In the Studio With — We get to know Manchester-based design studio and advertising agency LOVE

Posted 23 October 2017 Interview by Indi Davies

Founded on a sunny Manchester day in 2001, design studio and advertising agency LOVE started out life as a team of four. Now a workforce of 55, the past 16 years has seen them collaborate with the likes of Guinness, Umbro, Virgin and Haagen-Dazs. Describing themselves as a group of storytellers and creative thinkers, their work has earned over 275 industry awards, with recognition from the likes of D&AD, Creative Review and The Drum. Here we chat to Executive Creative Director David Palmer – one of the founding four – about the studio’s inner-workings, and what it’s like to work from their converted Victorian textiles warehouse, set in the city’s Northern Quarter.

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