A high-end report for Kelloggs exposing Europe’s Hidden food divide this brochure features emotional photography and is bursting full of facts and figures from across Europe.
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A beautifully designed brochure for international package experts Maxpack. Created in collaboration with planet Amazing this brochure features beautiful photography and a clean and concise layout, easily digestible fro all of Maxpack’s clients.
The Tribe apartments brochure was created to look like a vinyl record to resonate with the vintage-loving target audience and tap into our Manchester music theme.
Working on behalf of Great places Housing Group and collaborating with Andy at Planet Amazing, we designed the Inspiral Annual report to showcase the work done by Great Places, Oldham council, and Wates on the Oldham PFI project.
Featuring and eye catching cover design signifying multiple companies working together this brochure really captures the imagination using info graphics and professional photography.
Featuring a bold striking cover and eye catching infographics throughout the design captures the amazing work done by the group throughout the last year.
Inspired Living is a quarterly magazine for residents of the Oldham PFI project. With a print run over over 600 this magazine features a friendly, easy to read design with heavy use of bright engaging photography to grab the attention of the mixed audience.
Created for an internal Sky audience of over 3000 people across 4 Sky sites Sky Dream was designed to capture the excitement of working for on the country biggest media companies, BSkyB.
Featuring articles on charity work, staff rewards and celebrity visits from the likes of Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy, TV funnyman Karl Pilkington, radio DJ Chris Moyles and Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt the magazine was a raving success.