Profile
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Profile

Hyperkit is a graphic design studio founded in 2001 by Kate Sclater and Tim Balaam. Authenticity of the idea, matched with a strong design sensibility, is at the heart of our approach. Working collaboratively with our clients, we aim to create visual stories which articulate their ideas and aspirations, helping them to become a genuine part of everyday life. Our work has been described as being visually tactile through its subtle combination of graphic image, process, materials and functionality.

Whilst we might be engaged for a singular service, more often commissions require a combination of our skills and expertise to complete the task. To date our outputs have included art direction, visual identity systems, publications, marketing material, packaging, wayfinding, exhibitions, interiors, furniture and websites. Our clients range from individuals and startup businesses to national organisations and cross a number of sectors including arts and culture, architecture and design, fashion, education, luxury property, government and retail. With a keen eye for detail we manage all aspects of a project, from concept through to production. We are aided by a roster of copywriters, photographers, illustrators, printers and developers to realise our designs.

If you'd like to talk to us about a project please contact kate@hyperkit.co.uk.

Selected Clients

Bloomsbury Publishing
British Council
Camden Arts Centre
Caro Communications
Craftspace
Crafts Council
Dunne and Raby
Ebury Publishing
Garage Center for Contemporary Culture
Glenn Howells Architects
Goldsmiths, University of London
Grainger plc
Humphrey Ocean RA
Jerwood Visual Arts
Joe and Co.
Little Angel Theatre
London School of Economics
The Lounge Soho
Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (mima)
Millennium Models
The Modern House Estate Agents
The Modern Pantry Restaurant
Modern Shows
Mosaic Rooms
National Portrait Gallery
National Trust
The Open University
Represent
Retrouvius
Palace of Westminster
Phaidon Press
Pitman Tozer Architects
Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects
Royal College of Art
Scarlet & Violet
Six Wines Eight
South London Gallery
Spink Property
Tate Britain
Theis + Khan Architects
University of the Arts London
Victoria and Albert Museum
The Whitechapel Art Gallery