Creative Round-Up: Accept & Proceed, Smith & Milton, Mash Creative

The Drum brings you a round-up of some recent interesting creative work.

Submit work to feature in The Drum magazine and online in the Insight section. Contact thomas@thedrum.com.This creative round-up includes iPhone screensavers created by Accept & Proceed to commemorate Euro 2012, packaging design by Smith & Milton for hair salon client Percy & Reed, and Mash Creative’s work for the Design Museum. London design studio Accept & Proceed has launched iPhone screensavers for each country in the Euro 2012 championship. The agency is also producing a set of iPhone screensaver graphs to commemorate each game during the tournament, showing cards issued and goals scored. Strongbow has unveiled a new brand identity and packaging created by London agency Bulletproof. The duality of the brand marque represents the crisp cut-through product taste and its brand heritage. Software consultancy Content Hub has unveiled its new brand and visual identity, created by Fiasco Design. The agency created a new identity online and offline, including brand mark, stationary and a mobile friendly website. Hair salon Percy & Reed has released limited edition travel packs, designed by Smith & Milton. The packs feature character ‘Hair Royal Highness’ to represent a young Queen Elizabeth on a handdrawn Union flag. French ad agency Leg has created a humorous Olympic campaign for Eurostar, with a tongue-in-cheek take on French opinions of British ‘athletes’, showing overweight snooker and darts players in the style of Greek statues. Masters of the football inspired print, poster and wallchart, London studio Trebleseven has risen to the challenge again with this set of Euro 2012 posters designed by the agency’s David Watson and based around making icons out of the competing nations’ flags. The Robert Horne Group, supplier of paper, board and plastics, has unveiled a catalogue created by Wash Design. The agency created the sign and display applications and material guide for the group, as well as creating 3D renderings for the illustrations, with the aim of showcasing the applications available within the Robert Horne range. Mash Creative has designed a flyer promoting the Design Museum’s new café ‘Grazing’.

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