posted / 30th April 2015
It's incredible to think this remarkable and timeless, German design was developed in 1937. In 1940, the British used captured Jerycan's in preference to their own clumsy, leaking 'Flimsy'. By 1941 this German design was...more
posted / 23rd January 2015
Spotted at Penge East Station. Why spend a fortune on designing very nice stainless steel Oyster Card readers only to have them ruined by these ghastly zinc coated conduits - have they no pride? Man has put machines on M...more
posted / 12th January 2014
Vita showing how easy it is to take Red Studio's revolutionary new 'stair case' up and down a staircase.
posted / 31st December 2013
posted / 10th October 2013
Red Studio were commissioned to put some pizzazz into the award winning Velvet PR's sober meeting room.
posted / 20th September 2013
Battersea Power Station has been left a derelict eyesore for many years while greedy developers work out ways of getting rid of it altogether. Why not turn it back into a power station?
posted / 19th July 2013
The image shows a 3 loop mobius strip which will form the base of a glass top coffee table we are developing at Red Studio. If you trace around the shape you will discover it only has one face and one edge - it's crazy!<...more
posted / 20th March 2013
A naughty gentleman wearing a ghastly hat with ear-flaps stole our Red Studio bike a couple of weeks ago. We now have a shiny new bike and loads of padlocks. It gave us an opportunity to advertise our new website - www.r...more
posted / 10th March 2013
Reputed to be, 'The Man who changed the Look of British Illustration' If you aspire to be a 2D or 3D designer this new book of Brian's is a staggering cornucopia on how to do it. http://www.briangrimwood.com/
posted / 5th March 2013
A Red Studio tea towel spotted loitering near an appropriately coloured Aga, belonging to the wonderful graphic designer Kathryn Samson in her marvellous new B&B. Red Studio have worked with Kathryn for many years - ...more
posted / 11th February 2013
Spotted in Jersey, this remarkable concrete structure which is some sort of German, WW2, multi-storey, gun emplacement? - it should win a Turner Prize!
posted / 5th February 2013
Pisa Airport - only the Italians could transform something as mundane as a buffer stop into a graceful work of sublime beauty.
posted / 1st February 2013
It doesn't matter where in the world you are - you can always see an old bath in a field!
posted / 30th January 2013
Man has put machines on Mars - surely it's possible to make a paving stone that doesn't crack? The market must be massive!