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So much for the diet then…

Thursday, Jan. 13th 2011

Back after the Christmas break, full of positive thought and action plans for a better lifestyle and what appears in the studio? A great big box of tasty snacks. So much for the good intentions then! The box is a new vending idea for offices from newstart client Honesty Snax. It’s a great concept, which basically relies on people to pay the correct amount into a tin to buy a snack. the difference with Honesty Snax being that a percentage of profits goes to children’s charity, Dreams 4 u. The strapline “Snacking has never been so good!” pretty much sums it up, although not if your New Years resolution was to stop snacking. Fortunately they’re going to be providing three different Honesty Snax boxes; The “naughty” box. (That’s what we’ve got), the “nice” box (healthier snacks) and the “naughty & nice” box (half & half).

Honesty Snax approached 39steps to design their corporate identity and stationery. We came up with a friendly, light-hearted logo, which uses fresh colours to get across the good intentions of the brand. Business cards, letterheads and stickers for the boxes were created.

We hope it works out for them and look forward to getting a “nice” box as soon as possible!

honestysnax


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School of Informatics banner

Tuesday, Jan. 11th 2011

It’s always great when a client calls out of the blue to say they’re really chuffed with what we’ve done – and that’s what happened yesterday with Edinburgh Uni’s School of Informatics. Here’s their new pop-up banner in all its glory. Designed to create an impact within the reception area and at trade fairs, it certainly stands out. Thanks Duncan!

School of Informatics pop-up banner

School of Informatics pop-up banner


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Snuff Box theme tune

Thursday, Dec. 9th 2010

Altogether, sing along now…


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Kubrick 2001: The Space Odyssey Explained

Thursday, Dec. 9th 2010

Sit back, relax, and let that music wash over you…

The Space Odyssey Explained


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Missy the missing cat

Thursday, Dec. 9th 2010

Poor Missy. Poor Missy’s owner. Poor David the designer!!

missy_350

Will Missy ever be found??


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