Author: Hudson Fuggle

2021 Calendar

Hudson Fuggle The 2021 Calendar A do-it-yourself guide As a concept, 2020 sounded great – perfect vision, possibility, focus. In reality, it was the year in which everything was cancelled, flour was like gold dust and Tiger King reigned supreme. Not to be blindsided a second time, we took matters into our own hands for 2021 –

PowWow Waterloo

WeAreWaterloo PowWow Waterloo Daringly different Dreamers, innovators, disruptors and free thinkers have laid claim to Waterloo for centuries. Now home to Lower Marsh Market and The Vaults, it remains a distinctive corner of South-East London, known for its community spirit and defiance. Global corporations rub shoulders with pop-up studios and late-night bars, bringing diverse audiences

The 2021 Agenda campaign

TEDI-London The 2021 Agenda campaign Engaging future engineers Engineers are at the heart of mankind’s greatest innovations and so addressing the current international shortage is vital. Enter TEDI-London, a new HE engineering startup, to do just that – daring students and industry partners to think differently. Founded by Arizona State University, King’s College London and

Postgraduate Prospectus 2021/22

City, University of London Postgraduate Prospectus 2021/22 Making connections to deliver impactful communication. In spring 2020, we were given the opportunity to create a fresh, accessible and hardworking prospectus to recruit the 2021/22 City, University of London postgraduate cohort. And there was an added challenge: do it all during lockdown. City’s postgraduate audience has distinctive

BID proposal brochures

Heart of London Business Alliance BID proposal brochures BIDs, ballots and brochures If Carlsberg did design briefs, they would probably be a lot like this one for the Heart of London Business Alliance BID Proposal brochures: “Give us lots of white space, minimal copy on some pages and beautiful full-bleed images.” A designer’s dream and

Identity and website

Potters Fields Park Management Trust Identity and website Parks and Recreation... in SE1 Potters Fields Park is a green oasis by the River Thames, open for hire all year round. It attracts millions of visitors to its numerous events, spacious lawns and spectacular Tower Bridge backdrop. Just a stone’s throw away is St John’s Churchyard

BCS70 50th Anniversary

1970 British Cohort Study 50th Anniversary Identity Pinning a moment in time Fifty years ago, a group of Gen Xers became part of something special – a birth cohort that would be tracked by scientists more closely than almost any other. The 1970 British Cohort Study (BCS70), run by UCL, documents the lives of more


The Guards Museum Website Revealing London’s secret weapon Tucked away in Wellington Barracks, just a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace, The Guards Museum tells the story of the five regiments of Foot Guards who have protected the Sovereign and Royal Palaces for over 360 years. The museum is completely self-funded, so relies heavily on ticket