Airside London 1998-2012

It’s a sad day when one of your favourite studios decides to call it a day.

When I was studying my degree, Airside were one of the studios I really looked up to. With their bold use of colour and simple design, I saw them as a shining beacon of light within the ocean of the British creative industry.

Airside, it’s been a pleasure.

If you are in London you can see what looks to be one of Airside’s final talks on December 6th at See No Evil.


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James Wignall

Director / Art-Director based in London.

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  • Woah, really!? 

  • dominique elliott


  • Great work, shame.

  • Crazy. Seems like such a short lifespan for such a bad ass house.

  • Just :(

  • we will always remember you and love you, Airside. 

  • Anonymous

    Sad news. We saw them at Design Indaba South Africa and they were fab! Glad to hear its because they pursuing other ventures though, I guess we can watch this space for more greatness in the future …

  • Anonymous

    What sad news. Airside spoke at Design Indaba South Africa a few years ago and they were really inspiring, we have followed them closely ever since. Good luck in their new ventures, I am sure we can watch this space for future greatness …