Oakwood 3D has created in-store point-of-sale displays, forecourt trolleys and exterior signage for Castrol’s GTX Magnatec range of engine lubricants, which will be launched over the first May Bank Holiday weekend across the UK, Ireland and Benelux. The fee for the work was ‘around £80 000’, according to Oakwood partner Neil Sims, and the project was led by Oakwood creative director Damian Aldred.
The inside track of everything you need to know about the new railway, from temperature-controlled train carriages to a regal visual identity.
Witty roast names and animated illustrations encourage customers to take a break and consider the journey of coffee from plant to cup.
As part of its work for the science-focused real estate network, Dn&co crafted a generative code-based tool.
Designer Christopher Payne has worked with the club and its fans to craft a special edition crest and kit for the side’s 100-year anniversary.