We’ve been chatting to our friends at Culture Label for a piece on their blog.
5 Things You Didn’t Know About Run For The Hills
Dex lives in an artisan cottage in the shadow of Goldfinger’s Trellick Tower, W10, with his partner, business partner and interior designer Anna Burles and their baby daughter, Margot Celeste. Run For The Hills’ studio is a cycle ride (or pram push) along the Grand Union canal in Great Western Studios.
As well as producing graphic art, Run For The Hills is a busy creative studio, specialising in branding and interior design. Their latest project was designing advertising agency BMB’s new London home. Full of quirky props, glazing decals, bespoke wallpapers and flypostered columns.
Dex has designed artworks, fabrics and neon signs for pop singer Ellie Goulding.
Having a new baby, Dex and Anna decided there were not enough cool, edgy babygrows, so they are designing their own. Watch this space…
As well as being an artist and graphic designer, Dex works in animation under the pseudonym of Christopher Trotman. His last major project was the title sequence for a feature film about the Iconic British comic 2000Ad called ‘Future Shock.’And a bonus number 6! This year Run For The Hills is expanding into a range of merchandise. Not only the aforementioned babygrows, but tea towels and bone china mugs.