website for new york-based book store, posman books
posman books contacted us with a plan to revitalize their online presence. realizing they'd prefer to strip down the books they had available on their site to a shortlist of ones they really liked and knew would sell, we created the new 'book shelf' style storefront you see now. accompanying this with a more responsive, image-heavy aesthetic, the results capture more what it's like to step off the street and into a branch of posman books.
website for eric idle's comic stage show, what about dick?
westbeth entertainment were keen to release their film of eric idle'swhat about dick?, using the same platform we developed for jim gaffigan and louis CK. expanding on the visual style originally established in the posters they'd created to promote the show, we quickly put together a reskinned platform for them. this we then fine tuned to suit the appropriate marketing approach for this unique, star-studded film.
website for comedian, actor + writer, jim gaffigan
show business journeyman jim gaffigan has done nearly every kind of work a comic can do but he'd never self-produced and released his own show. he knew of us through our work with louis CK and so approached us to build a site of his own. whilst the focus was on a similar model, we designed and built a more refined engine this time around.
website for the brooklyn-based band, the gregory brothers
once again we could not be more grateful to topspin. they have put us in touch with an eclectic range of radical artists with whom we've had the most exciting and rewarding relationships. the gregory brothers, better known as the auto-tune the news guys, are no exception. a month or so ago they walked into our studio and told us they needed a new website. they then hit the road and we sent them our ideas as they criss-crossed the country on the youtube tour. the trick was to combine their already burgeoning aesthetic with a number of new levels of functionality. their old site had been pretty much built entirely by them using dreamweaver and they were understandably into something that would be a little easier to update. needless to say, but the process was a breeze and often funny too.