My Granddad brought his family to Brighton on summer day trips, to escape a drab post-war London. He found utopia in a pot of cockles, a deck chair and a bottle of light ale. I found a utopia of my own in a city with broad horizons, which is what inspired me to set up a studio here in 2010.
Having gained a wealth of experience in agency-land, we pull on this knowledge to offer creative solutions across a variety of brand challenges. We believe in simple, direct communication and apply this to print, screen and environmental design.
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Rizla had always had a legacy of being creative and pushing boundaries. But at that point in time they had a disparate collection of activities and a lackluster strap line. The brief was to create an own-able creative territory that could be toured around the summer’s festival circuit re-engaging a new, dynamic audience with the brand.
We discovered that in the 1920s, Rizla had toured a van around the country with a musical troupe called the Invisible Players. Our solution was to revive the Invisible Players concept and give it a contemporary twist, upping the decibels to cater for today’s festival crowds. The visual identity would reference elements of the original 1920’s visual style brought to life through a contemporary context. The Invisible Players program ran for 3 successful years. Throughout this period we evolved the identity updating and refreshing the look and feel from one year to the next.