• Justin Currie Album Release

    We captured Del Amitri frontman Justin Currie in free fall for his fourth solo album, This Is My Kingdom Now due for release 12 May.

    Our art direction and design was complimented by longterm friend and collaborator Armando Ferrari’s photography skills.

    Justin Currie | This Is My Kingdom Now

  • Sub Club Celebrates 30 Years

    Our oldest client is celebrating their 30th birthday this year. We created the official branding for Sub Club to mark its time underground since 1987. Take a look at our Instagram channel for accompanying videos and follow us for forthcoming promos and behind the scenes content.

    From festivals and neon lights to off-site parties, find out what the world’s best underground club has planned on Resident Advisor.

    Sub Club 30th

  • Signal Sounds Identity

    We’ve just developed a bold, new identity for Jason Brunton and his new venture at Signal Sounds. The new venture, based in Glasgow, sells analogue and digital instruments with a heavy focus on modular synths. The graphic approach combines the ‘logical’ and ‘messy’ world of synth patchboards. A fully developed website will be coming in 2017.

    Project page coming soon.

    ISODESIGN Signal Sounds Identity

  • Sub Club Relaunch

    Arguably the best small club in the world has just got even better. After a three-month closure for refurb, Subbie is re-opening its brand new dazzle doors designed by ISO. The once concealed entrance has been transformed into a more zesty eye-catching threshold. The pattern is repeated inside, surrounding the chill out booths.

    More info on the upcoming launch party can be seen on subclub.co.uk.

    Subbie Dazzle

  • On Trakke

    Trakke are an amazing Scottish company creating made-to-order outdoor bags and accessories using just British sourced materials. Formed by ex-ISO member Alec Farmer we’ve created a new brand identity and website to showcase their adventure equipment. The Glasgow based sustainable business has grown rapidly since its beginnings in 2010.

    The brand work had to capture the rugged real world uses of Alex’s kit whilst also relaying their story and that of the suppliers and manufacturers they work with. Check out their gear – and treat yourself, everything comes with a lifetime guarantee!

    See the new Trakke site online here: trakke.co.uk.

  • 20 Years of Subculture

    Subculture celebrates its 20th anniversary this month by doing what they do best – hitting the decks! Subculture is the world’s longest running underground house night and the jewel in Scotland’s clubbing landscape.

    ISO designed promo material to mark their two-decade achievement.

    Domenic has crafted an exceptional near three hour-long mix for 20YSC below. Also shared on the SoundCloud iOS app available for free here

  • Channel 4’s 4Now App

    Channel 4’s second screen app, 4Now offers viewers real-time interaction for voting, games and quizzes.

    The “always on” app, the first to be launched by a free-to-air broadcaster in the UK, is intended to exploit the “second screen” phenomenon – a viewers’ inclination to be on their devices (iPads, mobiles, etc) whilst also watching their favourite shows.

    ISO worked on the graphics for the 4Now app. Download it here now.

  • We Are Northern Lights on DVD

    Directed by Nick Higgins, We Are Northern Lights was Scotland’s first ever crowd-sourced documentary and received over 1500 submissions with over 300 hours of video footage.

    ISO created the visual identity, film titles, website and digital strategy for the project. We built a platform incorporating YouTube’s latest citizen journalism features. Videos were tagged, encoded and organised, ready for the editing process. The site was also utilised as a social community to showcase the project.

    The full We Are Northern Lights feature documentary is now available on DVD (PAL) for UK audiences. You can also watch the film online here.

    We Are Northern Lights

  • ISO Featured on SHIFT

    ISO were showcased this month with a 5-page spread in the published version of Japanese Digital Design magazine, SHIFT.

    Projects featured include: The Gallery of Lost Art website; Film 4 indents; Titanic Belfast interactives; BBC iPlayer; Shooting Gallery TV titles/graphics; Oculus video installation at St Paul’s Cathedral and Savalas motion and sound identity.


  • Justin Currie: Lower Reaches release

    The new album artwork we have designed for Justin Currie, former frontman of Del Amitri, is now out. The third in the series of covers we have done for Justin’s solo albums this took us from the urban environs of Glasgow’s SWG3 studios to the great Scottish outdoors, lugging a photographic backdrop of the American desert. Designed in homage to the transatlantic sessions he did between the Western Isles and Austin, Texas the backdrop lives on supporting Justin on his present UK tour. Photography by the very talented Armando Ferrari.

    Get a copy of Lower Reaches here and check out Justin’s scandalous personal site here.