It's been a while, but here we are, a year and a lot of changes later.
A busy year within the studio and without, we're starting off this fresh series with some major news in the studio itself. In the year since we last updated this journal the team has expanded to include Lewis, Kat, Lisa, Lizzy, Dahl and David! It’s great to have them all in the studio.
We’ve also said farewell to Jack, now busily freelancing, helping run Croft3 in Mull, and anticipating the birth of his second child; Sian, soon to be studying visual effects for the film industry; and Graeme, who finished up just this month to run a-small.studio and prepare for fatherhood to commence sometime in October. The reason the journal's been on hold for a year, by the way, is because Tangent's copywriter (me) left to go and have a baby as well. He's now one (and gorgeous), so I'm back.
“We’ve been working on Turner Prize 2023 at Towner Eastbourne, the new Perth Museum brand and this year’s Eden Mill Single Malt release.”
August has seen us working on projects ranging from global events company Arena to boutique video game company Little Nook. We’ve been working on Turner Prize 2023 at Towner Eastbourne, the new Perth Museum brand and this year’s Eden Mill Single Malt release. More to come on all of the above.
No doubt in the coming months we will publish updates on our proudest achievements over the past year, like our work on the UCI cycling event held in Glasgow earlier this summer, The Homeless World Cup in California, and the fruits of our fifteenth year working with the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
We’ve also been to see the Banksy exhibition at GoMA and we spent some time moseying around the Edinburgh International Book Festival and saw our sponsored event this year, Jeremy Deller talking about his new book Art is Magic. We’ve had two interns this month, Chi and Abby, who’ve both done great work and have been lovely company, and we’ve celebrated a birthday too (happy birthday Dahl).
September holds the promise of more interesting work passing through the studio, the opening of the Turner Prize at Towner in Eastbourne, and Lisa’s birthday.
Expect to see regular updates return to this space.