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Name Creative is an independent design studio working with a diverse range of clients across print and digital media.

We’ve built our reputation through our professionalism, attention to detail and passion for great design and communication. Read more...

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Name Creative Ltd.
1a Haggerston Studios
284 Kingsland Road,
London E8 4DN
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Lauda – The Untold Story

Vroom! In the wake of TT3D and Senna, comes the gripping story of the legendary Niki Lauda’s Formula One career. We created the original key art for the theatrical quad and Home Entertainment variants. Featuring David Coulthard, Lewis Hamilton and more, this is a truly turbo-charged documentary with a gorgeous Ferrari red theme to match.

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The Treatment

We created the original key art for The Treatment, the hard hitting drama based on the best-selling novel by Brit crime favourite Mo Hayder. It packs a punch similar to Nordic Noir contemporary classics such as The Bridge and The Killing.

 

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Futuro Beach

Take us to the beach! This is our original quad artwork for Futuro Beach, a colourful coming of age drama traversing continents and cultures, portraying a complicated relationship between two brothers. Now where did we put our snorkels…

 

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Enemy

When Curzon Film World asked us if we would like to work on the UK theatrical campaign for credential laden Enemy, we jumped at it. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Isabella Rossellini, Enemy is a dark and twisting thriller about a doppelganger, by the director of the acclaimed Prisoners and certainly worth a double take!

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Draft Day

With the NFL often hitting the headlines, the topical Draft Day stars hollywood legend Kevin Costner in an American Football style take on Moneyball. Converted from the US One sheet, Name Creative blitzed the US Quad adapt, ensuring it was more attuned to the UK market.

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They Came Together

Lionsgate and Name Creative have come together to bring you the key art for the wonderful spoof rom com They Came Together. The film features a comedic match made in heaven with Paul Rudd and Park and Recreation’s talented Amy Poehler. Will they? Won’t they? …Of course they will! Name Creative worked on the theatrical quad and 1 sheet, digital ads and home entertainment formats for this multi platform release.

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Blood Ties

Family allegiances are tested to the max in Blood Ties, a gritty 70s thriller boasting an excellent cast including Marion Cotillard and Mila Kunis. Whilst designing the original key art for the theatrical Quad poster, we were inexplicably drawn to some groovy leather jackets on ebay… but rather that than emulating the comb-overs and perms in American Hustle! (no offence Jennifer Lawrence).

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Arthur & Mike

Our original One Sheet and Quad poster designs for the quirky romantic drama Arthur and Mike, starring the inimitable Colin Firth and the lovely Emily Blunt, show two of our favourite brit actors living their dreams through other people’s lifestyles. A bit like British treasure Emma Watson’s high jinks in the Bling Ring, but for grown ups. What’s not to love!

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Finding Vivian Maier

The enigmatic Vivian Maier was one of the most accomplished photographers of our time, yet her talents were only discovered after she passed away. This insightful documentary delves into the treasure trove she left behind and investigates the enigma behind the camera. Our Quad poster design for the film sought to emphasise the mystery of the artist and echo the stylistic themes of the era.

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You And The Night

Theatrical 1 Sheet for You And The Night. More to follow.