Brief

James Pyott’s brief for this mural for Tony Stone Images’ reception was a double-edged sword. ‘The building has sub-tenants, so I didn’t want to make it too strongly Tony Stone branded, it had to work in two ways,’ he explains from a mobile in Portugal. To those in the know, the mural is obviously connected to the photolibrary’s logo, but it won’t intimidate those who aren’t. Other ‘bits and bobs’ are going into the reception ready for completion next week.

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