Founded in 2015, Studio LP is a London based creative practice, specialising in graphic design and art direction within the fashion, music and culture sectors.
Formed through a shared creative vision and forward thinking work philosophy; we believe in a collaborative approach to our projects and honest, long-term partnerships with our clients.
Varying in subject and scale, our work is characterised by a bold and unique aesthetic, built around purposeful decision making and a belief in creating timeless design.
Central Saint Martins
Centre for Sustainable Fashion
Fashion Space Gallery
London College of Fashion
Of Paradise Records
University of the Arts London
Of Paradise Records is a London-based record label that specialises in alternative dance music. To fit with the label approach which is underpinned by a strong passion for discovering unknown artists with a unique sound, Studio LP created a flexible identity system with an air of mystery that is built to evolve and change. The tone of which leaves the viewer intrigued and eager to explore. Final outcomes include branded collateral, packaging, digital assets and merchandise.
Exhibition design for 'The Real Thing’; exploring aspiration, ownership, authenticity — and the disruptive creative power of fashion bootleg. The exhibition showcases the work of artists and creative collectives who use bootlegging to raise the questions of globalisation, capitalist consumption, identity and sustainability.
Using the curator’s own collection of bootleg shopping bags commonly found in Eastern Europe, we created a streetwear inspired identity with reversed type to convey a subtle sense of non-authenticity. The use of deep green; linking to associations of wealth, envy and ambition.
Collateral included labels and wayfinding, digital assets, invitation and exhibition guide.
Editorial design for the 2020 MA Costume for Performance showcase at Sadler's Wells. This show exhibits some of the most exciting and innovative work in the field of costume and dance, and we design the collateral with this in mind. For this year's programme we used a vivid 2-colour print to show the duality between the story of the character we see on stage, and the hidden story within the character that the costume conveys. Printed onto Fedrigoni Milk by Park.
Fear Is The Mind Killer
Shirt design for Of Paradise Records Autumn/Winter 2019 merch drop.
London College of Fashion
Exhibition catalogue for 'Why What Who'; a touring collection of fashion artefact works exhibited at the 2017 Venice Biennale, the Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology and the National Museum of Decorative Arts in Buenos Aires. The catalogue features work from 24 selected international alumni and staff from LCF's MA Fashion Artefact Course.
November 13 – designed as part of the 2019 Fedrigoni 366 project. Inspired by Woodstock, an 80% recycled paper from Fedrigoni and the material on which it is printed on – our 13 was designed with a rather psychedelic aesthetic in mind. It was also designed on a 13x13 grid, just for fun.
Identity and exhibition design for 'Mode Medium Message'; a showcase of graduate work from London College of Fashion’s School of Media, Communication and Performance. Based around the theme of 'process', we created an identity with a sense of movement, conveying an idea of collaboration and cross-disciplinary working.
Established in 2008, Centre for Sustainable Fashion (CSF) carries out research exploring ways in which fashion can be implemented to drive change, build a sustainable future and improve the way we live. To celebrate their tenth year, Studio LP was asked to create an anniversary campaign which would be used across events throughout the year. We also designed a publication which showcases key projects completed in their ten years and outlines their mission moving forward.
Pigeons & Peacocks magazine is a platform for emerging talent, new taste makers and future voices of the fashion industry. We designed the tenth anniversary issue, 'Borders, Boundaries and Blurred Lines'; featuring work which contemplates what the future has in store for a post-Brexit culture.
Exhibition identity, print, digital assets and environmental graphics for 'Break Factor’, an immersive installation exploring textiles in performance. A collaborative project, bringing together the disciplines of set designer Sarah McNabb, fashion designer Louise Gray, sound designer Shervin Shaeri (Mutant Jukebox) and dance artist Alethia Antonia.
Design and art direction for 'Fashion Means Business'; a three-day exhibition of digital fashion works, interactive workshops, talks and demonstrations, exploring the world of fashion business, hosted by Old Spitalfields Market and London College of Fashion.
Working with 3D designers Interesting Projects, we created an immersive installation made up of zones representing four core themes, and a main stage bringing all of these together. Design collateral included 3D elements, signage, vinyl, print, packaging and screens.
Record sleeve design for 'Immanence', the inaugural release on Romance Records from dub techno producer ZZZZRA.
A highlight in the calendar, the annual MA Costume for Performance showcase at Sadler's Wells exhibits some of the most exciting and innovative work in the field of costume and dance. For four consecutive years Studio LP has designed the identity and printed programme for this event. A dramatic, large format publication sets the stage for typography to dance across its pages.
Exhibition identity, print and environmental graphics for artist Rainer Ganahl’s ongoing project ‘Comme des Marxists’. Presented in the UK for the first time, this ongoing project investigates the relationships between daily life, culture, economic systems and political structures. This exhibition is part of the year-long celebration for the Centre for Sustainable Fashion ’s 10 year anniversary and LCF Arts Programme’s 2018 programme around sustainability held at Arcade East.
Art direction and design for gala fundraising evening set on the stage at Sadler’s Wells. Exploring the point at which fashion and dance coexist, we wanted to bring the unique partnership between London College of Fashion and Sadler's Wells to life with beautiful and elegant photography focussing on the interaction between the body and material.
Pigeons & Peacocks magazine is a platform for emerging talent, new taste makers and future voices of the fashion industry. Issue 9 centred around the theme of 'Post Internet', focussing on ideas around digital culture and the future of fashion.
Identity, print and exhibition design for two-part show initiated by Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam and co-produced with Fashion Space Gallery. Don’t Stop Now: Fashion Photography Next explores ideas and themes found in contemporary photography. Presented in two parts, part one took on the themes of Materiality and Play whilst part two focused on two of the most prevalent approaches in contemporary fashion photography – Artifice and Authenticity.
The Annual is a showcase of work from Design Technology Womenswear and Menswear courses at London College of Fashion. We produced a two-part, large format lookbook focussing on beautiful photography and simple graphic detailing, letting the work speak for itself.