Transmission is a graphic design and content creation studio.

We work with arts, culture and publishing companies to help them connect with their audience. We do this by creating beautiful magazines, books, publications, branding and digital platforms, which we combine with engaging editorial content.

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Transmission services include graphic design, book design, magazine art direction, authorship, editorial content creation, brand development and website creation.

Our clients include Thames & Hudson, Bloomsbury, Quarto, Falmouth University, Sci-Fi-London film festival, Brighton and Hove Museums and The Vinyl Factory.

'Transmission’s precise and stripped-down vision serves the subject matter well. Their art direction maintains uniform backgrounds in cool neutral shades of pale blue and cream with a defined horizon line and almost no shadows, to keep the distraction level down and allow viewers to focus on the work.' American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)

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Press It's Nice That, Nicer Tuesday's
The Minimalism Myth, talk

We we're invited to talk at Nicer Tuesday, the monthly visual culture event hiosted by It's Nice That. Our Creative Director, Stuart, took the opportunity to talk about his latest book, MIN: The New Simplicity in Graphic Design, and help dispell the myth that creating minimal graphic design is easy. The London event, filmed and recorded in front of a live audience. You can watch a recording of the talk here.

 

Shop MIN:
The New Simplicity in Graphic Design

MIN explores the resurgence of minimalism in contemporary graphic design. It showcases the elegant, reductive and geometric projects being created by designers who are moving beyond the ornate and pattern-based work that has dominated graphic design for the past decade. The book features 150 minimalist designers working across a wide range of formats and media. Buy the book.

 

Press Wired: For Something so Simple, Minimal Design sure is Complicated 
Wired UK interviewed us about the launch of our latest book: MIN: The New Simplicity in Graphic Design. There’s a rumor going around about minimal graphic design. “A lot of people say it’s really easy,” says Stuart Tolley, who runs a design studio in Brighton, England, called Transmission. “A lot of people say you just rely on Helvetica, or white space. And I completely disagree.” Read the Full Article