No Strings Attached

Wednesday 10 January 2018

Premm have recently been working with Badminton England to create a new poster campaign for their No Strings Badminton sessions. These sessions are Badminton England’s flagship pay and play social badminton programme, running in over 200 leisure centres with over 500 sessions, each led by a co-ordinator taking place across England.  For this project we were asked to create a series of posters that depicts the diverse range of players participating at local venues around the UK. We art directed...

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Browsing through the retail property landscape

Wednesday 03 January 2018

Premm recently enjoyed working on the new edition of Browse for Colliers International – published to coincide with the MAPIC retail property exhibition in Cannes.  The magazine, designed to be attractive to all stakeholders within the retail property sector, highlights trends in the industry and how important it is to understand how brands work within the retail space. One of the themes highlighted in the new edition was the need for the sector to recognise and be adept at spotting winning...

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Hungry To Help with Deutsche Bank and StreetSmart

Wednesday 15 November 2017

Premm was invited to work on a project for Deutsche Bank, aimed at increasing awareness of the bank’s 11-year partnership with StreetSmart among their own staff.  StreetSmart was established in 1998 and since then has raised over £8.2 million for homeless and vulnerable people across the UK. At participating restaurants during the festive month,s a voluntary £1 is added to the diners’ bill. And at the end of each month, the restaurant passes on all of these £1s to StreetSmart. The...

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Confront what it means to be human

Friday 22 September 2017

The Guildhall Art Gallery’s new exhibition ‘Nature Morte’, based on Michael Petry’s recent book of the same title, explores the transience of time and the issue of mortality as traditional 16th century still life meets modern day art. Premm were invited to create the look and feel, promotional items and internal signage for this exhibition containing 100 works covering the themes of flora, fauna, the domestic object, food and vanitas (a category of symbolic works of art, especially those...

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Various Stages

Friday 06 January 2017

Following on from our long term relationship with Mahogany Opera Group (since 2014, when we redesigned their brand), we were recently invited to design an identity for their Various Stages initiative.  As a core part of their work, the Mahogany Opera Group explores and promotes a contemporary blend of new music, performance and theatre. Various Stages forms a vital part of this focus, as part of their press release explains; “Various Stages blurs the line between process and performance....

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Brooklands – a dynamic site to celebrate motorsport and aviation

Monday 19 December 2016

Premm are excited to announce the launch of the new Brooklands Museum website. Following a successful tendering process Premm have worked closely with the Brooklands marketing team to devise a fully responsive site that showcases the diversity of the Museum’s collection and further promotes the site as a great day out for families, schools, and enthusiasts alike.   Brooklands is famous for its rich history in motorsport and aviation. Opening to the public for the first time in June 1907, it was...

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A lifestyle look at retail property

Friday 25 November 2016

Premm has just produced the fifth issue of Browse, the retail property magazine, for Colliers International.  The team thoroughly enjoyed working on the issue that was published to coincide with MAPIC, the international retail property exhibition in Cannes. Commissioning Editor, Duncan Lamb, comments: “The focus of the magazine is to give an insight into various trends and themes in the retail property sector. Premm’s design reflect the magazine’s lifestyle approach, and the...

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Pick Me Up 2016, Kitching & Friends!

Friday 29 April 2016

It is very rare we get the chance to go out as a whole bunch of us from Premm, so when Pick Me Up opened its doors at Somerset House for 2016 we were all very much up for it! I mean who doesn’t love seeing what the cultural arts have to offer each year, especially when some bring such a smile to your face like these Little ‘Floam Buddy’s’ did to Jess’. (Pictured: Floam Buddy TRIO, by Julian Glander) We all had our favourite pieces, Sophie was particularly taken with these beautiful Pastel...

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Art of Song

Monday 25 April 2016

As part of Secret 7” this year Sophie, Jess and Kevin attended a talk on the ‘Art of Song’ at Sonos Studios. The talk was an exploration and scission of the role of artwork in the current music landscape presented by music artist Tom Vek. George Hardie, Kate Gibb and William E Wright discussed their own work as well as considering questions around the role of the art director & designer in 2016 – what opportunities are there, or could there be, for sleeve art to take a greater role in...

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The Great Garden Game

Monday 04 April 2016

Discover the secrets of Hampton Court Palace with The Great Garden Game! After being approached by Historic Royal Palaces Premm was asked to create materials to engage and excite children and families visiting this historic site. This was a terrific design brief for us to work with, as we were allowed to be more experimental with the formats we used and production processes involved; to enhance the visitor experience of discovering Hampton Court Palace. The materials we produced comprised of a large...

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