Great new work from Fabric poster designers Village Green studio

Date
30 March 2015
Reading Time
1 minute read

About seven years ago Village Green produced a series of iconic posters for London’s infamous Fabric nightclub… and then we haven’t checked up on them since. Poor form on our part as they’ve been busy expanding, improving and creating work for bigger and better clients. Currently it seems they’re specialising in architectural branding for commercial property developments, cladding the Alphabeta redevelopment in Finsbury Square, London and The Bonhill Building office spaces on Old Street. Of course they’ve done other stuff too; like the identity and exhibition design for Jean Paul Gaultier’s Barbican show and Nike’s 2013 Hypervenom campaign, but frankly there’s just too much stuff to cover in one article. We’ll be sure to keep closer tabs on these guys in future.

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Village Green: Alphabeta

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Village Green: Alphabeta

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Village Green: Alphabeta

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Village Green: Alphabeta

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Village Green: Alphabeta

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Village Green: The Bonhill Building

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Village Green: The Bonhill Building

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Village Green: The Bonhill Building

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Village Green: The Bonhill Building

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Village Green: The Bonhill Building

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James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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