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Three things we’re loving in…September

We're huge fans of September in the Littlefish office. For starters, it's our birthday and this gives us a chance to celebrate another year of doing what we love for a living and to raise a glass to the fantastic colleagues and clients we've worked with along the way. We also don't mind a bit of rain and colder temperatures if they're accompanied by the beautiful autumnal colours that start to appear at this time

4 Nov 2015

Littlefish on Instagram

So there's this thing called Instagram that apparently is quite popular. 300 million users popular to be precise. At Littlefish we love any creative outlet and so we thought if Bieber can do it, so can we. Ok, so we might be a little bit late to the party on this one but it's only because we've just been so busy getting Littlefish going and getting it going well. We don't embark on any project

17 Aug 2015

Inspiration from around the world

The first rule of blogging? Blog regularly. Ah! Never fear, we're still here, we've just been super busy, which is a good problem to have of course! In between working hard, we've been lucky enough to also steal a little bit of time out to catch up with family and friends and get some well-earned R&R  - and of course the laptop came with us. Never fully clocking off or missing an opportunity to be inspired,

8 Mar 2015

A visit to the Stedelijik museum

As you may have read in my ‘A design Mecca’ blog we recently made a trip to Amsterdam. While there we made sure to pay a visit to the Stedelijik Museum. Based next door to the Van Gough Museum, the Stedelijik is dedicated to modern and contemporary art and design. The museum’s notable collection includes work from the very best artists from throughout history including highlights from Malevich, Edward Kienholz, Willem de Kooning, Picasso, Van

8 Mar 2015

A design Mecca

Recently I was lucky enough to visit my design Mecca, Amsterdam, on a work trip. We were only there for a very short time but it doesn’t take long to feel completely inspired by your surroundings once there. The architecture itself is stunning, with the canal-side, multi-story houses so completely different to what we see here they cant help but captivate. There’s the different coloured, smaller-than-you-get-here brick, the amazing windows and the way that all