Welcome to the Arch Creative Spring Update! It’s been a busy start to the year, as our late-2017 rebrand has fueled new business enquiries and helped us to win more business.
Of course, we can’t include all of our projects here but – as an Easter treat – here’s a taster of what we’ve been up to recently.
Have a happy Easter and we’ll be back in touch with you after the break.
Our work with the UK’s largest independent dairy will be the feature of an upcoming blog. We won a pitch competing against three other agencies to secure this contract, which is a great success for our team.
We’ve been getting our hands dirty on farms all over the country in order to develop three company videos and a brand new website which will be going live in April.
Watch this space for more info!
Our work with the world’s largest contract foodservice company continues with a host of Summer flyers being created for various Compass Group venues around the UK including Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol Zoo Gardens and M Shed.
Some of the designs use unconventional folds, die-cuts and special finishes to make them stand out from the crowd in a highly competitive marketplace.
If you think Christmas comes early, then spare a thought for design agencies – we’ve been working on lots of Christmas promotions for Compass Group and many of our other clients since just after new year. Fortunately, the recent Spring snowfall has helped us get into the festive spirit!
Our long-term client Emma Brown Hair has recently opened an onsite barbers. With treatments including hot towel shaves, razor neck shaves and hot steam facials, the newly renovated barbers delivers a luxury experience for the discerning gentlemen, by appointment only.
We’ve been working alongside Manager Dennis Carrick, who takes the reins as Head Barber, developing the branding, signage and marketing collateral.
We wish them the best of luck with their new venture which is already gaining a great reputation.
We’ve been working alongside British Wheelchair Basketball for a few months, creating graphics and animations to promote their Junior League and Skills Camp initiatives.
Our animated ident shown here uses a 3D rendered technique of the branding we created for SkillsCamp, using a neon signage style.
A British multinational, Centrica is the largest supplier of gas to customers in the UK. We recently designed and printed a road map style yearly planner for the team to use for internal engagement.
We illustrated a street scene of shops, each one reflecting an SME that Centrica supplies energy to, and each representing a calendar month. This fun planner is huge, coming in at 15 feet wide and stretching across a whole wall of the office. The planner also incorporates cut-out clouds featuring company objectives, enabling the design to be both interactive and engaging.
Alongside our ongoing work with Cambridge & Counties Bank, we’ve recently created a series of nine interview-style videos covering subjects including gender diversity. One of the videos featuring CEO Mike Kirsopp, which you can see here, outlines the bank’s recent annual report.
We’ve also designed the printed version of the annual report, together with some graphics for social media. Cambridge & Counties Bank have had a great year, with Deposit and Lending levels reaching an all-time high.
Arch stalwart Steamin’ Billy recently held their inaugural awards – celebrating the people and pubs that make the company a great local brand. We designed the Billy awards – a take on the Oscars statue, only with a pooch instead of a person.
We were in attendance at the event as well – a black-tie party at the Parcel Yard pub. Needless to say, a good time was had by all!