Richard Robinson Art Direction + Design

About –

Founded in 2004, Richard Robinson is an award-winning designer with over 15 years experience specialising in music, fashion, branding and digital. Clients range from small record labels to international strategic business’ we work with a network of established and talented collaborators allowing us to take on a wide range of projects.

Our client roster is a diverse mix, including Alexachung, Involved Management, EMI Publishing, Major Tom, Music Finland, Universal Records, !K7 Music, Blink Industries, Enflux Digital Mining, International Feel, Polydor Records, The British Fashion Council, PIAS International amongst many others.

From 2013-2016 Richard was creative consultant for celebrated footwear designer Nicholas Kirkwood and helped oversea all aspects of the design output across ecommerce, retail and brand campaigns leading upto the purchase of the company by LVMH (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE).

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For new business inquires please get in touch. 

Contact – Tel +44(0)77 5911 4775 

studio@richardrobinsondesign.co.uk

Awards / Selected Press –

This is Collate Website
Various features 2011-15
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NME
Album Cover Of The Year 2010
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Vinyl Art
Album Cover Of The Year 2010
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+81; European Graphic Design
Vol. 49 Autumn 2010
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Computer Arts
June 2010
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UKAdapta.com
May 2008
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Grafik; Journal Of The Best
International Graphic Design
"150 Book" 2007
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Kelvin; Colour Today Book
Die Gestalten Verlag 2007
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Grafik; Journal Of The Best
International Graphic Design
Showcase July 2006
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Grafik; Journal Of The Best
International Graphic Design
Pick Of The Year 2006
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D&AD; Design & Art Direction Awards
Winner 2005
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TDC; Tokyo Type Directors Award 16
Best international Typography
Non Members Prize 2005
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CR; Creative Review
Annual 2005
Best In Book
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Grafik; Journal Of The Best
International Graphic Design
January 2005
"How was it for you" Music Packaging
Selected by Non-Format
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Creative Review; First Sight
October 2004
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Grafik; Journal Of The Best
International Graphic Design
December 2004