Hello, we are Supafrank - we design products and brands for makers, doers and entrepreneurs.
Helping businesses to define a compelling vision of their company. We develop meaningful brands that tell an authentic story by communicating their values and personality. The narrative of the brand translates onto products, logos, websites, packaging, stationery and photography.
Product Design & Strategy for Makers and Doers
Exploring consumer and market trends to develop design strategies for manufacturers. We create products that appeal to the customer, use relevant manufacturing facilities and epitomise their brand.
I have absolutly loved working my socks off with Sophie Howarth to bring you Department Store for the Mind.
Huge thanks to Jo Raynsford, James Champion, Veronica Wood, Katrin Kerber, Chloe Robertson, Rochelle Maas, Studio Corko and Libi Pedder.
Thrilled to share this project. Loved working with Marc to create this luxury chocolate brand. More to come in the new year. Huge thanks to Jo Raynsford & James Champion.
Loved Art Directing the ‘Toot the Tiny Tug Boat’ logo for Lupus Films with Emily Penny at Colourful. Big thanks to Chole Robertson. More to come..
Excellent working with the lovely Sophie on her brand, photography and packaging. More to come on the new site! Big thanks to Jo Raynsford & James Champion.
It was much fun working with Pauline and her crew of dogs on this new retail brand. Big Thanks to Libi Pedder and Veronica Wood. Full project coming soon on the new site.
It’s been a pleasure working with Katie Kenny to bring her cookie company ‘Squidges’ to life. She will be launching her own website next year but you can see the project here
A playful collection of imagery for The Modern Baby to showcase each of their product categories. Capturing the brand’s personality through product selection, props and a little storytelling.
See more here
Big Thanks to James Champion Photography.
Working with UK manufacturer Richard Burbidge, we’ve defined a product design strategy that encompasses their brand, utilises their manufacturing facilities and appeals to their customers.
We investigated consumer and market trends to identify opportunities for growth in the future. And took the project forward by presenting initial concepts and developing a new take on stairparts for a DIY’er.
We’d love to share the project, but it’s top secret for now.
We’ve been working with British manufacturer Richard Burbidge to design and develop a new range of metal stair parts. See the project in more detail here.
Working with the lovely folk at Extreme Slovenia we created their new brand identity. The re-brand was applied to multiple elements from T-shirts to fliers and a little larger in scale, their booth at the Ski and Snowboard show.
Here’s a few early images, we will be posting the full range on our Projects Page soon, so watch this space!
We are excited to share that we will be partnering with The London Design Festival to present ‘Creature Collective’ an exhibition of interior products and illustrations inspired by curiosities from nature.
Come and see the journey from initial character sketches to pared-down components that distill the spirit of the original creatures. The few simple components can be interchanged using just one tool – a mallet – to make up a stool, a hook, a light pull and a light. The finished products combine quality and durability with a unique personality.
Location: The Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage Street, London E1 5LJ.
Time and dates: 22–25 September 2011, 10am to 8pm (Friday 23rd late night)
To find out more about The London Design Festival, click here