Cape Farewell have worked closely with independent creative company Bullet Creative since 2004. They designed the website, book, CD, DVD and most recently worked with Cape Farewell to develop the multi-media installations on display at the Southbank Centre and Eden Project during the 2007 expeditions.
Bullet is currently undertaking a Slow Art Residency as part of the Cape Farewell | Eden Project collaboration.
In 2005 the Cape Farewell website was selected to represent the UK in the "e-Science" category of the UN World Summit on the Information Society Awards. Up against 168 countries it went on to be one of 5 international e-Science winners. In 2006 the website also received an Official Honoree distinction at the 10th Annual Webby Awards.
Bullet are a small London based creative company who have been working together since 2001. They have extensive experience in all media, from print and identity to interactive, web and DVD, including monthly magazines aimed at niche markets and online applications. They've designed websites for a wide range of artists and organisations including Siobhan Davies Dance, Jeremy Deller's Bat House Project and Arts Council England.
"We have a passion for art, dance, architecture, environment, skate and snowboard related subjects. We like what we do and we love doing it; and it’s even better when it is a subject that we care about."
Marije de Haas
Joined Cape Farewell on the 2009 Andes expedition. Designed the Cape Farewell book, banners and more. Likes to go to typography pub-quizzes. Now ex-Bullet, Marije established Floda31 with Rich Holland in 2010.
Designed the Cape Farewell website, exhibits with Cape Farewell and co-curated the Whitechapel Late Night Friday. Joined Cape Farewell on the 2004, 2007 and Disko Bay expeditions. Wasted her 1st class (Hons) Arts Degree by picking up a spray can, her art is now exhibited internationally.
Created the Arctic Gnomes installation at the Eden Project, voyaged to Scotland on the 2013 Northern Isles Expedition and plotted the 2007 voyage in a circle on the blog map. The geek, Gorm has a lot of metal in his body and runs online magazine Tweakerzine.
Designed banners that toured with the Moduler Outdoor Exhibition. One of the founders of The Side Effects of Urethane collective. Owns a vast collection of tools. Now ex-Bullet, Rich established Floda31 with Marije de Haas in 2010.
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Designed the first version of the interactive flash on the Cape Farewell website. Ex-Bullet now pursuing his photography, Nathan joined the 2008 expedition as onboard photographer.