Category: Experiential

  • The art of exploiting a craze in a sustainable way.

      As I am sure you are already aware, today is World Cat day.  This is, of course, great news for feline fanatics…but apparently, it will be just as well received by those in advertising.     Ad agency John st. in particular has creatively ventured into this area to promote their business. In November…

  • Building the brand magic. Oreo’s Daily Twist, a memorable oreo take on something that happens each day.

    The launch of the ‘Daily Twist’ website by Oreo demonstrates perfectly how to engage your target market through simplicity and fun.  This playful concept calender represents each day of the year with an Oreo sculpted to show a significant event associated with that particular day.     As a single use site the main focus…

  • Brand led design brings a school to life with Google Maps style ‘pointer’ signage

    We developed a brand hierarchy for a college in Nottingham, and bought it to life in a radical signage concept inspired by Google maps.     A college in Nottingham renowned for both its academic performance and adoption of the latest teaching tools approached us with a problem. Their school had outgrown its buildings several…

  • Umbrella installation makes for a super-cool high street

    A sky of suspended multi coloured umbrellas is floating above the town of Águeda, in Portugal. How else would you shade a beautiful little town from the summer Sun?     As well as bringing the sky to life, the public art installation makes for a very funky atmosphere down the street, casting it’s unusual…

  • Global competition means selling your services is more important than ever.

    It’s time businesses acknowledge their margins depend not on product markup, but on the service that products come wrapped in. From  a helpful sales assistant to ultra-fast delivery options, it’s these value-add features that now influence customer’s decisions on who to buy from.   If you’re business has been growing for some time, the chances…

  • Launching our brand new internships. Two weeks of experience you’ll never forget.

    We’ve launched our new internship programme. Available all year round, our doors are now open to aspiring designers and marketeers alike, for two week placements.     If you’re looking for a big agency name to give your CV an ego, look elsewhere. But if you’re ready to roll up your sleeves and embark on…

  • Excited to be doing the invitations for #Olympic street party in #Easton Give us a shout if you want to join, we’ll make sure you get one :)

  • Lynx Anarchy; a heady mix of lust and creativity sends an invisible ad viral

    A principle of most marketing plans is to speak to as many people as possible – it’s called broadcast marketing, and it’s great for brand building.   To launch their new range of his and her’s deodorant, Lynx embraced viral in it’s truest sense. They installed an invisible ad, in a house in Australia, and…

  • Juicy Couture is a contemporary casual wear and dressy apparels seller, engaging with consumers and considering touchpoints at the point of purchase.

    In a retail environment flooded with competition and only a fancier bottle design and some wild creative or eye catching advertising to stand out with, getting customers to test perfumes and experience the product takes them further along the decision journey closer to a point of purchase.   Their single tester card is designed to…

  • Lots to do, debating how to change our studio this weekend… White & Yellow theme, looking for ideas? #design

  • We create brand assets and packaging to break into the major supermarkets.

    Taking the leap into the national arena, a Scottish company with two high quality homemade products approached us to develop their identity and packaging. They have been awarded a contract to provide two new lines to the major supermarkets; fresh jam, and fresh soup. We developed two primary brand assets to balance the creative- presenting…

  • Check out these concrete business cards: http://t.co/qPuM3rAw The stack photo’s our favourite – so tactile!