Ellesmere Sculpture Initiative identity and website project for Design by House


By The Drum Team, Editorial

January 24, 2012 | 2 min read

A brand identity and website for the Ellesmere Sculpture Initiative is to be developed by Design By House.

The initiative has included the commission of etcher Jason Hicklin, by Ellesmere Sculpture Initiative, to create six site specific stainless steel etched sculptures, which will be situated at the World Heritage Site at Chirk.

Locations will also include along the Llangollen Canal at Llanymynech, and Frankton Locks, with two further pieces completing the series at Ellesmere, alongside the canal and the mere and will aim to raise awareness of the rural heritage landscape.

The Preston design agency has been handed the task of developing both the identity and website which will be used to promote the initiative once finished.

Conor Dardis, founder of Design By House, commented: "We are really excited to have been award the project; working closely with Jason we're looking forward to developing an identity and website that really encourages people visit these beautiful sculptures and the surrounding area.”

The new identity will feature on the website, a limited edition box set of Hicklin’s etchings, location signage and marketing collateral, launching at the beginning of March.

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