Plantlife is a British wild flower conservation charity. With over 11,000 members and supporters and HRH The Prince of Wales as their Patron, the annual production of a calendar is a regular form of endorsing their work and promoting their cause.
Fox was asked to design the organisation's 25th anniversary calendar in 2016, to publicise the results of a nationwide competition to find the UKs favourite wild flower. No surprise, the Bluebell won the vote! Superbly printed by Parklane Press, the calendar was a great success and a colourful and vibrant addition to our portfolio.
Intellectual Property, trademarks, and patents are an important of any product development company. Vectura invited us to produce this simple, user-friendly guide for every member of its staff, to highlight the work of its IP department and explain the various rules and regulations that they should be aware of.
Our brief for this project was to find a creative solution to engage Exxon Mobil staff to provide a simple 'road map' style guide around the company's new intranet system. It was one of our first scribbled ideas and developed into the colourful illustration that we finally we finally presented. They loved the playful approach!
Silcoa is the maintenance division of Selwood Housing. This was a 4-page A5 leaflet handout for the recruitment exhibition that we produced.
This is the sales literature to support the identity that created for this Shaftesbury based beauty salon. It consisted of a reversible format brochure/price list which lists the treatments for both women and men. We also designed and produced promotional gift vouchers, holder and gift bags as a basic range to launch the business.
Newsletters can be quite a challenge as the content usually comes from multiple sources and with different quality images. We then add our creativity and layout skills to produce something to interest and engage the reader from cover to cover. VNews was a quarterly newsletter that was digitally printed, resulting in a vibrant and fun snapshot of company life.
We were invited to design and produce two booklets, an internal policy version and external 'public' document. They both feature a series of photographic portraits of people who work for English Heritage and case studies on a series of important projects throughout the country. The public ‘EH red‘ version was co-ordinated with the BBC's Restoration series where viewers decided on which listed building that was in immediate need of remedial works. The winner was to win a grant from Heritage Lottery Fund.
We’ve produced an extensive range of literature, promotional material and exhibitions for English Heritage over a 10 year period. This is a graphic designer’s dream: working with England’s premier heritage organisation, having access to beautiful photographs, interesting text and the satisfaction of helping to build the brand and find innovative ways to promote and raise public awareness of our historic environment. This shows a small examples of this work.