Recent Work and Articles

Nelson festival gets jazzed-up

When Frances McElhinney from Nelson School of Music approached us about doing the Nelson Jazz and Blues Festival artwork last year, we jumped on it like a boy on a bouncy castle. We have been designing artwork for local festivals for more than twenty years, and our experience coupled with our enthusiasm was well received […]

I grew my business without advertising

I was at a business lunch yesterday listening to a talk from a local businessman who is doing a great job. He gave an enjoyable ‘off the cuff’ talk, but there was one thing that irked me. ‘I grew my business without doing any advertising’ he said, and then went on to drop two or […]

A resounding slap of creativity

While a slap across the face is provocative, we actually used projection for a less stinging affect, but still got a lot of attention. Something bright and bold was needed to kick start the 2014 Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) Creative Industries recruitment drive. The concept recognised that while many people know they have […]

Interior design and external signage (Intepeople Part 3)

After rebranding Intepeople and creating a range of promotional items, we looked at Intepeople’s interior design and signage. As Intepeople moved into a new building as part of their rebrand,  we had the unique opportunity to incorporate the new branding into the interior design. 3D model of the new office Because the building was still […]

Rolling out the rebrand (Intepeople Part 2)

After developing the new name and logo for Intepeople we went on to develop a creative identity for  their brochures, advertising and other materials. The process included the collation of mood boards: a collection of images that help to articulate the creative direction. Mood boards used articulate creative identity. From this a range of promotional […]