We are

Supanaught

. We proudly work across all facets of visual communication, delivering full concept projects spanning brand consultation, art direction, design for print, and digital design and development.

Our principles are simple but central; we work hard and we work meticulously on projects and with clients who mirror our enthusiasm, and whose creative output has the power to inspire, excite and challenge.

About Us


Supanaught was founded in 2006 by Simon Rhys Canaway. The studio initially took residency in 36 Lime Street later that year (serving as a voluntary director of the company), building a strong and varied client base focused around arts and cultural organisations, practitioners and festivals

Expanding to a second space at BALTIC 39 (previously High Bridge Studios) in Newcastle City Centre in 2011, the company has grown to work with international artists and businesses, whilst nurturing and developing an aesthetic and approach described as ‘design with a fine arts edge’.

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www.creativetimes.co.uk
www.creativetourist.com
www.designanddesign.com
www.itsnicethat.com

Our Clients


artisan
Arts Council England
bait (Creative People & Places)
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
Bridge North East
Bupa Great North Run Culture
Codeworks
Castlefield Gallery
Designed & Made
Flow
FutureEverything
Grand Scheme
Joseph Hillier
Live at LICA
Locus+
Maldives Whale Shark Research Programme
Modular Projects Ltd
Newcastle University
Nigel Cabourn
North East Photography Network
Northern Film & Media
Paul Merrick
Pixel Palace
PressPlay Film Festival
rednile Projects
Studio SP Architects
The Biscuit Factory
The Sage Gateshead
Turning Point North East
Tyne & Wear Museums
Tyneside Cinema
Visual Arts in Rural Communities
Wunderbar

Contact Us


If you have an enquiry or would like to arrange a meeting to discuss a project we can help you with, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line:

Supanaught

BALTIC 39
39 High Bridge
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 1EW

+44 (0) 191 232 0386
hello@supanaught.com

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