Concrete Bodach is a psychogeographic blogging and songwriting project that seeks to “animate the trickster submerged in the seemingly smooth, settled surfaces of Glasgow. Accounts of Glasgow’s haunting, grotesque, and psychedelic pasts and presents.” G.A.Projects designed and developed a website and visual identity which felt analogous to CB’s mission.
Gallus brewing were launching into the crowded market of Glasgow craft beer. They wanted to mark themselves as different. They threw out the artisanal, delicately crafted rubbish that other brewers talk about. They simply aimed to make tasty beer for tasty people. Gallus brewing, a Glasgow company that does craft brewing differently: Bold, brash, Gallus! … Gallus Brewing
Commissioned by the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art to create a permanent, but moveable exhibition for The Pig Rock Bothy. A small building in the main garden’s of Modern One, and an art piece in itself, where various temporary exhibitions and installations are held. Part of The Bothy Project, When the Bothy didn’t have … Pig Rock Bothy
We were commissioned by Glasgow Life to design the brand identity and environment for ‘Makers’ Space’. Part of the European Championship Festival 2018. Maker’s Space, held in Merchant Square, occupied a destination right in the hub of the festival. ‘Maker’s Space’ was a series of designer-led crafting workshops held over two days. Subjects included lamp … Makers Space
Gemma and Jacs believe yoga is for everyone, from ‘never-stepped-on-a-mat beginners’ to more experienced yogis who want to keep up their regular practice. They run friendly, relaxing classes where people can focus on developing their yoga without taking it all too seriously. First, a brand strategy was defined. Following on from that the creation of a … Gemma & Jacs Yoga
Cultural Canons and Kickflips, was an art exhibition and series of events run by Re:ply Skateboards over three consecutive weeks. A fundraiser for Govanhill Baths in Glasgow. It revolved around art and music from the skateboard community of Glasgow. The events were a huge success with two packed nights and regular visitors across the two weeks. Raising … Cultural Canons and Kickflips