Lovely is a collective of big-hearted people with big credentials and big ideas. We’re an integrated agency specialising in consumer marketing and experiences that build brand advocacy through simply lovely solutions.
We have collaborated with Counter Editions (Charlotte Road EC1) on an Olympic print competition. We designed the window and a competition mechanic to win a limited edition Olympic print by artists: Tracey Emin, Rachel Whiteread, Howard Hodgkin, Bridget Riley and more! If you like their Facebook page you might have a chance to win one! Lovely!
QLF has commissioned Lovely Creative to lead their re-brand as well as all online, digital and print comms. We are really excited to be apart of this this UK campaign will go live in a few months, Lovely!
We are so pleased to announce we have been chosen as the creative agency for the re-brand of Harley Street Skin Care clinic owned by Lesley Reynolds Khan and Dr Aamer Khan. This will consist of re-branding, brand development of their V.I.P offering, retail, pop up experiences, digital, collateral, press, and ad campaign. Lovely!
To celebrate the upcoming 2012 Olympics the Adidas GB team launched an Olympic range of apparel. This consisted of retail, P.O.S, digital campaign and in store consumer journey. Roll on the Olympics we cant wait!
lovely have been working with Amplify on an experiential project for the brand Glenmorangie. Due to go live in August 2012 the project will consist of a global experience targeting high profile clubs and bars across the globe. It will give an opportunity for the public to learn about the history, engage consumers with the making process, knowledge of the distillery in Scotland, discover the flavours behind the brand and of course sample the amazing range of whiskies.
The pima air + space museum (PIMA) is hosting ‘art from the boneyard’, a project curated by eric firestone, carlo mccormick,
leslie oliver and med sobio featuring several non-functioning WWII american military airplanes covered in the painted work
of contemporary artists. In ‘art from the boneyard: return trip’, a group of creatives travelled to a large resting space for planes in disuse, in order to complete the five massive mural paintings on the bodies of retired aircrafts.
Planes have always been seen as a giant canvas for artists and designers and the results are pretty spectacular!
We just had to share the Tom the Lion limited edition wooden-boxed CD!
Created by Daniel Mason of Something Else (and of no relation to our own Mr Mason!), the hinged lid of the wooden box is screenprinted with the Tom The Lion illustration by Konstantinos Gargaletsos. Inside are two CDs; one is the 13 track album (tracks from his two double 10″ vinyl EPs), the other contains a number of live recordings. A folded bible paper sheet contains all the lyrics and sleeve notes, pretty special.
Artist Anthony Burrill has produced a new series of limited-edition posters, printed in BP oil from the ecological disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. Profits go to the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana. The oil was collected direct from the polluted beaches of Grand Isle, Louisiana.
This fantastic project was devised by Karen Corrigan and Grégory Titeca of branding agency Happiness Brussels. See more at www.golfofmexico2010.com.
Absolutely loving this! Beautiful illustration and great idea from the guys at Pale Horse, check out their site for more crazy stuff like prints of Jesus in a wrestlers mask and tattoo colouring in books for grown ups, amazing!
RIDICULOUS TYPOGRAPHY RULES Submission for the Ridiculous Typography Rules book. What I find interesting about the rule GOOD TYPE STAGE IS INVISIBLE, is the idea that when text becomes image and the other way around. To find a design that intrigues and attracts attention, so it can force to read and becomes VISIBLE (readable)..
www.hipsterhitler.com is parody site about Adolf Hitler. There’s a handful of satirical comic strips based loosely around the dictators life during WW2, it is slightly controversial, but funny all the same!
To help promote the release of Banksy’s DVD “Exit Through the Gift Shop” the man himself has given 3 original pieces of his work to HMV stores in London and Bristol, I can imagine the security is pretty tight around them otherwise they’d be exiting through the front door!
This is a crazy interactive ‘web comic’ was commissioned by Elisava School of design and created by Soon In Tokyo, an agency comprised of teachers and students of the school. It’s a short story about how painful the creative process of a designer can be, it’s pretty wacky and can’t be appreciated from the images below so have a go yourselves at www.iamnotanartist.org, use headphones if you can!