Reinforcing their commitment to the world wide web, Stylorouge launch their first website, obliquely titled Perestroika.
Time Out reviewed the site, calling it "a visual and interactive delight… corporate dinosaurs who throw up websites just to keep up with the cyber-joneses should make their designers study this cutting-edge effort" Pushing the boat out as much as they could was a fine way to demonstrate what was now possible, and indeed crucial, in this area of communication. Video work in 1996 included a promo and TV commercial shot in Venice for Vangelis, Awards presentation screen graphics for the Muzik magazine Awards, and a TV spot for Kula Shaker's debut album K, for which they also designed the sleeve. EMI shipped Stylorouge's creative director off to New Zealand in the company of music biz photographer Andy Earl to shoot publicity pictures for the forthcoming Best Of collection for Crowded House. It was to be the band's final round of promotional duties before calling it a day to concentrate on
various solo projects. The second hand super 8 camera that O'Connor carried with him
provided the home movie material with which Sylorouge fashioned a video clip for the new band's new single Everything Is Good For You.
Food Records introduced them to Octopus, and Raw Stylus, Mundy and Baby Chaos all got the Stylorouge record sleeve treatment. Building on their working relationship with Sarah Brightman, Simon Fowler was commissioned to shoot the cover of her album Fly, and he also took the shots for the eccentric album package for Prozaic, by UK rockers Honeycrack. Film campaigns followed Trainspotting, most notably the look-a-like movie based in Wales, Twin Town. Almo Sounds became a regular client of T&CP's. Nilon Bombers singles Superstar and I'm Not Built For This made fans of Mark Higenbottam as he saw them live on many occasions in the line of duty.