Marks and Spencer approached us looking to create a themed window display and supporting instore visual merchandising for the Chelsea Flower Show. The campaign would be live in 5 M&S stores in the area surrounding this popular event.
Award winning property developer Purelake, turned to us looking to bring their ideas for an exterior hoarding, signage and marketing suite to life. The construction site ‘Greatness Mill’ in Sevenoaks, Kent would see the development of 1-2 bedroom apartments and 3-bedroom family homes. Paramount to Purelake’s brief was consistency, quality and value.
Topics: Out of home
With Leicester City FC the surprise package of the English Premier League Football Season 2015/16, Paddy Power were keen to deliver a live experiential marketing campaign that would celebrate the team’s title win and celebrate members of the public who were fortunate enough win big by betting on the winning team at the start of the season.
Media agency Talon approached us looking to install large format window graphics at Benetton’s flagship store in London’s busy Regent Street.
Datapath is a leader in the video market, providing video capture cards, graphics cards and other forms of digital solutions for video walls.
Talon approached us looking to create visual impact in the centre of Soho, by wrapping an iconic building with large format window vinyl and displaying digital screens. The campaign was to be installed for 1 week to promote Porsche’s new electric high performance cars.
We were tasked by Benefit to find an interesting way for consumers to sample their flagship ‘POREfessional Primer’ in order to engage passing shoppers, collect their contact data and drive them into the store whilst delivering messages about the product onto the social sphere.
Pioneer beauty brand, Sleek MakeUP were looking to raise their profile within the industry and build awareness of their products at multiple beauty exhibitions including London Fashion Week and Health & Beauty.
Paddy Power approached us looking to create some theatre around their stores for the 2017 Grand National; a huge annual betting event with an estimated 1⁄4 of the UK population chancing their luck and placing a bet. This popular event takes place over 3 days and is attended by over 150,000 racegoers and watched live on television and online by millions.
WHSmith wanted to give the airside stores a new, more modern look and feel and make it more appealing to the public. This was a bespoke, completely fresh layout.
Being a new store format for airside stores, it was vital that all parts of the project were managed with military precision, whilst needing to provide the highest quality of print and customer service but mindful of budget constraints.