Covent Garden Journal
A vibrant, stylish, free quarterly magazine for the famous Covent Garden area of London, supported
by Shaftesbury, Capco and the Mercers' Company - three of the capital's most important
landowners. The publication explores the area's fashion, arts, food and history, while its award-
winning design finds the perfect balance between style, inventiveness and accessibility.
Supported by the Howard de Walden Estate, the bi-monthly Marylebone Journal is a high quality
local magazine which takes full journalistic advantage of the area's unique and thriving blend of
retailers, restaurants, cultural institutions, Harley Street medical facilities and one of London's most
close-knit and active residential communities, with stunning results.
The quarterly magazine of the Royal Meteorological Society's public membership club - theWeather
Club. This beautiful publication, printed to the highest possible environmental standards, provides a
intelligent, fresh and at times funny insight into the many faces of weather and climate - a perfect
magazine for a nation completely obsessed by all things weather-related.
This impressive editorial website contains news, features, video and photography all relating to the
wide world of weather and climate. As well as designing the site, we are responsible for all of its
editorial content, including writing daily news updates.
Borough Market is the country's most famous food market. The quarterly Market Life magazine
celebrates the work of the hundreds of traders who gather each week to sell extraordinary produce
from around Britain and all over the world. Its lively tone and busy, colourful photography reflect the
atmosphere of this fascinating market.
This publication is produced on behalf of the City of London Corporation and is designed to promote
the food, retail and public events found within the historic Leadenhall Market in the City of London.
Its content, which is based around the individuals who give the market its personality, provides an
insight into this warm, friendly enclave in the heart of the financial district.