Taking Wheelchair Rugby League to the streets!
For the first annual Four Nations Wheelchair Rugby League tournament, we were asked to create an impactful brand and campaign to introduce and advertise the event.
We created a campaign which utilised everything from traditional flyers and posters to guerilla pavement stencils and window vinyls. Alongside this, a competition was run across social media to win tickets by finding and photographing our pavement stencils.
For the event itself, the brand and artwork was carried on across court hoardings and backdrops.
Qbase are data specialists that excel in solving difficult problems for non-profit organisations, government departments and healthcare companies. Their annual Charity Industry Forum, Tribes, aims to solve the problem of how charities can raise money in a crowded sector and build awareness of their of the organisations as innovators.
The event is developed specifically to assist charities in gaining a better understanding of their markets whilst also providing a platform for leaders in charity fundraising to come together and discuss best practice.
Photolink are a creative content agency based in Manchester, which is one fifth of a group of companies, spread across three countries. The company was being rebranded as ‘Seventy7’ in 2017, and so wanted an animation to use at their launch event to introduce the new brand.
We designed an animation which tied into the new branding, creating icons that reflected the fun but professional attitude that they wanted to portray. Using a fast-paced, fluid style of motion graphics, the frames flow from one to another, using lines to take the viewer on a journey. This was also an opportunity to tell the story of the company and their ethos, to showcase their work and eventually to reveal the brand new logo and name.