We love talking shop, and believe the best work always starts with just that. Open, honest, enthusiastic and passionate conversations about the thing that interests you the most. If you’d like to kick off a conversation, we’d love to hear from you.
ShopTalk London started with a pub conversation after work. One of hundreds of conversations where we found ourselves talking shop.
Those conversations have taken us on some amazing adventures, from part-owning a pub in Mayfair to the international terminal at SFO, to wearing hard hats planning exciting new start-up projects.
We love the entrepreneurial spirit and surround ourselves with people who have it in abundance. Whether you’re a start-up, a challenger or an industry giant looking to spark a change, we’d love to start a conversation. Let’s talk.
James & Paul
Located in East London, Natasha & Nicola wanted to create a brand that looked at tea differently. A contemporary tea brand that specialised in healthy, premium, tea-based drinks and modern tea ware – a far cry from the your typical afternoon tea establishment. To put it in their words they wanted ‘tea to become as sexy as coffee’.
ShopTalk was tasked with developing Tiosk’s identity around a collection of ink drawings from Alison Cook. In keeping with their Scandinavian aspirations, we incorporated the copper & concrete textures with the lightest of touches. The identity and designs had to be shareable pieces of artwork in their own right, whilst also ensuring practical application throughout their website, and across all packaging, paper cups and menus.
It is such a pleasure working with ShopTalk. They are always able to interpret and translate our vision perfectly, bringing it to life visually. They show great sensitivity to each project. I think the results speak for themselves.Natasha Kelly, Co-founder
The success of the store has been exceptional, not only has Tiosk become a popular cafe in Hackney, their products are now available online at Toast, and soon to be released in Selfridges stores in the UK. Most recently they smashed their crowdfunding target by 144% bringing forward their campaign deadline by two weeks.