Last month, our London office hosted the fifth event in the ‘Good To Great’ series. The event, in association with Make Your Words Work™, focussed on how expert in-house design teams are structured. The speakers have already shared their secrets of success, but we also wanted to showcase the fantastic work they are producing. Below are some of our favourite pieces from each team.
The below is a pitch from Savills for Project Regis, printed on kraft paper and debossed with matte black foil on the covers.
Another pitch from Savills for Bernard House, presented in a unique bespoke box shaped to the floor plan of the building. Gold foil was used on both the box and the pitch covers.
A design for the Wellcome Collection exhibition, Forensics: The Anatomy of Crime. The team drew inspiration from French crime scene photographer Alphonse Bertillon. The green bottle fly tells us, through the lifecycle of their larvae, how long a body has been dead.
Wellcome Trust commissioned Petra Börner to create Tibet’s Secret Temple, a paper illustration representing 17th century murals from a private meditation chamber for Tibet’s Dalai Lamas in the Lukhang Temple.
The NSPCC’s PANTS campaign was based on the Council of Europe's Underwear rule. Talking PANTS is a simple way to have an important conversation that can help keep your child safe from sexual abuse. The campaign made it into WARCs Global Top 100 Marketing Campaigns 2015.
The below images formed part of the new Childline brand launch. The in-house creative team at the NSPCC created a new, digital-first brand that shows how the service is relevant to every young person.
Below is a selection of London Transport Museum’s marketing collateral for special exhibitions – ranging from leaflets, posters, invitations to exhibition brochures, designed and produced for sale in the shop. All designs were created internally, working closely with the marketing and curatorial teams.
The London By Design book showcases the designs of London Transport over the years. It contains a wealth of knowledge with expertly curated content reviewing London's iconic transport designs.
Discovery Creative London, the in-house team at Discovery Networks, created this fantastic promotion for Britain’s Deadly Women on the Investigation Discovery channel.
Below is one of five Idents created by the team as part of the successful TLC rebrand in 2015.
If you want to follow in the footsteps of our fantastic in-house teams and get recognised for the great work you’re producing, check out our Inhouse Rockstars Awards. For more information, or to apply, visit www.myww.co.uk/inhouse-design-awards/