Fuel are Damon Murray and Stephen Sorrell, a graphic and editorial design company, born in 1991 with a contemporary approach to art, specialising in design, production of catalogs and monographs. Establishing close relationships and collaborating with artists, galleries and publishers, Fuel design, production and publication of books from Spitalfields Studios.
Since its inception, they have produced their work beyond the area of commercial design. Their ideas began to take shape with Fuel Magazine (1991-1994 ), which founded the initial output for their ideas to see the light . The magazine posed a vehicle to express themselves in content and form, a means to reach a wider audience, not only within the graphic design. The magazine would later (Stand-Clibborn Editions, 1996) realize their expansion which focused on a wider format. This was followed by FUEL 3000 (Laurence King, 2000).
Their work does not end there since they have produced and directed short films, movie and TV commercials, which highlight their work as personally engaging and stimulating in the area of graphic design.
Over the years, this study, which already has a long professional backing, keeps intact its founding ambitions; work by and for themselves without becoming a design agency, relying on alternative methods of design work that do away with preconceived structures of large groups, and working in the same studio where they were born, with the only change being evolving with technological changes that have taken place over the years.
Two creative minds have spent more than 20 years working as a single entity, keeping their network intact from the beginning, and working with four hands but with a unique signature.