Great week filming @thecreategroup in New Milton Hampshire. Founder Oyinda talking about her great new drink products coming to market very soon. Branding, packaging and digital marketing designed by LMPP Studio.
It was truly inspiring to see our future business men and women at the prestigious King's School, Canterbury. LMPP Studio's Creative Director was on the judging panel for the 6th formers 2-day Business Challenge Event.
A Dragon Den's style competition where they had to develop and design a newly emerging country food product. Each house had one day to complete the task, which saw them producing business plans, logo and packaging design as well as creating the food itself.
A really great event to have been involved with.
No need to head south this summer as Wimbledon Gone East
No time to queue for Centre Court? Tired of trekking to Murray’s mount? This summer Old Spitlfields Market are making sure you can enjoy all of the delights of the tennis at the heart of the city as Wimbledon Gone East.
Taking place on Friday July 14th, Wimbledon Gone East will see the historic marketplace transformed into a Grand Slam-tastic tennis-lovers haven. They’ll have a big double-sided screen showing all the action live, dedicated free deckchairs, tennis training and games, as well as the obligatory strawberries and cream, Pimms and Prosecco.
While those serious about their sport can enjoy the quality picture and sound over in Wimbledon Goes East’s very own centre court, more casual viewers can watch on the other side of the screen in the Wimblefun zone, where they’ll find tennis inspired challenges, entertainment and live music from Hoxton Radio.
Old Spitalfields Market’s latest Night Market will see it transformed for the summer road trip-inspired Campfire Sessions, in association with Belstaff.
Taking place on Friday 9th June from 6:00pm – 9:30pm this unique event will begin with a ride in from the Royal Enfield bikers, followed by live performances from acts including The Modern Strangers, Abigail Hudson and Lewis Floyd Henry.
There will be roadside refreshments from craft beer legends Beavertown, the Southern Comfort bus and Old Spitalfields’ vast array of street food vendors, such as authentic Neapolitan wood-fired pizza from Sud Italia, London’s finest burgers at Bleecker, the Jamaican delights of Cafe Caribbean and Poppies award-winning fish and chips.
Event sponsors Belstaff will be open late for visitors to explore the vintage exhibition currently housed in their Old Spitalfields store, while the Night Market vibe continues across the market’s other shops and boutiques, allowing shoppers to browse London’s most eclecticselection of makers and designers into the evening.
Hoxton Radio will be broadcasting live from the heart of the market with music and DJ sets, there will be contributions from Hole & Corner and Legendary Motorcycle Adventures, and Camberwell College of Arts will be there to capture the Campfire Sessions experience with a biker themed retro photo booth.
Are you creative, curious, intuitive and fast – but above all extremely passionate about being creative and wanting to get great studio experience.
We are looking for a summer intern to join LMPP Studio in London's Spitalfields. Our internships are tailor-made for aspiring designers interested in developing skills across branding/graphic design, website/digital design and social media marketing. The internship will run from May through August. As intern your role is to bring fresh ideas and new inspiration to a variety of creative challenges, Work hard and have access to a number of unique resources.
Passionate about working in the Design and Communication business.
- A competency in Adobe programs preferred (3D and new media programs an advantage).
- Creative flair and an awareness of emerging trends in design.
- Conceptual and creative thinker.
- Understanding about social media
- Communicative, driven, dedicated hard-worker who loves being part of a team.
Please send your application to 'Summer intern' - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Get the good in with our super tasty and nutritious cold-pressed juices and smoothies. Making healthy snacking on the go, easy and delicious.
With a ‘Smart, healthy, easy snacking’ positioning, we were asked to design all retail marketing collateral for consumers looking for a smart and natural choice in snacking.
The key was to make the existing equities work harder. We evolved all instore and event marketing material, upweighting naturalness and fresh to create a dynamic, mouthwatering offer.
SiSú is well on its way to becoming Ireland's favourite cold-pressed juice! You can pick up a bottle of fruit and vegetable goodness in convenience stores, cafes, gyms and independent shops. They also deliver directly to offices.
LMPP Studio were commissioned by Tribeca Holdings Ltd to design and build the Old Spitalfields Market site to integrate the existing market traders, corporate events and commercial retail sites onto a single platform.
If we stop and think of our favourite place, be it a city street, a theme park or a district, a common thread exists - we feel a sense of ownership of it. This sense of ownership is established because the place creates an emotional reaction in us. This reaction is based on both the promise the place makes and the experience it delivers. The two things must connect.
Home to one of London’s oldest markets where traditional stalls are next to leading high-end fashion retailers and international street food vendors next to superb restaurant dining experiences, Old Spitalfields Market has long been regarded as the destination to do all these things under one roof.
LMPP Studio positioned Old Spitalfields Market as London’s Urban Village .’ This describes a unique destination between the ‘push’ of international city trading professionals, and the desire to ‘protect’ the proud heritage of East London – both of which are major attractors for the destination. Our brand had to reflect this in every way.
Old Spitalfields Market is an iconic London attraction situated within the Grade II listed Horner Buildings. Located between London’s world-famous financial district and its iconic East End, Old Spitalfields Market presents a rare blank canvas on which to create the perfect event.
With over 1,400m² of dry hire space Old Spitalfields Market has evolved into the venue of choice for events. We are proud to offer a location and experience that can host a range of activities from exhibitions and experiential events, conferences to receptions, fashion shows, cultural celebration’s and more.
We have been the venue of choice for public and private events; recently we played host to over 7,000 people at the Vans Downtown Showdown, an international skateboarding event. A couple of weeks later over 200 designers showcased there talents at the Craft Council’s exhibition, Origin: The Contemporary Craft fair. Brands such as Ribena, Sky, Mallie, Appetizer, Thomson Reuters, London Jewellery Week and the London Restaurant Festival have all chosen Old Spitalfields Market for their events.
Our Design Brief.
To bring life and re-energise the existing model for employee mobility services in Ireland. Promote ‘Onboarding’ over ‘Relocating’ and the concept of lifestyle replication as a relocation tool. Hold greater appeal to a changing (younger, millennial) profile of mobile employee, while also holding appeal to HR professionals and Senior Executives.
Provide a greater emphasis on cost management, service efficiency and making services accessible to a wider range of potential customers.
Our Brand Vision.
Onboard Ireland, highly professional, efficient, competent and trustworthy, fresher and more contemporary, friendly but
focussed and above all, client centric and service oriented.
LMPP STUDIO has created the identity for Dublin's newest, freshest donut experience with in-house bakery creating 'circles' of obsession
LMPP Studio design and developed the complete brand experience for Offbeat Donuts, working with the owners and directors from the very start of this new, unique brand.
Brand strategy and positioning, corporate identity, graphic communication, web-site design, Illustrations, packaging, product photography, staff uniforms, store interior and social media presence were all designed by LMPP Studio’s creative team.
Instagram has undergone a redesign, which sees the social media platform replace its vintage camera icon for a more minimal symbol.
The refresh has been completed by Instagram’s in-house design team. The new look aims to “unify’ all of the different apps with the same style, in line with how Instagram has developed as more than just a place to edit and share photos, says the app.
Instagram’s well-known previous logo was a life-like vintage camera with a rainbow mark – the new logo sees a cleaner, flatter symbol, which reimagines the rainbow as a gradient that seeps over the whole icon.
The camera shape is reimagined through a series of flat shapes: a soft square, with a circle and a dot contained within it, representing the lens and viewfinder of the camera. During the design process, the in-house team found the lens, viewfinder and rainbow were the most distinctive features of the original logo, after people were asked to draw it from memory.
Google introduced their new logo. Just a month after unveiling a major restructuring of the company, Google is updating its image, too.
The new Google logo is still a wordmark, but it's now using a sans-serif typeface, making it look a lot more modern and playful with the use of softer primary colours. The logo bears a bit more resemblance to the logo of Google's new parent company, Alphabet, as well.
SAYING THAT.... I do feel that a bit of the original fun and quirkyness has been lost; all a bit too stripping back makes it all feel a touch more sterile than before.
LMPP STUDIO WERE INVITED BY CREATIVE POOL TO ATTEND CANNES LIONS 2015 AND ITS GLOBAL EVENT FOR THE CREATIVE INDUSTRY.
THE CREATIVE POOL PARTY AT CANNES WAS AN EXCLUSIVE EVENT AND HUB FOR DYNAMIC BRANDS AND ELITE AGENGIES TO NETWORK AND MEET.
LMPP STUDIO WENT AND PARTIED HARD WITH THE BEST OF THEM.
Foals create 360 degree virtual reality music video in GoPro partnership
Google was too big for its own good. Housing everything from its search engine to robots to life-extension technologies in one corporate hierarchy made for a lot of managers. Smart people often loathe such paralyzing bureaucracy. That’s why breaking up the company under the new parent company name, Alphabet, could save Google from itself.
Google today declared its name will now just host its core business. Its other, more far-flung projects like Life Sciences (glucose-measuring contact lenses) and Calico (life extension), will live somewhat independently alongside Google inside the new conglomerate it calls Alphabet.
“Chasing your dreams is all about love. That’s it love.” Peter shares for the first time his life journey to where he is today. It is a hilarious roller coaster ride.
Peter farrelly - The Do Lectures
Peter Farrelly - Do Lectures 2014 - Vimeo
From snatches of the theme to On Her Majesty’s Secret Service in the score, to the Day of the Dead chase sequence’s close resemblance to the Mardi-Gras scene in 1965’s Thunderball, to the Bond-goes-rogue with help from Q storyline, the nods to 007’s past come thick and fast. The Austrian mountaintop clinic where Bond meets Swann even recalls a similar alpine medical retreat in OHMSS, and then there’s Oberhauser’s Dr No-influenced Nehru jacket. There’s more than one Spectre involved here.
For the first time ever, radio and music lovers will be able to download BBC radio programmes in full, to their smartphone or tablet for free, listen to them offline, and keep them for up to 30 days on the BBC iPlayer Radio app.
The update, rolling out this week, means fans can listen to BBC radio programmes anywhere, regardless of the availability of wi-fi or a 3G/4G signal - so that's on trains, on planes, at the top of mountains, or on board a submarine.
As long as the programme is downloaded in the UK, it will remain on the device for a month and will include all the music, and third-party content, from the original broadcast. These downloads will embrace the entire BBC radio network, including programmes such as the BBC Proms, Radio 1’s Essential Mix, Radio 2's Jeremy Vine show, and a host of Radio 4 drama, comedy or documentaries.