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We’re Skep. We are an award-winning full service design studio creating simple, powerful visual identities for brands who care deeply about how they present themselves. 

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If you’d like to discuss your branding or design project, then drop us an email.



info@skep.studio
+44 (0) 7894 107407

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Chris Smyth
Co-Founder/Creative Director
+44(0) 7894 107407
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Josh Hailes
Co-Founder/Creative Director
+44(0) 7834 196035
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Press/Awards

Over the past decade we have had the honour of having a collection of our work featured in some of the world’s leading design publications:


Design Week: ‘Boke!’ Limited Edition Typeface - 2021
Print Magazine: ‘Boke!’ Limited Edition Typeface - 2021

Creative Boom: ‘Penny’ Branding - 2021
FontsInUse: ‘Penny’ Branding - 2021
Print Magazine: ‘Runof50’ Branding Project - 2021
Creative Boom: ‘Runof50’ Branding Project - 2021
Eye Magazine: Editorial Magazine ‘Outset’ - 2015
Form Fifty Five: Editorial Magazine ‘Outset’ - 2015
Design Week: ‘Hue Magazine’ Design - 2014
Eight48 Magazine: ‘Not in Collection’ Website - 2013

Awards
New Media Awards: Best New or Redesigned Website Category 2013



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Limited Edition
Poster Series





1. The Humble Pixel
The start of any project always begins with one thing, ‘The Humble Pixel’. This self initiation project consists of a limited edition five part series celebrating the starting place of any piece of design, the pixel.

Original Prints available to purchase from runof50.com















2. The ‘Not In’ Collection
In recent years ‘not in’ has been an influential player in the design community, aiming to build community among creative professionals and celebrate unseen talent in it’s various editorial spaces.

Before it’s recent closure we were commissioned to handle the organisation’s rebrand, as well as create a limited edition 'Not In Collection' poster series. A key-based infographic representing the skill sets of 60 different creatives, broken into their mediums and rated by ability.












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