Ten years in style
The Sunday Times Style magazine celebrates its 10th anniversary this Sunday, supported by a press and poster campaign by Grey London that makes use of satin and some fine embroidered typography...
The special edition of Style will publish with the newspaper on September 23 and be available in ten different front covers. Grey worked with embroidery company Hand & Lock on the campaign to evoke "ten year's in style".
Executive creative director: Nils Leonard. Creative: Lex Firth, Clemmie Telford. Typography: Paul Reddington. Senior creative producer: Sarah Burns. Account director: Clare Anderson. Embroidery: Hand & Lock. Photographer: Tom Brown.
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Incisive and well written.
Great to see type crafted like an art as it should be.
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