Brandtastic: 2017’s Greatest Hits
We’ve had a great year here at Tastic Towers and have really enjoyed working on such a diverse range of projects and of course, with all you lovely clients, we truly appreciate every one of you and thank you for allowing us to do a job we all love! We thought it would be nice to have a review of the year’s work and share it with you. So we hope you enjoy this little look back at 2017 and hope to work with you all again in 2018… Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Pembridge Hospice Charity
We have a few charity clients now and it was great to add Pembridge Hospice Charity to our stable. A complete, start-from-scratch rebrand was required and we also produced leaflets and their magazine ‘Pembridge Life’ throughout the year. We have now also completed a rebrand of the Hospice itself as they were so taken with the Charity’s rebrand!
Working with the existing brand we designed and developed their new website and helped develop the brand as a whole.
Create A Crisp
A really fun branding and packaging project, we started with a blank sheet of paper. Our team came up with the name, designs, illustrations and even consulted on the flavours! These tasty treats are now available in Waitrose.
We have created lots of logos this year, here is a selection box of just a few.
Pukka & Mukka
This year we continued our working relationship with Pukka Pies. Amongst other projects, we created the characters Pukka & Mukka to introduce a new HSE campaign at their factory and head office. These fun little chaps appeared on Posters, 3D Cutouts and in their own animated movie. All items were designed and produced by us.
A new product sold exclusively through Amazon, we created the branding, packaging and website for Revitanight. We also magaged the print and production of the packaging.
More tasty treats for us to work with, the chopped and sliced typography echos the product and has gone down very well with supermarket buyers. Expect to see this on your shelves soon!
A rebrand and website for a well established, local HR firm. The chinese symbol is all that remains of the original brand – the fresh new palette and modern type, coupled with an easy to navigate but extensive website have had a very positive impact on the company’s image.