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About Us

Stone Creative Design was started out of a passion for design and communication. Our vision was to build a company that created marketing projects that not only worked for our clients, but exceeded their expectations. Likewise it should indulge our passion for creating intelligent and engaging work.

We have over 30 years’ experience in marketing, advertising and design. Our portfolio consists of brand identities, brand guidelines, brochures, advertising campaigns, direct mail, leaflets, posters, exhibition panels, websites and other marketing collateral. We believe good design starts with a good idea.

It should be memorable, thought provoking and work for our clients needs.

Good design communicates. Good design generates action. Good design pays.

Current workflow

Branding ( 28% )

Web Design ( 32% )

Print ( 40% )

Tea Consumption ( 95% )

Who we are

The company was formed by life-long friends Eamonn Foy and Paul Vincent in 2008. Our long-held belief was that our company would be able to offer ‘big agency’ experience to our clients, yet provide all the care and attention to detail that a small agency brings.

Every project we undertake, Eamonn or Paul will work as a key contact while overseeing and working with other team members, utilising the full range of skills and creative talents available. We work with large multi-national brands and small independent businesses – from Sainsbury’s to the local Deli.
We are a friendly bunch who like what we do and are keen to work with like-minded people, so have a look through the site and if you like what you see, please get in contact.

Meet Our Team

Eamonn Foy

Creative Director

I have 18 years experience, working on branding/logos, brand guidelines, brochures, advertising, direct marketing, web design for clients like Tesco, UNICEF, PlayStation, 3 Mobile, Marvel, ECB and Sainsbury’s. Ideal client: DC Comics!
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Paul Vincent

Director

I’ve been in Graphic Design for 18 years and worked in a number of London agencies. I’ve completed briefs across many sectors including education, events, corporate and charities. Ideal client: Watford FC!
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Rob Pape

Middleweight Designer

I have worked in the creative industry in various roles for 9 years before switching my discipline to graphic design in early 2015. Ideal client: Brew Dog

Nathan Wilkinson

Designer

I’m passionate about design and have recently graduated from Shillington College. Prior to studying design I worked for a huge real estate company so I have plenty of experience of working with large clients, building relationships and working to tight deadlines. Ideal client: Rough Trade.

Paul Burgess

Web Designer/Programmer

I am a front-end web developer, with over 15 years experience, who enjoys building websites that work well and look great on screens of all sizes. Ideal client: McVities (Chocolate digestive department)

Our Services

We are a full service creative studio specialising in branding, marketing collateral, advertising, web design/production and multimedia. We have worked for businesses in a variety of industries and sectors, including extensive work in: communications, conferences & events, education, fashion, finance, IT, leisure & tourism, media, property, retail and sport. For all projects we use the same ethos, the work we produce is inspired by the simple marketing principles of AIDA: Attention, Interest, Desire and Action.

Attention

In a crowded market place, you the client want your product to stand out from the competition. We produce campaigns that make the potential customer sit up and take notice.

Interest

We want your customers to be interested in the message you are trying to get across. We want them to be engaged and dig deeper to find out more. Generating that interest is key to any successful campaign.

Desire

The work we produce will entice the end user to engage in your product and let them know that whatever is on offer, it will satisfy their needs to want to own or work with the product.

Action

When potential customers decide to make a purchase or use a particular service, they need clear signposting to see how that can become a reality.
A clear call to action is essential.

Latest Posts

A movie that paints a picture

Posted by Eam Foy | August 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

Before Toy Story’s release in 1995 animated movies were unheard of and definitely not seen on the silver screen. Now its seems every other movie is fully animated which is amazing and the technology used is always developing and changing. Loving Vincent is an animated movie with a huge difference, each frame of the film […]

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Stone Sports News

Posted by Eam Foy | July 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

For 26 years Sky Sports has been the pinnacle of sports broadcasting, beginning with only four channels. Today they introduce a new system of nine channels that clearly defines what each channels offers (i.e. Sky Sports 4 is now Sky Sports Golf…. Shock!). Along with the new channels, Sky Sports has also had a new […]

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A different “Type” of challenge

Posted by Eam Foy | March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

As a designer its always good to challenge yourself, it keeps you sharp and lets you experiment with new ideas that you may choose to bring across to client work. There are a few daily design challenge that exist out there as well as designers starting self initiated daily projects but 36 Days of Type […]

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Stanley Chow FC

Posted by Eam Foy | January 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

If you have been around the design block chances are you have come across Manchester based illustrator Stanley Chow. His simple yet lifelike portraits of celebrities have won him admiration around the world as well as here in the studio.   His unique and recognisable style make him a firm favourite with us here at […]

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5 design trends from 2016

Posted by Eam Foy | December 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

A trend can sometimes be seen as a negative in the design community and blindly following one just for the sake of it is of course a no no but that doesn’t mean that trends are to be avoided all together. Its would take a foolish person to shut themselves off from the creative world […]

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Going green for ’17

Posted by Eam Foy | December 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

The global authority on colour, Pantone, have just announced that their Colour of the Year for 2017 is the refreshing PANTONE 15-0343 Greenery. This zesty yellow-green shade is the perfect palette cleanser for 2016, which coincidentally enough was represented by a combination of bruise-like hues which you could argue perfectly summed up the year ahead. […]

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Olly Potter

Posted by Eam Foy | November 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

We are big fans of Olly Moss here at Stone, his use of negative space, rough hand made style and optical illusions is playful, simple, fun and sometimes not immediately obvious which makes for a great OH WOW moment when you do see it. I could fill this blog every week with a different piece […]

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Sébastien’s Silhouettes

Posted by Eam Foy | November 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

If your looking for Star Wars themed artwork on the internet there is no short supply of great work but in his breathtaking series Le Cosmos de Star Wars, Parisian freelance photographer and graphic designer Sébastien Del Grosso uses a unique technique to create his by taking photographs of backlit Star Wars toys to create dramatic […]

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To CBBC or not to CBBC that is the question

Posted by Eam Foy | March 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

It seems today a new logo can not be released without being torn to shreds on social media — “confusing” and “like Pac Man on acid” just some of the comments — but are people too quick to make a judgement, and do they really look into what a logo can do and does? We took […]

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Shhhhh!!!!

Posted by Eam Foy | March 16, 2016 | 0 Comments

Come closer – This is between you and me… Secret 7″ is back! Now in its fifth year, Secret 7″ is a unique event that each year takes seven tracks by seven different artists and then invites the creative community to interpret these tracks however they see fit and create one of a kind design for the 7″ vinyl sleeve, all in […]

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Pop in and say hello

We are located just off the culinary delightful Exmouth Market and not far from Farringdon, Angel and Kings Cross tube stations so there’s no excuse not to come and see us.
Alternatively get in touch below or by email, either way we’d love to hear from you!

Our Address

Stone Creative Design
Unit 8
70 Rosebery Avenue
London
EC1R 4RR
T: 020 7713 7650
E: Studio

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