Tony Beasley really did run away from home to go to sea. This book recalls some of the adventures he had during his time in the Royal Navy. A remarkable story that includes his retelling of the part he played in a mission that took place during the Cold War. One that took place on a vessel he had vowed he would never serve on, yet a mission that, with typical stoicism and courage, he faced up to and dealt with in such a way that, ultimately, he emerged from it being regarded as a hero. A hero who wasn’t allowed to tell anyone where he had been or what he had done. Memories of a life spent at sea told with a refreshing mix of dark humour and brutal honesty. Tony doesn’t hold back, he tells things as he sees it. Even if it gives someone a bloody nose in the process.
Commissioned as part of ‘Everyone Has A Story To Tell’, working alongside Author Edward Couzens-Lake, we created this engaging book jacket design and typeset the book. Tony, from Emsworth in Hampshire, was overwhelmed with the graphic design.
Play The Ball Magazine Design and Print.
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Rugby League annual sporting summary. 1000 copies of this high quality magazine are circulated throughout the Royal Navy and Royal Marines estates and ships as well as being displayed among other sporting titles throughout Royal Navy and Royal Marine Sports complexes. Copies are also mailed direct to Royal Navy Careers Offices nationwide. This attractive professionally designed digest-sized magazine (B5 – 240×168) is printed on high quality silk paper stock with a glossy laminated front cover. Play the Ball Magazine provides members of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines sporting community with an annual summary of events and achievements within the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Rugby League including forewords from the President and the Chairman along with stories from throughout the year.
The first in our new series of personal biographies under the project heading ‘Everyone Has A Story To Tell’, in collaboration with Ghostwriter and published Author Edward Couzens-Lake.
Tender Joy is the life story of Joyce, a 90 year-old Emsworth Resident. She commissioned the writing her life story for sake of posterity and we were thrilled to accept. An incredible social history and insight to the life of a girl growing up throughout the Second World War and following her passion for nursing. 20 Printed copies of the final book were presented to Joyce in a private book launch ceremony.
CPG provide a high-quality, customer-centred service to parish councils. With over 25 year’s local government experience, CPG’s mission is to maximise the quality of life and wellbeing of people and communities.
As a startup CPG tasked us with creating a logo marque and to developing their visual identity. Following this process we were able to begin production of a wide variety corporate literature and business stationery, providing the company with all required assets to start operating.
Womanhood Global Magazine was launched in January 2016 to inspire and inform women across the globe. We were commissioned to create and produce the 36 page printed publication, deciding on B5 as the ideal size for women’s handbags and easy transportation. The brief was extremely sparse in detail – we were simply asked to create something professional. We’re very happy with the result and the client was blown away.