In the veterinary world, the term 'exotic' covers everything from rabbits, tortoises and guinea pigs to chinchillas, reptiles and birds. Like any pet, these exotic creatures can't tell their owners what is wrong with them, so it's down to the skill of the vet to diagnose and treat appropriately.
This successful piece of direct mail for our client Dechra was designed to remind vets about the benefits of their Oxbow range, and to invite them to send for a free sample of the product.
CPAT are one of the four Welsh Archaeological Trusts working to help protect, record and interpret all aspects of the historic Welsh landscape, conserving archaeology and cultural heritage in around 8,000 square kilometres of Wales.
We have worked with them to develop a series of dual language banner stands that they can take to shows and events around the country, as well as produced Visitor Interpretation Panels at key sites. These include the Beacon Ring, a hillfort with spectacular views across the Severn Valley into Wales, and out across the Shropshire hills into England.
Why is it that when communication with schools most designers choose to use pictures of kids and blackboards?! When we sat down to design a school signs brochure for our client Signs Now, there wasn't a child, backboard or Comic Sans font in sight!
These days a teacher has far more responsibilities than just teaching, many of them being responsible for general management matters, such as ordering signage. So we produced a clear, easily navigable design, making it easy for them to find, select and order the exact signs for their needs.
The final brochure was produced both in print, and as a...
Famous as the Victorian Working Farm from the BBC TV series, Acton Scott, set in 23 acres of prime Shropshire countryside, makes a great day out for all the family. As well as being able to watch tradition craftsmen such as blacksmiths and at work, many of the skills can also be gained through their programme of Rural Craft and Trade Courses.
2015 marks Acton Scott's 40th Anniversary and we were delighted to be able to help them commemorate this occasion in style with a suite of smart new literature.
From the cliffs of Sedbury in the south, to the sandy beaches of Prestatyn in the north, Offa’s Dyke Path criss crosses the English/Welsh border for 177 miles.
Taking in three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a National Park and a World Heritage Site, there can be few trails that offer such variety and contrast. For over 50 miles, the path follows the border earthwork known as Offa’s Dyke, steeped in history and legend, and giving today’s visitor a glimpse into its ancient and often bloody past.
This dual language leaflet helps visitors make the most of the trail, with interesting facts...