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Ebb & Flow Water Features

Based in the stunning Ruskin Mill in Nailsworth, Ebb and Flow carefully select natural materials including reconstituted cast granite stone and moulded glass and create beautiful ‘flowform’ sculptures .

Lost & Found Creative have been working with Ebb & Flow to rationalise their brand and marketing collateral, producing press advertising and product information literature.

Iridium

Following an initial brand evolution in 2013, Lost & Found have had the pleasure of creating a corporate brochure for Iridium Security. Iridium Security offer: Front of House/Concierge, Guarding, Door Supervision, Public Space Surveillance and Close Protection for many of the leading venues in London. They also offer Training and Consultancy services. The purpose of the new bespoke corporate brochure was to reach a wider, more specific corporate marketplace and break down preconceptions of security services.

Queen Elizabeth School, Barnet

Queen Elizabeth School, Barnet have made the most of the Summer break this year by producing several printed communications, including The Elizabethan Newsletter and Development Booklet.

As always, working with Edge Media, it has been an absolute pleasure and we are really pleased with the results. Case study will be updated in due course.

Inside Out Dorset 2016

Extraordinary Events in Extraordinary Places

This year Inside Out Dorset (IOD) takes place 16 – 25 September, 2016. As always, Lost & Found Creative supported Activate Performing Arts, delivering all branded communications (posters, event literature, programme and signage).

This year Activate celebrated their 25th anniversary and to mark the occasion, Lost & Found worked with them to launch a new Inside Out Dorset website.

We wish Activate and the IOD team a successful (and dry!) festival.

To see work completed in previous years, please see: Inside Out Dorset Case Study

This case study will be updated in due course.

St John’s Smith Square

Throughout 2015, Lost & Found Creative – in collaboration with Phillip Southgate, Emily Penny, Caroline Jones and Richard Owsley – rebranded the London church and music venue, St John’s Smith Square.

In January 2016, the website launched, and was the last piece of the initial branded suite. It is great to see this venue go from strength to strength. We believe the rebrand has breathed life into this wonderful venue. Whilst retaining its sense of heritage, it has helped broaden the musical and educational offering, attracting a younger audience and range of performers.

Supporting some strong new messages and colours is a flexible visual language utilizing motifs from the architecture to form patterns. It is subtle and refined, historical, yet modern and intended to complement imagery of the performers and the venue. Used across all communications, the application of this graphic pattern can be toned up or down to have more or less graphical impact as appropriate. Time will tell, but we really think this brand approach and application has everything to evolve and grow as St John’s Smith Square continue on the next phase of the journey.

Farringtons Farm

This summer will see Farrington’s Farm celebrate 15 years in the business – in that time they have come an awful long way, from a humble little farm and farm shop to a complete retail destination, offering excellent food, gift shops, children’s indoor and outdoor play area and nursery.

Lost & Found Creative are pleased to be working with Farringtons in this special anniversary year. Look out for unique events and experiences and if you haven’t visited yet, you must. Their cakes, cheese and scotch eggs are amazing! farringtons.co.uk