It looks like the iconic Canadian Tim Hortons brand may be winning over UK coffee lovers… even enough for fans to camp over night for a store opening!
What a great year our RDD team have had. It's been such a busy year from the off, after gaining our biggest client, Hammerson! We thought we'd put together a few hand-picked favourites from the year, to show just a little snapshot of the work that goes in behind the scenes.
When its time to book another craft evening, any excuse to roll up our sleeves and get creative (and the mere mention of Prosecco) always has a big show of hands!
Reporting to the partners, the ideal candidate will have retail design & communications experience in an agency, including full scale retail design from point of sale, concessions through to large-scale environments. Experience in fashion, beauty and food & beverage retail is an advantage and/ or experience in environmental branding and way finding from interiors to public spaces.
Last week we swapped our mice for brushes, our computers for paper and dived headfirst into the inkpot of Calligraphy. Being a mixture of artists and designers there is some expectation that we would take to this like Picasso to a paintbrush.
This year marked the eighth edition of Clerkenwell Design Week and now houses more than 200 international brand within seven exhibition venues and more then 90 showrooms. This is one of the most important events on the global design calendar and is hosted across the whole of Clerkenwell; London’s premier design district.
Many brands chose to launch new products or open new show rooms during this period and the festival has more than 300 events over three days. We attend as many events as possible across the three days each year and here are the five things we enjoyed the most...
Hidden in the depths of East London between converted warehouses, builders scrap yards and rave locations lies the beautiful studio of Daniel Heath. An independent, award-winning wallpaper, textile and surface designer. Daniel was kind, and brave enough, to let us into his studio for an afternoon of screen-printing and sweating – turns out warehouses in the high of summer are quite the hot box!
Bronnley approached us to help design packaging for their new Eclectic Elements range. We knew that developing a visually arresting palette would be key to relaunching the iconic fragrances in the mind of modern beauty consumers and attract towards a savvy, fashion-conscious audience.
Sanctuary Spa approached us to help give their skincare range a new lease of life with a fresh look and feel.