• The Infinite Guide

    Continuing our partnership with i-DAT, we’ve been working on design for The Infinite Guide, a speculative art work powered by a conversational Artificial Intelligence which takes place online and in two locations.

  • Emoti-OS

    Created in partnership with i-DAT, Plymouth School of Creative Arts (PSCA), Controlled Frenzy and Intercity, Emoti-OS is a chatbot created to give students a voice and a way to express how they collectively feel.

  • Wired

    A whole nine months before publication, we had the privilige of being asked to create an abstract typographic illustration for the Features cover of November's issue of Wired (UK) magazine.

  • This Is Where We Are

    We're currently working on an identity and animated visualisation for an exciting installation-based art project which launches at a very prestigious venue in London next month. More images and information soon.

  • Positive Prints

    After the success of last year's project, we've just finished commissioning the 2015 installment of Positive Prints for Beagle Street - with artwork created by Anthony Burrill, Jessica Albarn and Craig & Karl.  

  • The Changing Faces of Bowie

    In 2013, Intercity was one of 101 design studios approached to design a logotype for a typographic screenprint commissioned by the V&A as part of the activity around their David Bowie Is exhibition.