We’ve won an award! And it’s one we didn’t have to pay money to enter. Brilliant!
The films aim to make people aware of how challenging the role of a police officer is in Scotland. Leading up the the Scottish referendum it is even more important to try and make sure that police services are not lost in any budget cuts.
Our role was to help Tinker Taylor distribute the films across a series of party conferences.
We did this by creating a set of brand guidelines for the SPF which could be applied across print and web. We then designed press adverts, leaflets and some exhibition stands. One of the stands was a modular stand, which could be used in 4 different formations to fit in the different spaces booked at the conferences…
It was important that the stand was eye catching, yet didn’t detract from the main event, the films. The system was one we sourced from Open Exhibitions. A really solid, stand which slotted together really easily.
We then created some pop up stands for the conference fringe events…
These stands are fantastic value, again easy to install and very very portable.
Read the testimonial from Tinker Taylor here.
View the fantastic films that Tinker Taylor created here: http://www.itswhatwedo.org.uk
An unremarkable man. That is how Jonathan Ives is described in this Time Magazine Interview.
Like all graphic designers (well most) I am pretty much obsessed with Apple products, so it is great to read this interview from Apple designer, Jonathan Ives.
Most of my working week I am surrounded by computers and computer graphics. Which is fine, it’s what I do, but when I see illustration that is truly skilful I have to share it.
This website by Morgan Davidson has the most amazing pencil illustrations. And she is only 21!