We’re a multi-disclipinary design studio based in North Bristol.
Our studio is based in the 300 year old Former Chapel - a unique non-Conformist church in Patchway Common, thought to be originally used by Quakers.
We plan to continue the chapel’s rebellious history with our own non-Conformist approach to creativity. Building awe-inspiring, thought provoking and results driven brand identities for our customers.
Cardiff School of Art & Design graduates Andrew Cadywould and Tom Garland have collaborated on creative projects for the best part of ten years as former university course-mates, housemates, agency colleagues and co-freelancers.
The directors launched Arobase Creative in 2016 to make high quality, 'big agency' design more accessible to small businesses. All Arobase studio work is carried out by the small and mighty two-man design team that tackle branding, graphics, web design and photography between them.
The first Arobase Creative HQ opened its doors in 2020, having spent 4 years growing the business from coffee shops, co-working spaces and cramped corners of the living room. The global pandemic and on/off lockdowns have so far prevented the launch party and made client workshops a little tricky but Arobase have been able to start planning for the future with the first of [hopefully] many internship placements.
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FareShare South West fight against hunger and food waste in our local area. They save good food from going to waste, redistribute it around the South West to charities, schools and community groups who turn it into meals for vulnerable people.
We’re proud to have nominated FareShare South West as our charity of the year be combining regular monthly donations, volunteer work and fundraising to support this incredible charity.