Mix Tape celebrated 10 years of scrobbling in December 2012. O Street were employed to develop a piece of print to celebrate this exciting milestone.

We developed a concept based on the familiar and much loved cassette format. A concertina booklet charting trends over the last 10 years was placed in a plastic cassette case and sent out to’s most dedicated followers.

The initiative was hugely successful and no doubt prompted many people to dig out those cherished compilation tapes from their youth. Although Neil-O has been banned from playing his early 80’s boyband mix tape in the studio.

What does Brand Strategy actually mean?

Many people talk about brand strategy, but what does it actually mean? Choose the recipe before buying the ingredients You could say that a brand strategy is a recipe for your business, it tells you: what ingredients you need to...

Boshi says メリークリスマス (Merry Christmas)

Boshi has long been the star of O Street’s window. Waving tirelessly at every passerby, she’s become a bit of a local celebrity in the community!   To get us in the festive spirit, we cracked out the paint pens...
O Street Animation and Motion Designer, Kevin Biggins by Peter Dibdin

We need to talk about Kevin

If you follow us on Instagram, you might have seen a new face in our Millport reel we shared this week—consider this your formal introduction to the latest O Streeter, Kevin Biggins! Kevin is no stranger to the studio; he...

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