Celebrate a new year with a dash of G&T

Guys & Toys

Guys & Toys

Games & travel

Games & Travel

Girls & Trouble

Girls & Trouble

Gin & Tonic (the Quinine plant to be exact)

Gin & Tonic (the Quinine plant to be exact)

Gunn & Tailor (the fish that is)

Gunn & Tailor (the fish that is)

In the liner notes of the remastered recording of album “Sail Away” by Randy Newman, Newman sprukes the idea of combining two elements to achieve a success of sorts, quote, – ‘You know 1+1=3. Billy Joel + Elton John = Big Money, Depeche Mode + Rose Bowl = Sell out’. In the Australian context Pip&Co + client = work on the fringes. And one could substitute many studios from Australia with ‘Pip&Co’ and get the same result. In our obscurity we thank organisations like G&T who trouble themselves with getting to know and encouraging one and all to do more, and make exciting work.

We are very please to be working with people and organisations that encourage us to dig, dream up and bring to life our idea of making ideas.

In the context of this brief we explored one of the currencies in printing is dots, colour and transparency. It seems that twenty years of press checking and watching ink on paper happen has been a major influence. Press proofs are confirmed by inspecting a freshly printed piece and comparing it to a reproduction proof via a printers glass – big dots, bold images and colour layered on colour is a big part printing. With much encouragement we celebrated the new year with Gunn & Taylor by creating these images that are a twist on Gunn & Taylor’s acronym G&T. Our G&T’s became limited edition client focused promotions in advertising, print and apparel.

Thanks again Mr Gunn for your commitment

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