Celebrating ten years in business, Brighton-based Red Design has emerged as one of the most creative studios in the music industry, producing truly memorable work.

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For many designers, the thought of working outside the cosy, creative confines of London fills them with horror. Not so Red Design, which has for the past ten years shied away from the big smoke. And it’s all the better for it, says co-founder Ed Templeton, who has seen the studio grow from a simply “give it a go” ethos to have its designs take centre-stage in popular culture.
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Founded in 1996, Red has since become something of a name in album design, with its celebrated covers including those for fellow Brighton resident Fatboy Slim, as well as McFly and David Gray.
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