All Together

— Boxpark Croydon

Posted on: 16.07.2018

What can we say? A heroic campaign by the England squad finally came to and end last Thursday when we crashed out of the semi finals against Croatia. For the first time in 28 years we had an England team that let us dare to dream that we might have a shot at world cup glory. Back to reality, and it's safe to say one of the highlights for us was travelling up from Brighton to Boxpark Croydon to watch the England matches on the big screen. Our client gained international press via the photos and videos of the England goal celebrations being shared on social media. It was to be fair, quite a specticle, albeit a slight damp and sticky one.


Junction 2 Festival


Posted on: 11.06.2018

Having successfully sold out Junction 2 Festival 2017, we were asked by our client, London Warehouse Events, to create the adverstising campaign for this years festival held at Boston Manor Park on June 9th. The festival was a huge success and here are some photos from the day. We are now busy producing concepts for next years event, and you can see the campaign creative from 2018 HERE.



—Asia's Retail Experts

Posted on: 16.05.2018

We were asked by Catesby to work on their recent rebrand, including naming, brand identity, brand guidelines & business stationery. Formerly CR Retail, Catesby is a leading insight-driven consultancy focussed on helping retailers and investors navigate Asia's retail and consumer markets.

The brief was to create a brand identity that embodies the company values (Clarity; Integrity; Respect; Quality; Passion) and provide an image of a boutique, sophisticated, premium consultancy. The chosen response was a bespoke serif logotype with a modern twist, using chiseled serifs and light tails to create the desired aesthetic. 

Shown here is the brand logotype and twenty page brand guideline document.

Categories:Brand Identity

Viva Magazine

—April 2018

Posted on: 04.04.2018

We were recently asked to design the front cover for the Brighton edition of Viva Magazine. Once complete Rebecca from Viva visited our studio and below is the interview published in magazine:

This month’s cover was designed by Gareth Dunt at Filthy Media, a multi-disciplinary design studio with a passion for creating, building and growing brands. Given our theme of ‘the word’, Gareth says: “The brief was very open, which gave us a lot of scope. The thinking behind the design was how I could express the term ‘the Word’ through image-making and not just in type. It was also an attempt to blend some of the things that we love: bespoke typography, iconography, signage, neon…” We love a bit of neon too, and we particularly liked the reference to the sign language article you’ll find later in the mag.

Making up the rest of the Filthy team are founders Joe Pilbeam and Steve Gotts, and senior designer Nik Hall. Joe says: “We started out in 2004. Steve and I moved down to Brighton and just threw ourselves into the local music scene, producing promotional material, branding and record sleeves for nightclubs, promoters and labels. For the first three or four... Read on




Posted on: 19.03.2018

We kicked off 2018 working closely with retail design agency Brinkworth on the launch of Beatbox — a brand new bar at Boxpark Shoreditch that offers food and drink by day, and music by night.

The design brief put a heavy focus on soundproofing the unit in order to provide the best possible acoustics for music events. Sourcing materials traditionally found in recording studios, we produced the initial concept visuals before handing over to Brinkworth to work their magic. We then developed the brand identity, environmental graphics and neon signage that integrates within the space.Beatbox is now open and serving coffee from Small Batch and pies from Pieminister, drop by for lunch and check out our latest project.