POP celebrates 11 years in business
This December POP officially turned 11-years old, launching the same year as the first iPhone, the year young people (questionably) wore scarves with T-shirts and the year Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II pipped Queen Victoria to become the oldest ever monarch.
Many things have changed since 2007, however, the one thing we are always grateful for is the trust and support of our clients and suppliers; so a sincere thank you, we hope to still be working together in another 11 years.
As Massimo Vignelli said: “If you do it right, it will last forever”.
In the constantly evolving, sometimes faddish world of design, we are proud of the fact that the work above are still looks great today, despite some of it being a decade old.
We attribute the longevity of our work to our thorough approach and our aim to create work that is timeless, especially when it comes to identity. As Massimo Vignelli said: “If you do it right, it will last forever”.
What else happened in 2007?
- Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs announced the first iPhone, saving us all from a future of dull PDAs with little pointy sticks
- Author J. K. Rowling finished the 7th and final Harry Potter novel, ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’, in room 552 of the
- Nancy Pelosi was elected as the first female Speaker of the House in US history
- Bulgaria and Romania officially joined the European Union
- Blogging website Tumblr was founded by David Karp in New York
- Coen brothers film ‘No Country for Old Men’ premiered at the Cannes Film Festival
- Actress Helen Mirren won a Golden Globe for her role in The Queen
- Veteran singer Rod Stewart married Penny Lancaster
- Rihanna released her hit single ‘Umbrella’, it stayed for 7 weeks at No.1 on US Billboard Hot 100
- Robbie Power riding Silver Birch won the 160th Grand National
- Nicolas Sarkozy became the 23rd President of France
- Cutty Sark, the last surviving tea clipper, was badly damaged by fire
- Smoking was banned from public places in the UK
- The first large scale exhibition of seminal Mexican artist Frida Kahlo’s work in Mexico opened on the 100th anniversary of her birth
- Gordon Brown became UK Prime Minister
- The hashtag was invented and first used in a tweet by US product designer Chris Messina as a way of grouping information about a particular topic
- AOL, once the largest internet service provider in the US, officially announced plans to refocus the company as an advertising business
- Jason Lewis completed the first human-powered circumnavigation of the globe