Wheadon’s Gin

Wheadon’s Gin is a handcrafted work of art distilled in very small batches using traditional copper alembic stills (hence the copper foil in the labels). It is infused with locally foraged and sourced [...]


Innovest – Investing in change

It’s always an enjoyable process designing brands for companies with truly inspirational offerings and Innovest Advisory is definitely one such company. Founded and managed by Justin Sykes iA is [...]


Work yourself fit

Here’s a few ads we did for The States of Guernsey to help inform the public and employers of the health benefits of having a happy and well nurtured workforce along with some changes in legislation [...]


Alias – Well Crafted

“Would you come out to Switzerland and taste lots of beer then work on the design and brand for my new craft beer?” “Nah, we’re really busy at the moment” The actual answer was yes. (whilst [...]


I Start

Every now and again work we produce doesn’t get the chance to see the light of day, so we thought we would show you one we are very proud of. I-Start was a brand identity as part of a local organisation [...]

Park - where's your Happy Place? x

Work Happy :)

A new and Happy campaign for Park in Jersey. Where’s your happy place? More roll out work to come soon!

Welcome to The Potting Shed 

We’re an award-winning full service agency who believe in the craft of design and its ability to elevate messages. Everything we strive to produce stems from the balanced belief of creativity and practicality in equal measures. It’s about looking at things differently and finding “a better way” – about adding value to our clients businesses. Creating this edge keeps us (and our clients) coming back for more. Anyway, enough talk here’s some recent work from our portfolio…

oh & don’t forget our microblog


Glimpse of Guernsey Summer

Between rain and fog banks it actually feels like summer today. Here’s the view from the Castle Cornet breakwater in 360. Posted by G.

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Rubbish Design.

We’re a great fan of theirs – Kessels Kramer …especially when their work is rubbish.


La Hougue Bie as never seen before

As anyone who has been will know, the passage grave at La Hougue Bie in Jersey is all but pitch black. In getting to grips with our new gadget and testing low light scenarios I reverted to manual bracketing [...]

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