Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Graphic Thought Facility

As profiled by The Guardian: "If you've recently had to navigate your way through a Marks & Spencer's store, or swung a Habitat brown carrier bag from your arm, you've been interacting with the work of this graphic design group." GTF was established by Paul Neale and Andy Stevens in 1990 (later joined by Huw Morgan), it mixes both commercial and cultural work, and most notably known for their identity work for the Design Museum London and the Frieze Art Fair. They are also responsible for the self-labelling cardboard MeBox which kinda gives IKEA a run for their money, very cool.

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