• Looking For The Cloud

    Exploring the materiality and energy usage of the internet, we're currently working on an exciting project which aims to raise awareness for a sustainable future. More information and images soon.

  • Zero for Wired

    We're pleased to say that Zero, the free typeface we released at the start of this year, has been used for a feature about Google's Moonshot Factory in the March issue of Wired magazine (UK edition).

  • Zero

    Zero is a free typeface designed by Intercity to celebrate the start of the new year and decade. Inspired by the profile of railway tracks, Zero's modular construction combines rigid angles with geometric curves.

  • Plymouth Design Forum

    Referencing mathematics-based Voronoi diagrams, our submission for the Plymouth Design Forum 400 x 400 Design Challenge was inspired by the theme of Territory.

  • Outdoor Provisions

    OP is GO! This week saw the culmination of six month's hard work with the launch of Outdoor Provisions and their first two flavours of all natural energy bars. More images and information soon.

  • Future Proof

    Intercity have been working with creative network Visual Arts South West (VASW) on the identity of Future Proof, a day of discussions and learning open to artists, curators, arts organisations and audiences.

  • Anglo-American Press Association of Paris

    Intercity recently had the honour of designing a new identity for the Anglo-American Press Association of Paris (AAPA). Founded in 1907, the association is the oldest journalists’ organisation in France. 

  • Birmingham Design Festival 2019

    Intercity were invited to produce a poster for Black & White, a show curated by Phorm to open the 2019 Birmingham Design Festival - featuring contributors such as Anthony Burrill, Michael C Place and Rude.

  • Angel Interiors

    We recently completed this halo-inspired logo-mark, together with a broader design identity, for Bristol-based interiors company, Angel Interiors.

  • 2019

    Looking forward to an exciting year ahead, Intercity's Nathan, Will and Trystan each designed (and screen-printed by hand) a new year card featuring a typographic experiment inspired by 2019.

  • Devon Coffee Company

    We’ve just finished an exciting illustrative project for the good people at Devon Coffee Company, a specialty coffee roaster who supply and support businesses across the South West of England.

  • Saturday Night Fever Pitch

    Launching just in time for the start of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, June sees the arrival of Saturday Night Fever Pitch: The Magic and Madness of Football Style, with cover and feature spreads designed by Intercity.

  • Ocean Studios

    We're currently working on a series of event guides for Ocean Studios, a creative space/community containing studios, workshops and event/exhibition spaces. More images and information soon.

  • London City Airport

    2018 has seen Intercity working with new client London City Airport on a variety of projects, including various infographic designs for both digital and print.

  • The Atlantic Project

    Intercity are currently working on a full visual identity for The Atlantic Project - a pilot for a new international festival of contemporary art for the South West of England. More images and information soon.

  • Campaign

    As part of our recent work for the redesign of Campaign magazine, we developed a series of geometric letterforms inspired by the launch issue’s theme of transformation.

  • 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.

  • Farmdrop

    We've recently been working with London-based start-up Farmdrop on a number of projects, one of which is this set of badges featuring artworks by Supermundane, Lucy Vigrass, Jean Jullien and Matthew Green.

  • Plymouth Art Weekender

    Intercity have created a full identity, website and guide map for the Plymouth Art Weekender - an ambitious three-day event celebrating the city of Plymouth as a contemporary art destination.

  • Art & Sole

    We've created a darker (and even more graphic) alternate colourway of our Tread — Sneakers print series especially for sneaker-art website, Art & Sole.

  • Secret 7"

    We can finally reveal Intercity’s sleeve artwork, created in collaboration with fine artist Graham Guy-Robinson, for this year’s Secret 7" – the event that combines art and music for a very good cause. 

  • Beach London

    Held at Shoreditch-based gallery, Beach London, last week saw the launch of Anatomy of a Sneaker by illustrator Rob Flowers - the latest release in the Intercity-curated Art & Sole screenprint series.

  • Form & Glory

    The Intercity-designed Tread print series is now available in two alternate colour-sets exclusively from Form & Glory - an online collection of creative and contemporary sporting art prints and gifts.

  • Feed My Ride

    Earlier this year, Progress Packaging curated a collection of yellow musettes by leading creative studios and cycling brands in celebration of the 2014 Tour de France’s Grand Départ from Yorkshire.