They have between them over four decades of creative expertise, business acumen and production know-how, working directly with clients from most sectors, from global giants to innovative start-ups. They offer a highly experienced and efficient creative service, which is proven to be good for business.
Day to day, they can respond to complex multichannel projects by quickly enlisting the expertise of their team of loyal creative friends and collaborators from other disciplines. Working in this way, they are able to keep overheads low and fees competitive. It also ensures they have the best brains for the job. Whether you have a specific project in mind, or just a vague idea of where you want to go, they’re listening.
Peta and John have worked around the world devising brand identities, brochures, exhibitions, packaging, books and websites for clients as diverse as; Chivas Brothers (developing and policing their super premium Chivas Whisky family brands for an impressive 13 year period), Hornby plc, Habanos SA (Havana, Cuba), The Taylor Fladgate Partnership (Oporto, Portugal), The Bank of England Sports Ground, Hamleys, Marston Country Park, Royal Blackheath Golf Club, Chartered Society of Designers, Four Winds Resorts, Luxury Family Hotels, Matt Roberts (personal training), Waterhouse (property developers) and the NHS, as well as many start-ups and non-profit organisations.
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Senior graphic designer
Peta is passionate about design, she is equal parts conscientious creative and smart strategist, and believes in the power of the big idea as the starting point for every brand’s identity. She has an intuitive typographic sensibility and deploys rigorous attention to detail. She works direct with like-minded clients far and wide, big and small, and loves a challenge.
Senior graphic designer & art director
Founder, John Nash, emerged from advertising and set up John Nash & Friends in 1973, based at 31 Neal Street, Covent Garden. He enjoyed fruitful years working for Wedgwood, Hornby, BHS, Thorne Lighting, Bank of England, International Wool Secretariat, to name a few. In 1987, he took the intrepid decision to move his 15 strong team to ‘docklands’, spending another successful 20 years. Still going strong and focused on his love of book design.