In the Studio With — London Design Practice NB Studio

Posted 15 March 2017 Interview by Laura Snoad

Celebrating its 20th birthday this year, London-based design practice NB Studio creates brands and campaigns for clients from British stalwarts John Lewis and Sainsbury’s to cultural institutions like Tate and V&A. It has created adorable imagery for Mothercare inspired by Matisse’s cut-outs and moodily lit stills featuring Sadler’s Wells’ dancers and support staff. Self-initiated work is a huge part of NB Studio’s company culture, it even set up its very own theatre company – yes really. NB Studio creative director Nick Finney explains the studio’s ethos and drive.

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