Welcome to our studio.

We create art and design that communicates brands culture. Brands like Adidas, Tottenham Hotspur and Redbull.


Borderlands is the multi award winning game franchise from 2K Games. For the launch of the much anticipated third game in the series 2K Games wanted to make a lasting impact.

Bean in collaboration with Loading Bar conceptualised painting the cover artwork onto the side of the gaming bar, creating a lasting advert with direct contact to 2K Games target audience.


White Hart Lane is the home of Tottenham Hotspur football club. With its new £400 million development Spurs needed a modern way to engage with the community.

Bean was commissioned to create an artwork that reflected Tottenham’s community. Led by local artist Agwa our concept was to focus on the relationship of Work, Love and Play in Tottenham.


Liquorette is an American bar from Avroko Group. Inspired by the Bodegas, Superettes and liquor stores lining the Californian Coast their challenge was bringing this successful concept to the streets of Soho.

Our approach was to develop a large external artwork with a figurative focus that took influence from California’s Bodegas. We used a warm pallet that gave the artwork a retro feel, which reflected the internal environment of the bar.


ROWBOTS is a gym that promises a workout for the body and mind. Their team of experts consisting of Olympic gold medalists, globally recognised athletes and physical and mental health professional, are disrupting the world of fitness and health. With such a unique outlook they needed an eye catching artwork to amplify their flagship gym in Soho. The artwork needed to epitomise the power and grace that their brand represents.


Ali Baba’s aim was to connect with a new European audience to promote Singles Day, the world’s highest grossing ecommerce shopping holiday.

Ali Baba wanted a dynamic, digitally exciting advert, cemented in London’s East End culture.

Bean, working collaboratively with film agency UNIT 9, produced a hand painted piece of street art that would act as a backdrop to the video advert.


Adidas wanted to launch their new EQT range in a way that would really connect with their audience.

They needed a way to communicate the shoe’s street sport origin at scale, whilst visually enhancing the event space in a dynamic and engaging way.

Working collaboratively with Global Street Art, Bean’s answer was to design and paint an artist rendition of the shoe live at the event, producing a painted creative expression of this classic.