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We had fourteen years of creating innovative design projects in almost every media including digital, animation, illustration and branding; we won dozens of awards from D&AD and Design Week to BAFTAs; we were one of the first design agencies to sell t-shirts, prints, toys and sculptures from our own online shop directly to our fans; we created interactive art installations for the V&A, the Big Chill and Bestival and we created a unique working culture and spirit that we are very proud of. You can read more about Airside's journey in the Gestalten book Airside By Airside. And now we're on to the next thing...

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We're always interested in talking about jobs, commissions and collaborations. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have something exciting to talk about!


Alex has started a new company with Airside's ex-MD, Caroline Matthews, called Rupert Ray with disciplines spanning Branding, Graphic Design, Illustration, Animation and Live Action.

Their combined experience allows them to implement projects in media spanning both the new digital realm and the old world. Rupert Ray will draw on the strengths of the two directors who have worked for 20 years in Advertising and Design.


Fred has set up a new venture called Fred & Company, dedicated to artistic and interactive projects. He has just completed an audio-visual installation for La Gaite Lyrique, France's gallery of digital arts.

His musical alter ego Frank Eddie's debut album is out now and is accompanied by a series of short films recently premiered by Channel 4.


Nat is now Co-Director of Design at The RSA, finding ways to use design to make the world a better place. She has recently launched The Great Recovery, a project about moving from a linear to circular economy.

She has also recently worked with Fred & Company, WeFarm & Tokyo Digital and is always interested in helping shape new and innovative projects.


Airside Nippon

Henki Leung, one of the longest serving Airsiders, went to Tokyo to start Airside Nippon in 2010. His partner is Hiromi Tsuchiya, who used to be Airside's agent in Japan. Henki's humour and simple use of graphics was a defining factor in building Airside London's reputation.

They work with both British and Japanese clients so please get in touch if you would like to talk to them about your project.