Journal entries ordered by “2015”


23rd December 2015

It’s time for Michael’s favourite job of the year: aggressively smashing the excess ice out of… more


21st December 2015

We’re having a musicals’ day in the Cog studio. Anna has been recreating the opening scene… more


18th December 2015

Céline and Natalie from Akram Khan company are here so we can handover the new website… more


15th December 2015

Claire and Pontus from the Association of Art Historians are having a chat with Sam in… more


Postgraduate campaign

Campaign to attract postgraduate students to one the world’s best universities – King’s College London. more


Merry Christmas 2015

We’ve raided our wardrobes and un-boxed our Christmas decorations. Each member of the team got #Christmassy4Cog… more


9th December 2015

It’s Sæunn’s birthday. We’ve got her a cake but we should probably admit that the snowflakes… more


8th December 2015

Michael’s popped in to The Corner Shop PR to meet with long-time Cog friend, Clair Chamberlain. more


4th December 2015

It’s the end of an era! We’re saying goodbye to Bryony who’s leaving Turner Contemporary next… more


3rd December 2015

It’s late in the studio. We’d been putting up decorations but now it’s film time (with… more


2nd December 2015

Michael and Jenny are in Canterbury, chatting with The Marlowe team – Kate, John, Helene and… more


1st December 2015

Michael and Ross are in Bristol, meeting about a new project with our friends at Second… more


30th November 2015

Michael’s at a board meeting of the National Campaign for the Arts, talking about the recent… more


26th November 2015

Michael’s at a Typographic Circle talk from Bruno Maag (Director of the type company, Dalton Maag). more


25th November 2015

There are lots of dictionary stands and wrapped up Peroni boxes behind the scenes at our… more


20th November 2015

Bryony is deciding the best way to chop lemons for our lemony water: chunks, slices or… more


The art of partnering

Working with King’s College London, we designed the third publication in their series of Cultural Enquiries… more