Graphic design should be accessible.
That's why our studio is right on Falmouth's High Street. 

Visit our open studio from Monday to Friday.




From business cards to billboards, magazines to menus, and album art to full scale branding, we specialise in print-based design. Past clients range from one-man start ups to multinational corporations.


In our spare time, we love to screen-print. In our studio you will find a range of limited edition, hand-pulled prints and t-shirts for sale. The designs are one offs, once they're gone, they're gone. 



Imagery is vital to establishing any brands story. At I See Sea we can provide basic product and interior photography for your business, either as part of a larger branding project or as a separate job.

Positive refreshment.


Good Vibes Café came to I See Sea looking to expand their branding beyond the wordmark that they already had. We created a secondary logo which was then used on a set of freshly designed loyalty cards, their menus, and hand screen-printed onto t-shirts for the staff. We also provided them with photos of the café interior and food for inclusion in the South West Independent Coffee Guide.

additional branding / printed collateral / photography



For the record.


I See Sea have been lucky enough to work with Sony Music UK over the last 3 years on a number of high profile acts. Projects have included full album campaigns, single covers, print advertising, online banner ads and even an artist branded loose leaf tea!

Acts worked with include:
Tom Odell, Lucy Rose, Manic Street Preachers, Will Young, Little Mix, Paloma Faith, Leonard Cohen, Don Broco and many more

album artwork / print advertising / digital advertising


Back to the future.


Expansion is the name of the game for Vintage Warehouse 13. From their humble beginnings selling vintage clothes and furniture from a warehouse in Falmouth wharfs, they now also run Bluebird, their little vintage caravan that they take to fairs and festivals, and, most recently, The Little Vintage Warehouse 13, a small shop on Falmouth's High Street focusing on vintage clothing. I See Sea was tasked with branding these two recent ventures. The brief was to give each their own personality, but to work well together and convey the feel of their location.

branding / signage



Treading the boards.


After working with I See Sea on the poster and programme for her production of Romeo & Juliet, director Sophie Gilpin asked us to brand her theatre company, HeadFirst Productions. HF needed a brand that would allow the creative direction of each new production to remain the focus, but also be able to stand alone on the company's website and business stationery. 

branding / programme design



Cover photograph by Adrian Gilpin