The Opera House is a small commercial audio studio. Its point of difference is the vast music knowledge and experience of its principal. The goal of the project was to design collateral that would serve as conversations starters to promote an environment where music and composition would become a key focus of discussion.
We designed a series of posters which each featured a great classic composer with a visual twist. However, this iteration took a slightly tactical twist in that we used it to also promote Mo-vember (men's health).
Of course, Mozart died a young man, so he was doubly appropriate for the task at hand.
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One of the issues businesses face after undergoing mergers or acquisitions is how to deal with the ensuing ‘brand stew’.
Brand architecture refers to the way that an organisation's brands are positioned one to another and each to the whole.
Design and innovation are inextricably intertwined driving the prospect of successful commercialisation.