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Middle Boop Studios was founded in 2008 by award winning creative director Gordon Reid when he began creating artwork for bands and musicians. Since then, the studio has grown and moved to North London where we work with ambitious and driven brands of all sizes, helping businesses grow through strong strategy and design. We believe in doing things differently to other agencies. Having worked for the biggest agencies in the world, we know from the best how to nurture our clients and help them grow through immersion and collaboration.
We have worked with some of the biggest brands in the world including Google, BBC, Adidas and The Olympics as well as helping reposition many small to medium businesses and aiding startups to achieve their dreams by immersing ourselves in exactly what they do and finding exactly what makes each and every one unique to make a meaningful difference and through collaboration, get our clients to where they want to be.
Our Creative Director Gordon Reid is an international speaker and regularly speaks at conferences to crowds of thousands of people including Design Indaba Cape Town, Graphika Manila, OFFF Barcelona, OFFF London, Adobe New York, Adobe Paris, Adobe London, FITC Amsterdam, Grafik’s Letterform Live series, D&AD London, and The London Design Festival at the V&A. We also lecture at universities across the UK, writes for the likes of Computer Arts and Design Week, and often judges at D&AD, Cannes Young Lions, Creative Circle and Design Week Awards.
The BBC, Rio Olympics, HSBC, Nike, Coca Cola, Visa, GSK, Toyota, Freedom From Torture, Head & Shoulders, Asda, Red Bull, Warp Records, 4AD, Sony Entertainment, Mogwai, Bombay Bicycle Club, Newton Faulkner, Fuck Buttons, Blanck Mass, Andrew Hung, All Tomorrows Parties festival.
Adobe > Filmed Interview
Adobe Barcelona > Filmed Interview
Fotiola > Interview
Young Creative Council > Article
Digital Arts > Article
Design Week > Voxpop
Design Week > Voxpop
Computer Arts > Interview Issue 259
It’s Nice That > Interview
University of West London