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  • 23.07.2018

    Dow McCartney

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    We were approached by Dow McCartney to assist them with their brand identity design as they are rapidly increasing their building and construction customer base in the Edinburgh area. We worked closely with them to create an identity that is modern, professional and would differentiate them from their competitors. 

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  • 18.07.2018

    Maggie's Yorkshire

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    We have recently completed a buy a brick website for Maggie's Yorkshire to help them raise the final £300,000 they require for their new Maggie's Centre.  With support from the Yorkshire Evening Post and Kay Mellor as an ambassador we are garnering as much support as possible.  https://www.maggiesyorkshirebuyabrick.com/

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  • 21.06.2018

    Association for Project Safety

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    We were appointed by The Association for Project Safety in November 2017 after a three-way pitch. The first task was to design their membership magazine which was distributed in Spring 2018.  "It’s easy to work with Ken and Andrew. They know their industry and they understand what clients want.

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  • 21.06.2018

    Live Illustration

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    To celebrate 70 years of the NHS we spent two days creating two graphic installations for NHS Scotland.  The canvases were 2.4m x 2m and not knowing what we were going have to illustrate was quite daunting.

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  • 16.03.2018

    Six Degrees

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    We worked with VisitScotland to create a map that  connects each of the Best Actor and Best Actress nominees for the 2018 Oscars with a movie filmed on-location in Scotland – in just six simple steps.

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  • 21.02.2018

    Work at Height

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    Hot off the press is the latest publication we have created for Doosan Babcock.  With Health and Safety in the workplace is of paramount importance the document shows best practice as well as the dangers of working at height. 

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