Two Associates is a company passionate about designing for the publishing industry and working closely with publishers to create book designs that capture the essence of the author’s vision. Our approach is simple yet effective – we collaborate with clients to understand their needs and preferences. With years of experience and extensive knowledge of the publishing industry, we offer custom solutions catering to each project’s unique requirements. We believe in the power of imagination and creativity and bring that spirit to every project we undertake. Whether it’s a small indie publication or a large-scale international project, we apply the same level of attention to detail and dedication to quality.

We work as a team to add diversity of thinking, producing the work in stages. The publisher is always closely involved throughout the entire creative process.

David Eldridge is a book designer who started his career at Penguin Books designing book covers. After leaving to work freelance, his expertise in typography and attention to detail gained recognition from publishing professionals. A designer with a philosophy that centres around creating a visual language that enhances the book’s narrative and themes.

David values collaboration with authors, believing that design should complement their vision while adding his expertise. He has worked on a diverse range of books, including fiction, non-fiction, children’s books, and academic works.

Rachael Heritage Rachael has a background in furniture design, having received her training at the prestigious Royal College of Art. After completing her studies, she moved to Milan to work at the studio of Architect Cini Boeri, where she gained valuable experience and honed her skills as a designer.

Rachael’s furniture designs are a testament to her skill and creativity. Her work showcases a keen eye for detail and a deep understanding of materials, form, and function. From sleek, modern pieces to classic, timeless designs, Rachael’s furniture is both beautiful and functional.

You can seemore of Rachael’s work by looking at this link.

Yoko Yamaguchi decided to follow her passion for graphic design and travel to England to pursue a Master’s degree in the same field. She was determined to learn from graphic designers around the world and gain a global perspective on the industry. 

Upon arriving in England, Yoko was pleasantly surprised by the vibrant cultural scene and the diversity of people she encountered. She found a community of designers who were equally enthusiastic about graphic design and eager to learn from each other. 

During her studies Yoko was exposed to a variety of design techniques and theories that challenged her to think outside the box and push the boundaries of her creativity. 

Despite the challenges that came with studying in a foreign country, Yoko persevered and earned her Master’s degree in graphic communication from LCC.