Schools, both independent and state, are having to think more creatively about their branding and marketing communications. Senior leadership are of course conscious of new admissions and retaining pupils – these will alway be important objectives. Increasingly though we have been involved in designing pieces for schools that don't fall directly inline with more traditional promotional comms such as prospectuses. One of... Continue Reading →
Edie Brett and Felix Renicks have developed the Visit Bruton website. A great site concentrating on food, countryside, culture and resting in and around the Bruton area. Worth looking at if your planning a visit to the South Somerset – visitbruton.com
An early sketch of the last phase of the logo marque development, part of the branding project we undertook for Altus Ltd, based in Bath. Teasing out the nuances of an organisation and boiling them back to a collection of marks which capture the essence are at the nub of what we do. A logo marque... Continue Reading →
This month sees the launch of the new Monkton Combe School advertising campaign Ice House Design have created. School advertising historically has largely tended to be a few smiling, attractive kids depicted in pleasant surroundings. Okay, but when ads need cut through and show the individuality of the institution (which they should), a more creative approach should be taken. The proposition... Continue Reading →
Delivered this morning the new Altus business cards for the group. 700gsm, duplexed, uncoated, debossed and foiled. Understated, elegant and really rather nice.
"...to fall in love with the business again". What could be nicer than making a client this happy? When Jon came to us asking for a new identity for his Bath piano shop we couldn't resist giving him ideas for the exterior and interior of his showroom too. Some simple suggestions have made a significant... Continue Reading →
This week we've been appointed to work with the world famous Bath Abbey on their interpretation project. The Abbey is one of the most popular places in the South West with over 350,000 visitors per year. Clearly, the Abbey is most importantly a church and a place of worship. Our task is to achieve the... Continue Reading →