In 1973, the same year Britain joined the European Economic Community, my late Italian father and my English mother opened a restaurant in Bristol called L'eurocrat. The restaurant offered, "An opportunity to share the gastronomic delights of Europe". It was a brave and forward thinking move on their part, mirrored by their own continental union and driven by a desire to a entice a British public trepidatious about the EU and European culture. We may have now left the EU but I christened my studio Eurographics to honour my father, his creativity and his vision with L'eurocrat.
Alongside myself, Eurographics Studio brings together a small collective of likeminded individuals in Wiltshire, each with their own dedicated set of skills. The team are experienced in working on a wide range of projects, from small art working jobs to larger projects encompassing digital, print and branding. We eagerly look forward to helping you with your next project, however big or small.
Tim, Founder & Creative Director