Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Revive creates the right impression

Impressionist and comedian Jon Culshaw was on hand to raise some laughter at the Denmaur Revive Launch event last night  The event hosted by Denmaur Independent Paper was held at the London Hippodrome and was attended by over 150 leading professionals from the print and publishing industry.

Speakers included Jonathan Porrittt (uk government chief advisor on climate change) Jonathan Tame and Roger Wilson (from World Lamd Trust) and Julia Young (from the World Wildlife Fund). 

All focused on how climate change will affect business in the future with particular emphasis on carbon emissions.
It's good to know that Revive paper from Denmaur is totally carbon offset, in short this means that customers can be confident that the Revive paper they buy is carbon neutral. Good for the planet and good for the future.

Parkhouse Evans Creative are very proud to have helped Denmaur to re-launch the Revive brand. We developed all the advertising, invites, event packs, and collateral to promote the brand. It seems the whole industry are happy to see Revive back and as a true force for good!

It's sometimes hard for customers to see the value or ROI when investing in creative - but proof of concept of ever needed was clear to see at the event! 

If you want to look good in front of your peers or if your organisation needs help with branding or a launch event then give us a call on 01332 291141 and we can advise you how best to achieve maximum impact and results...

Monday, April 04, 2016

HAL...or just a water boiling device?

I spotted this funky Point of sale window in Warsaw on a recent visit.

Even humble kitchen appliances can look super cool with the right graphic approach. 

Such a simple yet eyecatching window. 

Less is more!

Feeling healthy..?

This rather funky kit is likely to be the latest offering from Westfield Health. Designed to promote a healthy lifestyle the kit comprises the latest tech designed to help users keep track of their progress.

We created the design as a sample alongside a rather fun PowerPoint presentation.