↗
Intercity have worked with major new museum, art gallery and archive, The Box, on the exhibition design of Family & Friends: Reynolds at Port Eliot. The exhibition explores the relationship between portrait artist Joshua Reynolds and the Eliot family.
What Has To Be... at the G7 Summit ↗
Conceived to connect the G7 summit in Cornwall to COP26 in Glasgow, artist collective Still/Moving ran workshops in Rame and Carbis Bay to discover what local people felt needed to be said, transforming their thoughts into light sculptures using the modular typographic system designed by Intercity.
New Kit Day For Sterlands Cycles Race Team
We recently expanded our refreshed identity for Sterlands Cycles to its team kit. Using the mountain motif, the kit gives a sense of energy and forward motion. Great to see it out in the wild!
Natural Energy Nut Butters ↗
Outdoor Provisions have just launched two all natural energy nut butters. A highly portable and incredibly versatile energy snack for longer, lower intensity endeavours; multi-day hikes, trail runs and bikepacking when protein and (good) fat intake will plug the energy gap.
Talking to Creative Review About One Way ↗
Nathan Gale talks to Creative Review about One Way, our free typeface created to mark the beginning of 2021.
Fedrigoni 366 ↗
Fedrigoni 366 is an annual publication and calendar featuring 366 (this year is a leap year) leading creatives. Our geometric design interprets 19 October 2020 and is printed on Fedrigoni Woodstock Camoscio.
Zero in Wired
We’re pleased to say that Zero, the free typeface we released at the start of this year, has been used for a feature about Google’s Moonshot Factory in the March issue of Wired magazine (UK edition). The bold and creative layouts make great use of Zero’s geometric design.
Typographic Illustration for Wired
We had the privilige of being asked to create an abstract typographic illustration for the Features cover of Wired magazine. Referencing topographic maps, we layered laser cut cork to create a 3D sculpture that hides an abstract 11/16 (the magazine’s issue month) in it’s depths.