Starfish was honoured to be asked to produce the design for MetroBus Uk’s Poppy Appeal bus for the Royal British Legion. Working closely with both parties, the final design is simple but striking and we are proud to be part of such an important campaign.
We were delighted to be asked by Gunwharf Quays to design the branding for this year’s Christmas attraction, the Gunwharf Express.
Visitors can board the train at the Victorian Station and enjoy a simulated ride through snow capped mountains to the North Pole where they can then meet Father Christmas, of course!
The sparkling, richly coloured festive logo, featuring the train, has then been rolled out for a comprehensive digital campaign.
It is always exciting when a client says that they would like a suite of merchandise to promote their brand or a new product, or even just for a bit of fun for kids. Whether it be mugs, magnets or masks these items are a fantastic way of engaging your audience or gaining internal buy-in with staff. Over the past few months Starfish have produced several of these corporate give-away packages for a variety of clients from diverse sectors.
For MetroBus UK we created a range of products aimed mostly at the younger audience for their Meerkat Bus which included sticker sheets, badges and cut-out masks. The other collection was covered in the 'summer destination' illustrations which can be seen on their fleet of buses and included mugs, bags, ticket wallets and postcards.
Oxford Biomedica wanted a suite of merchandise designed to promote their new company values to all members of staff. We produced mugs, notebooks, pens and lanyards printed with both their company logo and the new icons which represent each of the values: Have Integrity; Be Inspired and Deliver Innovation.
If you feel you business would benefit from branded merchandise, give us a shout.
A sunny afternoon in Hillplace, Swanmore saw the launch of this year's Hampshire Food Festival.
It was great to see all of our foodie illustrations around the site on pop-up banners, posters and, of course, the programme of events. It was also great to meet a lot of the producers who are participating in the Festival and sample their wares!
Taking place throughout the month of July, the Festival comprises over 60 events hosted and run by Hampshire's finest producers, growers and chefs. On offer this year are: farm visits; vineyard tours; cookery masterclasses; pop-up dinners; tasting events; distillery and brewery tours; artisan markets and more.
Free copies of the Hampshire Food Festival 2018 programme are available to pick up from local retailers, libraries, pubs, restaurants, hotels and Southern Co-op stores.