Primark Workout 2015

Jan 2015

It's that time of year again! We hope you are all ready to blast the excesses of the festive season into oblivion, if not here's a little inspiration... The 2015 Primark Workout campaign. Shot with the beautiful city of London as it’s landscape the campaign shows not only the practicality of the range but also the fashionability and value for money. By using specialist sport models this years campaign is sure to engage and inspire not only the people that already exercise, but new audiences ready to start a new challenge. Jog in to a Primark near you for your New Year Workout wear!

The One Off Wrapping Paper

Dec 2014

This Christmas, instead of sending a card, we produced bespoke wrapping paper to send to our clients and friends. The four designs vary from Christmas dinner swatches to Santa's route map – with every discipline represented and involved, it’s been a real team effort to help with that last minute wrapping panic!

UGG Christmas Creative

Dec 2014

The brief was to develop Christmas creative for UGG to sit within Schuh windows, with all departments getting involved this required 2D, 3D and Motion Graphic executions, each needing to have synergy with the other to create a complete campaign across every site.

SAMSUNG: CHRISTMAS 2014

Nov 2014

Samsung Christmas has officially launched! Our team worked extremely hard through the night to transform the Brand Store into a magical Christmas Eve scene. Using intricate animations, beautiful 3D elements and stunning graphics. We created a world of wonder to position the Samsung’s flagship store as the ultimate gifting destination this Christmas.

CALKE ABBEY: CATERING EXPANSION

Nov 2014

As part of their catering expansion, Calke Abbey approached us to design their new café. Working alongside National Trust appointed architects we created a unique experience with bespoke unitary, engaging graphics and props from the estate. The materials and colour palette used help to reinforce the Calke Abbey brand and explain the dramatic history of this National Trust property.