In 2017 Porsche GB approached Freestone to find a creative solution to hosting up to 100 of the World’s Press to witness the World Premiere launch of the Mighty 911 GT2 RS (see earlier blog), at the 4 day Goodwood Festival of Speed.
With accommodation close to the popular Goodwood event, a near impossibility for so many guests (hence the title of the blog), it called for a different approach. Continue reading
From event management to product packaging, in this case we were asked to get involved in the production of a premium craft ‘Gin bottle label’, a new client for Freestone. Although this innocent looking label looks like a simple enough print job to the uninitiated, I can report it isn’t. We knew as soon as we set eyes on it – that it would present some interesting challenges – absolutely fine – we thrive on challenges.
Firstly, you will note if you look carefully, the bottle sides are tilted inward; this actually means the design has to be arched like a horse shoe Continue reading
It’s really something when a client entrusts you with their hyper important World Premiere, even more special when it turns out to be the flagship of their production vehicles – the fastest and most brutal road going 911 ever built (EVER EVER) and I am reliably informed that’s quite a long time!
Well, and there’s no way of being modest about this – cue fanfare – we’re incredibly proud to announce that’s exactly what happened when Porsche awarded Freestone their latest launch event project (correct at time of publishing), in fact this was the ‘world premiere – more fanfare – of the legendary 911 GT2 RS’ no less. Continue reading
We’re extremely pleased to report Freestone Creative has made it into the well-respected trade publisher ‘Design Week top 100 agencies’ list. We’re all really chuffed here at Freestone, it’s the first time we’ve been involved. The survey provides a detailed analysis into the financial state of the industry. It ranks the 100 most successful independent UK design businesses, spotlighting growth trends, projections and staffing levels throughout the industry.
In reality, we believe the placement is a form of recognition and enhances our credibility within the industry. Need to know more? Why not give us a call?
Continuing along the theme of looking at team members’ lives outside of the studio (frankly being a bit nosey). Wendy, our Company Secretary here at Freestone Creative has her own sculpture space at home; her passion ‘outside of the office’ is creating sculpture commissions and other fine art and I have to report, not without a reasonable amount of success.
She has recently been selected to display a piece of her work in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; she sold 5 of the 10 limited edition pieces on the preview evening and the rest within days of the doors opening. Continue reading