• 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.

  • Cura Goods

    We are pleased to announce that Intercity are currently working on the branding of online start-up Cura Goods, a store which will be selling 'carefully curated tools for living'. More images and information soon.

  • 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.

  • Revolution

    In an extension of the work we've recently been doing at Brighton's new Cycle Hub, Intercity have also been working on the building graphics for Revolution, a personal training studio based at the hub.

  • Nike Football Manchester City

    We have again been working with Nike Football, this time on a project around the launch of their 2015-16 Manchester City home, away and 'Night Rising' kits. The work is under wraps, but we can show this detail.

  • (n+1)

    Intercity are busy working away on a new identity system and building scheme for cycling-themed (n+1), Brighton's newest cafe, workshop and cycle hub. More images and information soon.

  • 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. 

  • Positive Prints

    Towards the end of 2014, Intercity collaborated with artists Supermundane, Rose Blake and Rude to create three limited edition ‘Enjoy Life’ prints for insurance company Beagle Street.

  • 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.

  • Chalk Architecture

    Using subtle animation and a responsive framework, Intercity recently created a holding website for Brighton-based architecture firm, Chalk. A complete website is currently under construction.

  • Los Logos 7

    Gestalton's Los Logos 7 book is the latest edition in the Los Logos series and it features a selection of Intercity-designed logos including QualiaThe Changing Faces of Bowie and The Academy.

  • 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.

  • Nike Young Athletes

    Although we can’t show the project in its entirety, Intercity recently worked with Nike on an internal digital design project for their Young Athletes initiative.

  • 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.

  • Boxfresh One Shot

    At the beginning of 2014, Intercity curated a collection of youth culture-themed images to help promote the Boxfresh One Shot photography competition - part of the Boxfresh 25th anniversary celebrations.

  • 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. 

  • Studio XX

    Studio XX is a personal project from graphic artist (and Intercity collaborator) Toby Neilan in which he's illustrated the interiors of 20 UK-based design agencies - including the (now previous) Intercity studio.

  • Is It the Shoes?

    Intercity created the identity concept, teaser posters and flyer design for Is It the Shoes, a three-day sneaker-themed festival which included an exhibition, various film screenings and a panel discusson.