Friday, 29 October 2010

kings 1965

the victorian etchings are seeing a bit of a re-visitation as seen in the earlier featured moomah identity. here’s another we rather like in the guise of grooming range kings. ‘championing classic british style with a contemporary twist’. made for hair, body and face ‘(kings) reflects a timeless english panache coupled with he desire to do things differently, whilst retaining a focus on quality and elegance.’

Thursday, 28 October 2010


each piece of tohum jewelry is completely original and organically beautiful. created by istanbul based designer and silver-smith verda alaton. fast gaining convertibility (not least by us) for their carefully sourced natural stones and bespoke, handcrafted finish they are inspired by her travels, study of primitive culture and time spent working with african art experts.

each piece is unique! find yours at

Tuesday, 26 October 2010

fashion thread

this installation of type took 5 days work, about 1500 nails, 300m wool and was a collaboration between typography served and fashion punk.

Monday, 25 October 2010

lipton millionaire

sometimes the ins and outs of developing brand identity and principles can become repetitively standardised across the industry. we like to try and keep things fresh so when our New york studio sent us a link to this liptons idea we thought we’d share it.

Friday, 22 October 2010

d’espresso nyc

of all the coffee shops that open up in nyc, d’espresso has garnered more than the average attention. on madison avenue (at 42nd) the site was developed by nemaworkshop, a team of designers and architects that has created numerous cool retail and hospitality environments. apparently the next one will be completely upside down!

Thursday, 21 October 2010

write a bike

we adore this concept typography design. at pf we have a bit of a fetish for bikes so when we read that the designer of this type, juri zaech, is trying to develop a real prototype we got very excited.

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

future beauty

‘future beauty: 30 years of japanese fashion is the first exhibition in europe to comprehensively survey avant-garde japanese fashion, from the early 1980s to the present. curated by the eminent japanese fashion historian akiko fukai, director of the kyoto costume institute, the exhibition explores the unique sensibility of japanese design, and its sense of beauty embodied in clothing.’

here are a few preview shots. it is also worth having a look at the event list associated with the event – very exciting!

future beauty: 30 years of japanese fashion

15 october 2010 - 6 february 2011

barbican art gallery

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

frieze art fair

comprising over 150 of the contemporary art galleries from around the world the frieze art fair is a representative spectrum of creativity. rove around the reports and read the online magazine to find out about whats happening and who is participating in the cutting edge art scene.

Monday, 18 October 2010


prism is a concentrated hair colour pigment for professionals from helsinki.

‘it’s the first color pigment concentrate for professional use to take advantage of the latest innovation in the industry. prism color selection includes eight intermixable shades for endless color cocktails.’

Friday, 8 October 2010

morton & peplow

morton & peplow is a munich delicatessen that specialises in british cuisine.

‘our identity combines two icons of britishness - the bowler hat and the domed silver service platter - to create a mark that evokes a sense of heritage and style. a candy colour palette and classic typography serve to continue this quintessentially british feel, tipping its hat to a lost era of elegant simplicity.’

Thursday, 7 October 2010

she died of beauty

another fashion week pop up (although it’s no longer london fashion week) is a small venture by model erin o’connor and stylist kate halfpenny. with a concise collection of 5 beautiful typographic t-shirts and 2 bags the mini-collection pokes gentle fun at the industry that made then and we adore the t-shirts. we also like the website from a graphic point of view; clean, simple and humourous.

‘a teasing and yet affective tickle at the fashion industry we continue to honour, love and serve!... within the political & potent world of fashion, providing a signature style, which is witty, purposeful and un-apologetic.’