Grant Boston Portrait

About us:

Boston Studio create, communicate and define brands. Embracing graphic, packaging and digital design, product development and creative thinking we find compelling ways to tell the story of a brand. We begin with a subtle understanding of a business and develop work using both head and heart. The connection between concept, product, information and environment are seamless and the results effective and meaningful.

Adam Bray, Bamford, Blenheim Palace, Branksome China, Canali, Daylesford Organic, Egg, George Smith, Hakkasan, John Lewis, Landrover, Margaret Howell, Marks & Spencer, Modus, Nivaldo de Lima, Prestel, Rhug Estate, Soane Britain, Studio 54 Architecture, Traditional Arts, True Grace, V&A, Wildsmith



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The Studio:

Grant Boston is a creative thinker and doer with over twenty-five years experience communicating the personality of brands and individuals. His approach is conceptual as well as pragmatic. His work has authenticity and soul. In a demanding industry Grant always remains good humoured, approachable and down to earth. From a Saturday job at the Conran Shop, while at Central St. Martins Art School, Grant has gone on to secure his reputation as an art director, designer and retail expert. After starting his own practice he helped establish Issey Miyake’s reputation in Britain and spent two years styling the band New Order. He later curated the exhibition programme at Egg, the independent London store, enhancing its international standing for clothing and craft. His Portraits of Adventure exhibition for Land-Rover broke all attendance records at London’s Royal Geographical Society as did his exhibition, War Games, for the Museum of Childhood. Grant and his clients form long-term creative partnerships. For over fifteen years he has been responsible for Margaret Howell’s runway shows and her influential in-store British design exhibitions. He has been a creative consultant for Bamford and Daylesford Organic for over ten years and a design consultant to John Lewis Department Stores for seven.



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Grant has been a visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art and a mentor for new businesses at the Centre of Fashion Enterprise.


For each project Boston Studio brings together a group of creatives led by Head of Design David Cuesta. David has practised graphic design professionally for over 15 years. He was a founding member of Boston Studio and before that had worked in many design practices both in Canada and the UK. He began his career in Vancouver at Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design before moving to England to study at Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication. Consultancies in London have seen him work on projects for Coca Cola, Diageo, Sony, Vodafone, and Disney. David believes in an explorative and research based design process. His areas of expertise are typography, visual communication, and technical design production. At Boston David focuses on developing design direction and managing the creative team, ensuring projects are completed on time and to an exacting standard.



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