Me and Paul spent the morning at JohnEWright’s in Nottingham to brush up on exhibition printing and build techniques. We also got a little tour around the shop floor. This was the first time I‘d seen printers of this scale in operation. Quite impressive.
When the founder of Redstone Press discovered a sign hooked on his sons bedroom door that read ‘I’m fine, just get on with your own life’, he was inspired to design his own cheeky doorknob cards. One was ‘Keys? Phone? Sense of Humour’ and another ‘Cleaning in Progress’.
It then went on to be published and named ‘The Household Box’ which includes a household manual, notes to self, daily aphorisms, doorknob cards and warnings to visitors stating comments such as ‘Irritable’.
The pack has been designed to make home life more enjoyable, interesting and, at times, dramatic, involving the whole family and allowing their individual personalities to shine.
John Lewis do it again – a beautifully shot and crafted advert that gets across a sweet message about Christmas, and not about its commercialisation. It’s less ‘BUY THIS!’ and more ‘This is how Christmas should feel’. Excellent work from Adam & Eve once again. What do you think?
Here at Tribe we’re at our happiest when our clients are happy. We never fail to feel proud when we get positive feedback and gleaming testimonials and that’s probably why the majority of our lovely clients have come from recommendations and word of mouth.
So, you can imagine our delight when we found a recent piece of work featured in leading marketing and media magazine, The Drum. Cue lots of silly grins and warm fuzzy feelings at Tribe Towers today.