Category → Cubitts
Tonbridge’s unusual silhouette is inspired by the spectacles of literary giants from the 50s and 60s.
We commissioned Jack James Furniture to create a custom workbench.
An entirely unashamed cat-eye whose smooth curves and sweeping lines seek to elongate every cheekbone they come into contact with.
We talk to the graphic artist, better known as Supermundane.
We explore the indelible footprint it has left on London and the enduring relevance of the Modernist Movement.
To celebrate our fifth birthday, we’ve applied modernist principles to our first and only game, Cubitts Chess.
We made a pair of spectacles that are literally rubbish. Six centuries of rubbish, to be precise.