“Dish of the Day”

Pemberton & Whitefoord Partner, Adrian Whitefoord, reflects on when lying, or bending the truth, becomes an acceptable creative tool. “Dish of the Day” As a long-standing devotee of National Geographic, I confess to a… Continue reading

“Nice Idea, But I’ve Seen It Before!”

Pemberton & Whitefoord Partner, Adrian Whitefoord, on the theme of taking inspiration from the ideas of others. He muses on some famous, celebrated individuals including (the seemingly unrelated) Tommy Cooper, Marvin Gaye, Jony Ive and Pablo… Continue reading

Typography Journal- P&W Tesco Finest* Grocery Re-design

P&W’s award-winning packaging solutions for the Grocery category within Tesco Finest* have featured in Typography, a popular Japanese design journal, published twice a year. The book is published by Graohic-sha Publishing Co, based in Tokyo. This latest… Continue reading

P&W Designs Packaging for Free & Easy’s Cake Mixes and Soups

P&W are proud to have designed Free & Easy’s new free-from cake mix and soup ranges! We created packaging for the cake range that consists of four 350g bake-at-home cake mix products: Chocolate Cake,… Continue reading

☕️ Happy National Tea Day! ☕️

Happy National Tea Day! We have pulled together some of our favourite tea-related project that we have worked on in recent years for you to peruse over a refreshing cup of Oolong. Tea-riffic! ☕️… Continue reading

Pink and Blue Continuing to Surprise

Kinder, the fastest growing kids confectionery brand, has launched a range of Mattel and Warner Bros licensed Kinder Surprise Pink and Blue eggs containing Barbie and Justice League toys. Pemberton & Whitefoord designed the… Continue reading

Adrian’s Alternative CV in The Grocer!

Adrian’s Alternative CV is featured in this week’s The Grocer! The magazine (which is centred around the food and drink retail sector) features Adrian’s Q&A on page 60 of the 15th October 2016… Continue reading

Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden

Whilst holidaying in St Ives P&W’s Studio Manager, Holly, visited the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. “After being told the museum was a “must see” by a family member who had been… Continue reading