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Category Archives: Design & Print
Splashdown worked on a range of packaging and in-store collateral with Decléor this Summer to promote their range of Christmas gifts. The fruits of our labour can be seen in stores nationwide in preparation for the busy Christmas sales period.
The work covers gift packaging, literature, merchandising, photography and POS. We think the designs look great, we hope you like them too.read more
Our illustrator Josh Fazey created this design for a limited edition tote bag for Kiehl’s. The inspiration for the design were rough concepts created by UK Model and DJ Zara Martin to celebrate her performance at the Coachella festival.
image courtesy of http://www.allyinblunderland.co.ukread more
Revlon recently took over Westfield with a fantastic pop-up shop.
Splashdown produced a series of “Look” cards to support the shop. Each card had a different look on the front, with how to “get the look” on the reverse. The event proved so popular we had to print more cards!read more
Splashdown are delighted to be working with the Philosophy brand, designing and printing their skincare routine brochure for the QVC campaign. Hand-tipping on 3 packettes to each skincare treat, customers could discover how to reveal beautifully-radiant, youthful-looking skin.read more
The Splashdown team have had fun this month with the design and print for a ‘cheeky’ Benefit launch pack. Detailing all the essential information and image-led features for the introduction of Majorette, a new priority-A cream to powder booster blush to the on-counter teams.read more