Wednesday, 31 August 2011

The Royal Yawn

Cameron Catman field has been working on a project based on three of the Yawn team called 'The Royal Yawn'. He has combined the faces of Yawn's William, Charlie and Harry with those of William the conqueror, King Charles and Henry the Eighth. They are not yet finished and need to 'computerised' however i couldnt resist putting them up as they crack me up EVERY time i see them. Good work Catman, attentively attending to the self indulgent wants and needs of of team Yawn.

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Tuesday, 30 August 2011

Update time

Right we are long over due an update. Here is a collection of mixed bits and bobs from across the internet, no links to one another other than we think they are cool. YAWN

Friday, 19 August 2011

Dont make em like the used to

Just came across these examples of wicked retro packaging, seeing them conjured up some pretty strong nostalgic feelings. Have to admit the Playboy chocolate does cause intrigue. Yawn

Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Post Match by James Roper

An exhibition bringing together two of the worlds most popular pastimes . . . football and smoking. Simple but wicked idea. Yawn

Old packaging Type

Here is a collection of old type used in packaging. A really cool mixture of styles, they dont make em like they used to. Yawn

Monday, 15 August 2011


Here a few nice Branding jobs that we have come across during research for our latest project. Especially love the Stack stuff down the bottom

Wednesday, 10 August 2011


Still at school Catman is streaks ahead of his peers, creating some wicked illustrations and developing a really interesting style. Check his blog at for some visual stimulation. We are in the process of doing some work with him... watch this space...YAWN

Monday, 8 August 2011


Here is a little taster of work from a cool illustration and design collective based in Valencia. Yawn are hoping to do a bit of collaborative work with them so hope you enjoy.

Monday, 1 August 2011


Last time we featured Jeremyville i mistakenly said he was a 'Crazy Frenchman'. Since then i have watched a few interviews with him and now i must correct myself and state that he is in fact a crazy Australian... anyway French or Australian, a couple of things a certain of Jeremyville; firstly he is crazy and secondly Yawn love his illustrations. His style is refreshingly different and his imagination seems to be bizarre in the best possible sense of the word producing really cool characters and scenes. Yawn