For Guthrie & Ghani's first Christmas as a bricks and mortar store we've made them a nice'n'simple campaign; a jolly, colourful Christmas tree graphic – made from G&G's triangular bunting – is used alongside the line "Let's make Christmas".
(P.S. We have it on good authority that BBC2's Great British Sewing Bee finalists, one of whom is G&G's Lauren, will be featuring in a one-off Christmas special, so keep an eye on your telebox over the festive season.)
Every two years our fair city plays host to IDFB – International Dance Festival Birmingham – one of the largest dance festivals in the world. Ahead of the 2014 festival, we've designed and built a brand new IDFB website.
The big change is that the site now has two modes. During the festival, the site'll primarily be a What's On guide, with calendar of events and promotion of individual shows, while the new 'non-festival mode' allows the site to work as both an archive of previous festivals and an advocacy tool for the festival in general. Flexible!
Have a look: idfb.co.uk
Having re-branded them earlier this year, we've worked with Arena Theatre again – this time on their spring 2014 season brochure.
It's light, bright and bursting with stuff to see and do; currently on the presses, look out for the new brochure out-and-about very soon. (It's unmissably yellow, with a great cover image of 'The Anatomy of Melancholy' by Stan's Cafe.)
One week today, the great and the good of the events and live marketing industry will gather at the London Hilton Park Lane for the annual Eventia Awards.
This year we've given the awards a look inspired by 1950s/60s illustrated film posters and titles. Think James Bond meets the cast of Mad Men at a swish cocktail party organised by some Hitchcock characters. With prize-giving.