Rain created two programmes for the famous festival, shown here is the principal programme for the main operas and events held in Johnstown Castle. The cover art is a commissioned work Luna by Wexford‑born artist Carmel Benson, inspired by the pastoral location.
EnsembleWe also created the identity, launch material, advertising, Friend’s publications and festival brochure Wexford Festival Opera 2007. Fortunately, Rain did not stop play!
Wellstone: a new name and brand in healthcare
We were delighted to work with PEI in creating their new service brand. We devised a shortlist of memorable and appropriate name recommendations (based on the marketing brief) from which the Wellstone Clinic name was chosen. We designed the brand identity and implemented the new design across stationery and signage for the new clinics.
Wellstone Clinics...The clinics provide private renal treatment to compliment and supplement existing HSE services. Regional Wellstone Clinics make it possible for patients to undertake routine renal care closer to home.
Designing for designers
We were commissioned by the Institute of Designers in Ireland to create an identity and invitations for an annual event, the William H Walsh commemorative lectures series.
Designed to last
The lectures and identity continue each year with our original identity simply receiving an appropriate colour 'makeover' to refresh for each event.
Books with bite
Taking a different approach to marketing Tara's book fairs, we designed a range of posters, signs and other promotional materials to intrigue and expand on the book fair theme (a book munching alien).
Inspired by the concept of children’s books as ‘brain food’ we designed brand literature, based on the 'books with bite' premise, to promote Tara's book fairs to teachers, students and parents.
Poster and Business Card designs, click to enlarge.
The truth, it's out there, apparently.
Palliative Care Conference
We created an identity and literature for ‘Retaining Nadur, Creating Meitheal’, a conference on palliative care. The conference takes an alternative approach to exploring palliative care and practises through various different media; including film, poetry, art and philosophy.