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

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The Parent Agency – David Baddiel

We produced the original creative for The Parent Agency, David Baddiel’s first book for children. As well as posters, we also created a range of assets for online and promotional materials such as sticker sheets, bookmarks, etc for this fun story which has a lovely ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ meets ‘Wizard of Oz’ feel to it.

 

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Nadine Dorries – Hide Her Name Campaign

Hide Her Name’ is the second in the hugely popular “The Four Streets’ trilogy by Nadine Dorries, and we produced original Press Ad concepts and 6 Sheet artwork for it.

 

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Geek Girl – Holly Smale

We love the best-selling Geek Girl series, and we had great fun designing an original poster to promote GG as part of HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks World Book Day promotion. As well as an A2 poster we produced app designs, social media assets, shelf barkers, cut-out postcards and more. The final poster, alongside the alternative concepts image, are an example of how useful it is to be able to review source material (books, films) during the creative and copywriting process. Being able to dig into the detail brings out the geek in us!

 

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Weinberg

 We created the original key art for Turner Germany for their major TV series Weinberg broadcast on TNT. A deliciously Germanic twist on Nordic Noir, with more than a hint of Twin Peaks, we provided various large formats for use across international territories.

 

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Grandpa’s Great Escape

We helped shape David Walliams’ ’Greatest Adventure Yet’ for HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks. Based on core creative, we produced a huge range of marketing assets for the Grandpa’s Great Escape campaign including animated outdoor digital screens, mobile ads, press ads, HPTOs, social media assets, FSDUs, standees, window acetates and more. Up, up and away!

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David Walliams – Awful Auntie

We worked with HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks on David Walliams’ Awful Auntie campaign, creating a festive Christmas creative promoting his book range, as well as an impactful outdoor digital for display at Piccadilly One (with a footfall of over 1 million people per week!)

 

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We love books!

We work with some super Book Publishers and this is a display of some of our favourite projects. Happy reading!

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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…