Don’t tell anyone…but working at Kubiak can actually make you live longer.
Do you want to know our secret?
Posted: 15 January 2018
Merry Christmas from Kubiak
As the Christmas season approaches, we would like to sincerely thank you for your business and support throughout 2017.
Posted: 12 December 2017
Life in Colour
Think of your favourite colour. Does it make you feel calm, happy or energised? Or does it stir up a fond memory or a favourite place?
Posted: 13 November 2017
We are hiring!
Hello, we are a dynamic, expanding design agency based in Bristol. We work with a varied national client base for whom we produce graphic, printed and digital marketing. Currently a team of 7, we are looking to recruit two more exceptionally creative talented individuals.
Posted: 05 September 2017
Typomania with Erik Spiekermann
We recently had the pleasure of attending a West of England Design Forum talk given by two big contenders in the world of Typography. Jonathan Doney, current chair of the International Society of Typographic Designers and Erik Spiekermann, an internationally renowned typographer.
Posted: 15 August 2017
One month old and counting.
Our new website is one month old today and we have been bowled over with the positive response which we're received so far.
Posted: 17 July 2017
Think print is dead? Think again.
A good book will never be forgotten. Not just for the narrative journey its flow of the words can set your mind on, but the feel of it in your hand as you run your fingers over the pages...
Posted: 11 July 2017
Capable, diverse and courageous...getting to know the real Kubiak
Well, what do you think? We hope you've been enjoying our sleek new website. It's part of an exciting brand refresh to make sure that we are demonstrating the true breadth of our creative capabilities.
Posted: 15 June 2017
Illustration or photography? Your audience decides
Illustration has been used by businesses since marketing began. However photography overtook and became the preferred form, with consumers trusting that 'the camera never lies'. In the 1920s, photography accounted for just 15% of advertising, but by 1930, it had pretty much taken over from illustration with around 80%...
Posted: 29 March 2016
The rise and decline of Pantone
Many of you will be familiar with our friendly in-house mascot Alan. Alan is Pantone 381. Wherever Alan travels, he will look the same thanks to the universal colour system Pantone.
Pantone was created in the 1960s by Lawrence Herbert who saw how the industry was struggling to communicate around colour. Printers and designers had no clear way of describing their exact colour requirements...
Posted: 26 February 2016