Archive for September, 2012

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Create have been busy over the past few months supplying all kinds of school and college signage in time for the start of the new academic year.

Weston College is rolling out its stunning rebrand with colourful manifestations across its campus. The impressive large format digitally printed window graphics have been applied to the interiors of atrium glazing.

Following the merger of 3 schools, Bridgwater College Academy has just opened its doors to new and returning pupils. Create were asked to complete the project in super quick time having been contacted just a month before the Academy was due to open. Having seen our signage at City of Bristol College, the Estates Department asked us to produce something similar so signs on the three Academy sites were branded in line with Bridgwater College while still maintaining a distinct identity of its own. The external signage package included producing and installing monolith entrance signs and wall mounted trays and we removed all old signage for recycling and disposal.

Our client is delighted with the signage and has already received lots of positive comments.

Redland Green School in Bristol came to us looking for a visual means of reflecting the school’s ethos of positivity and inclusivity to inspire pupils in their day to day life at the school. The colourful word clouds and vinyl graphics were designed by Create and applied to room and hall walls throughout the school.

And not forgetting our local primary school, St Andrew’s who now have some glorious purple entrance signs to match the school uniforms.

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September 17th, 2012 at 12:44 pm

Police publicity posters top of the bill

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Hot off the press from our large format digital printer are some eye catching publicity posters for Avon and Somerset Constabulary. The posters were designed and printed in house and aimed at recruiting youngsters to the North Somerset Volunteer Police Cadets.

PC Ray Bradley came to Create with a tight deadline but the job was turned around quickly and as a result, applications to become a Police Cadet have been ‘pouring in’. He told us the high quality posters had ‘impressed me, my colleagues and whole of the Corporate Communications Team at Police Headquarters’. We were pleased to help the local initiative.

Digitally printed posters

Police posters hot off the press

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September 6th, 2012 at 1:38 pm