Luxury brands
Commerce, Tech

Built by Images Tech, LVMH Online manages store orders, staff benefits and distribution for Dior, Givenchy, Guerlain and several other brands of LVMH Perfumes and Cosmetics.

Commerce, Place, Culture

'Better by design' is a report commissioned by World Design Weeks about the benefits design festivals deliver to their cities and regions.

Place, Culture

Culture and Place in Britain is a report published by  the Key Cities group in partnership with Arts Council England that provides a snapshot of culture in urban Britain by reviewing policy and data through the lens of the 27 cities and towns in the group.

Place, Education

Municipal devolution, better careers information and increased investment in pathways at all ages are needed to enable our skills system to drive productivity and growth in places all over the country, a new Key Cities report argues.


Weeks before he stepped down after 25 years as Leader of Manchester City Council, Sir Richard Leese talked to Images&Co CEO Kasper de Graaf about the city's transformation from a design perspective.

Place, Culture

People in Nairobi and Manchester came together with experts to discuss food and climate change, and how ordinary people can work together to help save the planet.

Tech, Culture

In 2023, Manchester's iconic music venue Band on the Wall reopened with a large-scale, multiscreen ambient animation celebrating the city's musical heritage.


Images&Co provides the Secretariat for the Key Cities Innovation Network, an association of universities associated with the 27-member Key Cities Group.

Key Cities website
Place, Tech, Communications

The new Key Cities website offers a portal to the network’s activities in policy development, coordination and engagement with Government.

Communications, Culture

Cirkay is a social commerce platform for creators and brands to deliver content and experiences to their followers and fans.

Place, Culture

On 23 and 24 November, this year’s Design Manchester festival closed with the We Are Bury pop-up exhibition in the railway arches at Mayfield close to Manchester Piccadilly Station. Curated by Zoë Hitchen, who began her career as a photographer with Bury Football Club, the exhibition brought together an extensive range of mementoes and memorabilia from one of the oldest football clubs in England, which was expelled from the English Football League (having been promoted to League One the previous season) on 27 August 2019.

Sunderland riverside

Key Cities – a group representing mid-size cities and urban areas across the UK – has appointed ING Media and Images&Co to provide policy and media services as it looks to expand its reach and influence as part of the UK’s economic recovery.

PastPresentFuture: Paula Scher

PastPresentFuture is a Design Manchester podcast series with world-leading creatives talking about creative influence, places, practice and ideas.

Mind & the City
Place, Culture

A public debate about mental health and wellbeing in the built environment with civic and creative leaders from Manchester and Rotterdam.

Professor Brian Cox
Culture, Education

The origins of life meet the future of live performance in Professor Brian Cox's 11-date Horizons: A 2021 Space Odyssey UK tour that kicks off at Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena on 29 September with the final show at the SSE Arena at Wembley on 30 October.

Scale-up Sessions

Scale-up Sessions is a quarterly series of programmes and events for startups, microbusinesses and SMEs, produced by Design Manchester in partnership with the Business & IP Centre at Manchester Central Library. The first session deals with the impact of the pandemic on small businesses, and the challenges and opportunities as we seek to recover.

Place, Culture

In 2019-20, 2NQ – the community non-profit co-directed by Kasper de Graaf and Malcolm Garrett – delivered People + Heritage, a programme of events and activities in and around Finsbury Park in North London, supported by lottery players through a grant of £80,000 awarded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and additional match funding contributed by Haringey Council from park events income.

Place, Communications

“The Liveable City” was the theme of a series of events during Manchester’s 2019 design festival, including a public debate and six specialist half-day symposiums on challenges facing cities.

Communications, Culture

A new website for The Loomba Foundation was launched at its annual International Widows Day dinner at the House of Lords on 24 June 2019. The site redefines the charity's online presence with an ambition to create the best place in the world for information and resources to support the global campaign to eradicate discrimination against widows.


Malcolm Garrett and Peter Saville collaborated to produce a pair of posters promoting “Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die”, an exhibition of punk graphics at New York's Museum of Arts and Design running from 9 April to 18 August.

Malcolm Garrett has designed the record sleeve – with Gia Milinovich and Alasdair Scott – for UNIVERSAL, a collaboration by Professor Brian Cox and Orbital.
Place, Communications
The Greater Manchester Independent Prosperity Review, one of the most rigorous assessments of a major city region, undertaken by a world leading panel of economists, will underpin the Local Industrial Strategy that Greater Manchester is jointly developing with the Government.
Finsbury Park
Place, Communications, Culture
A partnership project with Furtherfield Gallery to recreate Finsbury Park as a key London asset and point of innovation, optimally connected with its local communities, park users, London's green spaces and internationally through artist and innovation networks.
FAH members at aWayWay
Place, Communications, Culture, Education
aWayWay ("a different way of Awayday") was a two-day conference for members of Coventry University's Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Coventry Transport Museum on 21-22 June 2018.
To mark 40 years since the release of Orgasm Addict by Buzzcocks, 120 leading designers and young talents reinterpreted its bold and controversial cover by Malcolm Garrett and Linder Sterling. The resulting exhibition has to date been shown in Manchester, London and Birmingham.
SouthBank IQ
Place, Communications
SouthBank IQ, a research study and consultation document by Images&Co, evaluates the potential for innovation-led growth in South London. The study identifies an opportunity for a dynamic innovation partnership on the South Bank, working in tandem with neighbouring and wider networks to create an enduring ecology for inward investment and deliver wider benefits for the whole of South London.
Alex McDowell at DM18
Place, Communications, Culture, Education
Manchester’s fifth annual design festival in October 2017 attracted more than 60,000 visitors to events at iconic locations all over the city and across the wider region
Joanna Lumley promotes International Widows Day
Communications, Education

The plight of widows is a hidden calamity in many parts of the world, with millions of widows living in extreme poverty. We've worked closely with Raj Loomba in the successful campaign to persuade the United Nations to adopt International Widows Day as an annual, worldwide day of action.

Istanbul bridge
Place, Communications

VITAL is an open-source, open innovation middleware platform that allows disparate legacy IoT systems to connect and operate together seamlessly. It presents a cost-effective alternative to proprietary solutions for small and medium-sized cities and startup developers.

MCC Barbican Poster 2013

Malcolm Garrett and Michael Clark have collaborated for thirty years on the designs for Michael Clark Company productions and performances.

KTN Marque A

As Innovate UK's network partner, KTN links new ideas and opportunities with expertise, markets and finance through its high value network of businesses, universities, funders and investors. We have worked with KTN to create a new corporate identity and brand strategy within the Innovate UK brand family.

The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Pedagogy at the UCL Institute of Education undertakes research into primary and early years pedagogy that can have a positive impact on education practice and on learning for children up to the age of 11.
The Sharp Project logo
Place, Communications

Founded by Keith Jobling, The Sharp Project is Manchester’s home of digital content and a major centre of the city’s vibrant creative industries. The brand identity developed by Malcolm Garrett uses a diagram of the facilities to illustrate its flexibility and diversity.

The Great Debate 2017
Place, Communications, Education
The Great Debate is the UK’s annual public debate about design and society. One of the highlights of the Manchester design festival in October, it was developed and is produced by Kasper de Graaf.
Legible London Study
Place, Communications

The Legible London study, written by Kasper de Graaf based on research by the now-defunct AIG London with Lacock Gullam and LSE Cities, played a key part in persuading the London boroughs to support a capital-wide pedestrian wayfinding system.

Open Futures logo
Communications, Education

Developed by the Helen Hamlyn Trust, Open Futures is a skills and enquiry-based curriculum development programme, linking learning and life. It was created to help children discover and develop practical skills, personal interests and values, which will contribute to their education and help to enhance their adult lives. The programme works with primary schools in the UK and India. Identity designed by Malcolm Garrett, with illustrations by Francesca Granato.

Place, Communications, Education
TTI is a joint initiative of Kingston University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, with the support of employers including BBH and PriestmanGoode, to offer creative industry internships in the partner city.
Dublin Bus User Touchpoints
Place, Communications

Buses are the principal mode of public transport in the Irish capital. Customer information is key to the user experience as well as sustainable use of the network, particularly in understanding routes crossing the river Liffey. Malcolm Garrett collaborated with Dublin-based Image Now to direct a complete overhaul of the information Dublin Bus provides its customers, from network diagrams to bus stop timetables, as well as printed and digital information in multiple channels.

Lawson Luxury logo

Lawson Luxury provides strategic marketing for some of the world’s leading luxury brands, including British Airways, the Savoy group, Sotheby’s, Harvey Nichols and the Orient-Express. We worked with Pentagram to develop the  website for the brand.

Sir Misha Black Awards
Communications, Culture, Education

Created in memory of one of Britain’s most infuential teachers and product designers, the Sir Misha Black Awards are the only award scheme in the world dedicated to honouring innovation and excellence in design education.

Place, Communications

Malcolm Garrett developed the visual language for the popular Stoke Newington Literary Festival with illustration by Tash Willcocks.

Big Chip 2018
The thriving digital creative sector in the North was celebrated at the Big Chip 2018 Awards at the Hilton Manchester Deansgate on 4 July, with Malcolm Garrett again chairing the judging panel.