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Bedtime Stories | Ace Hotel Group

Our Bedtime Stories at Ace Hotel Group, a cross continental project in London and Los Angeles explore bedtime stories for grownups experienced on guest hotel radios.

Doubt, Time, Magic | WeTransfer

Our Doubt, Time, Magic books, a set of three books made for WeTransfer, explore the creative state to show rather than tell how the brand appreciate and understand creative excellence and their audiences.

Tree of Codes

Our book, Tree of Codes pushes the limits of the physical form of the book as cultural object. Tree of Codes recently served as inspiration for Wayne McGregor’s contemporary ballet, currently on tour around the world.

Editions At Play | Google Creative Labs

Together with Google Creative Labs we have created the initiative, Editions At Play, an experimental place for new books powered by the magic of the internet, that champions delightful reading experiences by great authors you can read on your phone.

Where You Are

A collection of writing by 16 writers, artists, thinkers and visuals that explode what a map can be. Where You Are begs the question: What would your personal map be? Here is a book of maps that will leave you feeling completely lost.

The Shape of Clouds | Mercedes-Benz

The Shape of Clouds, a dynamic driving story for Mercedes-Benz put readers in the driving seat by making a digital story that responds, adapts and moulds to each reader’s unique environment.

Five Dials | Penguin Random House

Championing some of the greatest writers in the world, we are delighted to steer all creative direction for Penguin Random House online literary powerhouse mag Five Dials.

Don Quixote

A re-imagining of the wonderfully bonkers, truly innovative and still very much culturally relevant Don Quixote. With newly commissioned photography by Jacob Robinson, beautiful design by Fraser Muggeridge and an entirely fresh introduction by award-winning author Ali Smith.

Composition No.1

Composition No.1 is a re-imagining of a book originally published in the 1960s. The book is the first ever “book in a box”, by French writer Marc Saporta. A book you can read in any order.


Exploding with unfolding pages and multiple directions is Kapow! by British writer Adam Thirlwell. A beautifully crafted object told in Thirlwell’s uniquely acrobatic voice, this is a visually immersive storytelling experience like no other.

Tristram Shandy

The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman was first published in the late 18th century and still considered to be one of the most contemporary books around. Our re-imagination, introduced by Will Self, is our attempt to breathe new life into the book.