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Keep it clean

Posted on January 13, 2016 at 11:33 am

Addis asked us to work with them to develop a surface patterns for a new range of laundry products.

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Addis have been producing home wares since 1780, and we’ve been working with them since even before the earliest days of Elevator.

Addis are always innovating new products and modernising existing ones to reflect current tastes and trends. Most recently we produced surface patterns for a range of laundry products including an ironing board cover, laundry bag and peg bag.

Having explored the market and analysed trends and forecasts in patterns for domestic items, as well as colour forecasting with a view to nine-month production lead times, we created a range of patterns for the client to discuss, test and ultimately select.

The chosen design uses laundry words and symbols interlocking into a repeat pattern. It is printed in single colour on off-white fabric to appeal the young, urban demographic. It’ll be hitting the shops soon.

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In the Grotto

Posted on January 1, 2016 at 12:03 pm

Puffin Produce is one of the biggest producers of fresh produce in Wales and their Blas y Tir brand has been growing from strength to strength since we created it back in 2010.

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Puffin Produce is one of the biggest producers of fresh produce in Wales and their Blas y Tir brand has been growing from strength to strength since we created it back in 2010.

They are a popular presence in the food hall at the Royal Welsh Show where visitors to their stand can sample some great food and take away recipe cards and other goodies.

For the Winter Fair 2015, we created Mrs Claus’ Kitchen with all her pots and pans, a cozy fireplace and room to include an oven to produce the delicious baked and roasted Rudolph Potatoes for visitors to the stand.

The stand was supported by a competition and a set of recipe cards focused on Rudolph Potatoes. The same imagery was used for the company’s Christmas card later that month.

“Graphics worked great by the way – they really made the stand prominent and we had loads of great comments from customers. Competition worked well as well – got lots of information to input!”
Megan Tye, Puffin Produce.

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