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Apropos is a multi-disciplinary graphic design studio. We offer art direction, create brand identities, and build print and digital solutions. Our clients come from culture, media, sport, fashion, science, technology and financial sectors.
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The North West Cambridge Development is an ambitious new housing and community development for Cambridge. The Contemporary Art Society and InSite Arts are working together to deliver the Art Programme which includes major commissions, on-site artist residencies, plus a programme of temporary events and community engagement activities. Read More >


A series of posters promoting events at Saffron Hall an award-winning 730 seat performance space.
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Britten Sinfonia is is one of the world’s most celebrated and pioneering ensembles. The orchestra is an associate ensemble at the Barbican, with residencies in Norwich, Cambridge and Brighton, and a chamber series at Wigmore Hall. Read More >


Frontier is a leading economics consulting firm involved in some of the most interesting, topical and high profile issues in the world of business and economics. Their advice helps clients to make better decisions and put their best case. A blend of economics and innovative thinking, hard analysis and common sense. Read More >


Design Essentials is an independent shop sourcing products from a diverse selection of artists and designer-makers. We created a simple, bold, typographic brand identity and applied it to stationery, advertising, window graphics, product launch events and in-store communication. Read More >


Liam Halligan is an experienced broadcaster and journalist. He is currently economics editor for the Sunday Telegraph. Liam was previously economics correspondent for Channel Four News and he regularly appears on television and radio. Read More >



#Found is the latest Apropos studio research project:
“A collection of lost and discarded objects gathered from towns, villages, streets, footpaths, fields and beaches, up and down the country during 2012-13.” Read More >


Blam of Print-Process invited 101 designers to render “Bowie” in a font of their own choosing, be it a ready-made or custom design. The results have been gathered on a poster to commemorate the forthcoming David Bowie is show at the Victoria & Albert Museum. Read More >


Established in 1825 Clarks is one of the oldest footwear companies in the world. They are a truly international brand with offices in 35 countries selling more than 50 million pairs of shoes each year making Clarks the biggest everyday footwear brand in the world. Read More >

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24.04.15 History is Now

State of the nation artist curated show at the Hayward Gallery. Read More >

15.09.14 Past, Present, SOMEWHERE by Karen Guthrie and Nina Pope

Retrospective of films and projects by artist duo working as “Somewhere”. Read More >

31.07.14 The Grubby Mitts “Politics of Friendship” Tour

Performance in an artist-run space in Cambridge. Read More >

09.07.14 TDF Essex vs Yorkshire

Stage 3 of the Tour de France comes to Saffron Walden. Read More >

13.04.14 BBC Connected Studio

A day of paper-prototyping in Shoreditch. Read More >

27.03.14 Light Traffic Only – Tour de France Special Edition

Latest incarnation of our cups and towels in celebration of Le Tour. Read More >

12.03.14 Blog – Creative Front Futures

Guest-blog in preparation for my talk at the Cambridge event. Read More >

30.01.14 ISPO Munich 2014

International winter sports trade fair in Germany. Read More >

21.11.13 M!MS – Maximum Irony Maximum Sincerity

Coach trip to Bedford with Andy Holden and friends. Read More >

02.11.13 Mosaic 3DX Conference

Inaugural conference in Cambridge – visualisation and digital graphics in science, engineering and the arts. Read More >

17.10.13 The Artist and Public Sensibility: 1741 to 2013 at the Foundling Museum

An evening discussion event with David Heathcote, Matilda Pye, Jacqueline Riding and Mark Wallinger. Read More >

11.10.13 Darbyshire, Rickett, Parsons and Barateiro at Kettle’s Yard

New work by four artists reacting to the collection and displayed in the house, gallery and church on the Castle Hill site. Read More >

13.09.13 Richard Rogers ‘Inside Out’ at RA Burlington Gardens

A BIG retrospective of the hugely influential architect’s projects, ideas and philosophy. Read More >

04.09.13 Mallorca with Don Ernesto

A week on the Spanish island with a Hemingway book. Read More >

11.07.13 The Making of #Found

The development of our latest studio research project. Read More >