To brighten up the month of January, we’ve been getting out of the cold by viewing some interesting exhibitions around the city…Mapping the City at Somerset House is a collection of representations of different cities around the globe, in video, paper, canvas, and sculpture. There is a variety of both literal and metaphoric pieces, and such a diverse range of styles that there is something to appeal to everyone. Even the accompanying guide is an incredible piece of map design in itself.Following the map theme, Grayson Perry: Who Are You? at the National Portrait Gallery has an interesting twist in that its pieces are scattered throughout the permanent collection, rather than be curated together in one space. A map leads you through the gallery, where Perry’s work clearly stands out against the more traditional pieces. The exhibition is a collection of tapestry, prints, and sculpture, with each piece representing a different person/group of people.Somerset House plays host to Guy Bourdin: Image Maker, the UK’s largest ever exhibition of the fashion photographer’s work. Containing well over 100 pieces including previously unseen images, initial sketches, Super-8 film and polaroids, the exhibition takes you on a journey through the photographer’s career. It’s an exciting collection of late 20th century fashion and editorial photographs that all tell a compelling story, rather than simply showcasing the product.
We’re really excited to announce our collaboration with Hansells Food Group, and our creation of ‘the Snack Organisation presents…’ brand.
Launching into Sainsbury’s stores for an exclusive 6 month period, the Snack Organisation presents… Japanese Rice Crackers.
(F)(A)(B) have worked alongside Hansells to develop a new, innovative snacks range, leveraging their global manufacturing capability and sourcing expertise to develop a diverse range of novel products.
(F)(A)(B) created the brand identity and packaging for the range which launches with Rice Crackers in four delicious flavours. Cooked in rice bran oil, they are low in fat and calories – a tasty, healthy, New Year treat.