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When one of our clients moved their head office to the neighbourhood we wanted to welcome them with a gift, a plant (as you do).
Project Neptune, Aston Martin's foray into the submersibles market, a collaboration with Triton Submarines to redefine luxury and performance for the select few.
We've just created this sleeve for Dirty Vegas, Days Go By (The Retrospective). The album features the band's most popular tracks including Simple Things, Days Go By, Human Love and many more.
We were privileged to have had some of our work featured in the 'Pop Music 1967-2017 Graphisme & Musique' design exhibition firstly in Grenoble and then Paris.
As part of the official launch for Aston Martin's latest production model the DB11, Zip was commissioned to create a series of handmade boxes to house a selected range of colour & trim options
We have a charming new studio in Camden and we’d love to show it off to you. We’re now more central,... View Article
Ceramic Art London, the world’s leading contemporary ceramic art fair, returned for the 13th year at Central Saint Martins, and as we had helped with some of the collateral we were kindly invited to the preview show.
We recently collaborated with Kolkata based pop duo Parekh & Singh on their UK debut LP Ocean. The Indian duo are breaking ground with a recent live session on BBC6 Music
We were recently approached by British choreographer and artist Darren Johnston to create the branding for his light and video projection show titled Zero Point...
Charlie, James and Matt are back together with a new electronic sound, Busted have returned and Zip were kindly invited to create their all new look.
Zip finally got the chance to visit the Barbican and catch the Eames exhibition. It’s a brilliantly comprehensive exhibition that really captures the breadth of the couple’s work.
Earlier in 2015 we were approached by Dutch based luxury yacht builders Quintessence as they wanted our expertise on their latest project. Stay tuned for the full project reveal, coming soon!
Zip has once again taken part in this years Secret 7’s exhibition that was held at Somerset House in London. With over 700 amazing sleeves by artists and designers including Paul Smith, Sir Peter Blake, Yoko Ono, and Julian Opie, we were very please to be a part of this great charity event.
If you're a regular visitor to Zip's website you'll have noticed we recently launched our new look site featuring lots of recent work and our latest Zip logo. We thought being as it's #TBT we should also dig out all the old Zip logos.
We were recently invited by Counter-Print to contribute to their new book entitled 'Human logo'. The book is a collection of people-based logos.
Back in 2001 we were commissioned to create a title sequence for a fascinating three part documentary on the history of house music...
Over the past few weeks we have been working closely with legendary producer Arthur Baker creating a new brand for his latest label project titled Baked.
Here at Zip we're big fans of skateboarding and the part VANS played in it's history. Nick recently made a set of prints using VANS lost and forgotten shoe box designs.
So the cat is well and truly out of the bag now on this years Secret 7... So many amazing sleeves at the exhibition this year, we were well chuffed to contribute.
For a throw back thursday we thought what better than a nod to James 'Woodsy' Woods with a little look back at our Lo-Fidelity Allstars Sleeves.
Last night we went to the amazing installation titled ‘Into the Frame’. ‘Into the Frame’ is a synaesthetic installation which explores and feel a new creative 3D dimension.
Here's a classic #TBT for all you Hip Hop geeks, I mean fans. Way way back when Zip was in it's early days we created a series of classic Hip Hop sleeves.
The legendary Suburban Base are soon to release their amazing back catalogue onto iTunes. We've been lucky enough to prepare all the old artwork...
Back around 2006 we created a super fun campaign for a new hip hop act who were about to break through and take the UK by storm...
We downed pencils and pens and got out of the studio to check out the Light Show at the Hayward before it closed. Amazing, we loved it.