We made it into THE ANNUAL
It’s a proud week for The Allotment, our brand identity for Give London has made it into the 2016 Creative Review Annual. The Creative Review Annual is the creative sectors primary publication and features the very best work from the last 12 months, so to be selected from the thousands of entries is a real achievement.
Give London is an initiative of the charity, The London Community Foundation. The Foundation has given nearly £50 million in funding to more than 9,000 charitable projects since it began in 1995. In 2014, through £5.2 million of funding, it made over 1,050 grants that touched the lives of thousands of Londoners. Give London is a simple way for people to donate to the less fortunate in the Capital of the UK. It targets local charities that are often over-looked but nevertheless have a significant role in changing lives for the better.
Our identity used a geo-location device to illustrate how the charity connects Londoner’s to those people most in need. The geo-location device comes to life on digital assets, with an engaging, pulsating logo. It’s best viewed at givelondon.org.uk
To see the Give London, please click here.
Thank-you to our client London Community Foundation for the fantastic opportunity and to Jon Angerson, Neil Baker and Harmony Park for all your help.
Last month, we were delighted to win not once, but twice at the Employer Brand Management Awards (EBMA) for our work with Lucite International.
Our work with Lucite International overcame competition from The British Army, Transport for London (TFL) and Heathrow to win Gold for best short-term campaign alongside McDonalds which, given the competition, was an outstanding achievement and we’re absolutely delighted for our client Lucite International.
To top it off, our engagement campaign for Lucite International won Overall Best Creative Execution of the Employer Brand for the entire EBMA’s.
The Employer Brand Management Awards exist as the true benchmark of the employer brand management process. Recognising the best work by internal communicators, HR teams, corporate leaders and recruiters in developing, implementing and evaluating successful employer brand strategies, it acknowledges the amount of effort required to create a strong employer brand.
To see the case study, please click here.
We were delighted and humbled to win 2 Golds at the 2016 Roses Awards for our work with Lucite International. The Roses Creative Awards recognise the very best creative work in the UK by agencies and clients.
The Golds were awarded for Use of Illustration and Best Art Direction in the Craft Category against stiff competition, including the likes of Umbro, Clarks and Gill Marine.
It’s particularly rewarding to win in the Craft Category- it provides recognition for the passionate attention to detail that we bring to all our work.
As always, a huge thank-you to our collaborators: Geoff Appleton (Illustration), Mike Feather and Andy Grimshaw (Photography) and Weareseventeen (animation).
To see the full Lucite International case study, click here.