is a UK based studio formed in 2006 by brothers Alfie and Edward Maddison. We design for print, screen, and the environment.
Emphasising efficiency and clarity, our work employs a wide range of design disciplines and processes to craft original and tailored projects.
23 Heigham Road, Norwich, NR2 3AT
Redesign of the Pevsner guides for Icon's Rethink feature
Identities, signage and print for Richard Hughes and Humphrey Spender exhibitions.
Elliott Chappell Health Centre
Stair wall mural for a new health centre in Hull.
Leaflet for charitable organisation promoting better architectural design.
We Make Stuff Happen
Identity and stationery for a production company.
Christmas card 2012
This years card uses geometric patterns taken from our business cards.
Our poster for Modern Theory's Visual Grammar exhibition in Brussels.
Maddison Graphic have moved to Norwich. We produced this booklet to announce our arrival.
Maddison Graphic Stationery
Our new cards for 2012.
Methodist Church guide for new superintendents.
A logo, website and promotional material for this independent record label.
The Friends of the King's School Ely (FoKSE) asked Maddison Graphic to design a logo. Our design is a fox made of triangles.
DPA & Once
Two new identities and stationery for architects based in Cambridge.
Martin Field Workshop
Website and identity for carpenter and designer based in Norwich.
A new logo and stationery for Mole Architects.
A Day with a Duck
Posters, a leaflet and vinyl graphics for Helen Stratford's 'A day with a duck' exhibition and live art project.
These four books provide guidance for the Methodist Church's Ministerial Development Review process.
The Fruitful Field
An identity and book for the Methodist Church introducing their 'Fruitful Field' project.
Maddison graphic were featured in the 81st issue of Eye magazine. The article, written by John Ridpath profiles three studios working with local clients.
Blue Boar Quad
Signage scheme for 1960s hall of residence at Christ Church, Oxford.
St Luke's Screen
Decorative scheme for new glazed screen at a church in Cambridge.
Plaque design for the Transport Trust's Red Wheel scheme.
Collaborative design with Martin Field of a poster and invitations for the opening of OnOak Studios in Norwich.
Ely Beer Festival
The Ely and District branch of CAMRA asked us to design a logo, poster and glass for their summer beer festival.
Chistmas Card 2009
Our christmas card in 2009 announced the launch of our new website. It featured a tree made out of web symbols.
These coloured versions of the vessels from our Boats Print are for sale at Print-Process.com.
Ely Cathedral Signage
Wayfinding and information panels for the cathedral precinct at Ely.
Stationery designed for writer and journalist Zoe Williams.
Mole Chistmas Card
A Christmas card designed for Mole Architects featuring their 2010 'Balancing Barn'.
Design of website and exhibition flyers and posters for John Maddison.
Design of lettering for a new altar in the Lady Chapel at Ely Cathedral.
Jack Wheeler is a sculptor and carpenter. We designed his logo and website.
For our 2010 Christmas card we took three vessels from our Boats print and overprinted them on to Offenbach bible paper.
A B2 (500x700mm), one colour screen print on 300gsm canaletto paper. Limited edition of 200.
Orthostat is a collaboration with Jack Wheeler. It is being exhibited at the Assembly House in Norwich during August.
Maddison Graphic we interviewed for issue 6 of Eight48 magazine. The article focusses on humour in design.
Mole Chistmas Card
A Christmas card designed for Mole Architects featuring their 2011 'Wingate Studio'.
For Christmas 2011 we sent out this tea towel instead of a card.
The Methodist Church comissioned us to design a programme, name badges and note cards for their Superintendent's Conference.
A four colour B2 screen print on 300gsm Caneletto limited to an edition of 100. Each print is stamped and hand numbered.
Visions of Mankind
Cover design for a book detailing the history of the World's Fair, commissioned by DHL and distributed at the 2010 Shanghai Expo.