Clients: Hudson Fuggle

Potty Plants No1. January

Hudson Fuggle Potty Plants No1. January Apparently, plants grow better if you talk to them every day. What would a prickly Queen Liz say if she could talk back to us? Find out by downloading our Potty Plant wallpaper to your desktop Small Medium Large

The Celebration of December

Hudson Fuggle The Celebration of December Turkey bowling is a sport in America: a frozen turkey serves as a bowling ball and bottles of water are the bowling pins. In the UK, we tend to eat them. Merry Christmas!

The Celebration of November

Hudson Fuggle The Celebration of November Remember, remember, the 5th of November. Guy Fawkes masks are often worn by political protesters to conceal their identity.

The Celebration of October

Hudson Fuggle The Celebration of October Don't forget Hallowe'en on the 31st of October The work pumpkin originates from the Greek word pepõn which means 'large melon'.

Big Ben visit

Hudson Fuggle Big Ben visit On the last Friday of each month, we try to finish work a little earlier than usual, give the studio a quick hoover and head out somewhere interesting. In the past, we have been to the IMAX Cinema, Tate Modern and a local glassblowing workshop, but this outing topped the

The Italian Job

Husdon Fuggle The Italian Job The Hudson Fuggle firm has just pulled off its own ‘Italian Job’ in three beautiful, vintage Mini Coopers. When the Minis arrived outside the studio, we were instructed to don bright blue boiler suits and tweed flat caps. With the gold stashed away in the boot, each team had to

White Water Rapids

Hudson Fuggle White Water Rapids July saw the Hudson Fuggle crew taking to the high seas – well, the White Water Rapids at Lea Valley Park, to be exact. The morning involved building and racing our own rafts, before taking to the rapids in marginally more stable craft. It was a lot of fun, the

The Celebration of September

Hudson Fuggle The Celebration of September The Rugby World Cup begins on the 18th of September Richard Lindon and William Gilbert started making balls for Rugby school out of hand stitched, four panel, leather casings and pigs' bladders.