Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Studio Jelly hosts international assemblage


Visited this morning by Kim Papworth and Tony Davidson, ECDs of Wieden+Kennedy London. The London office has been an inspiration to me ever since they took over a few years back. Their work is always smart and human and stupid and well-crafted and unexpected and beautifully obvious.

The Honda work they've done has been downloaded millions of time. My favorite is this.

I loved the print work they created for the Guardian newspaper.


Tony told me today their secret. "We're not that talented," he said, "so we've been forced to learn to be good collaborators."

Here Tony critiques the (dead) logo I created for Grandfather Mountain. He likes it!

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