|Bec Griffiths (Copywriter) and Chris Maplestone (Art Director)
December 10, 2015
This month's edition of B&T Magazine is a particularly special one for T20. Filling the blank canvas of the B&T 'IF' section, is our collaboration with clip licensing agency Born Licensing.
Tasked with showcasing the potential of the licensing model, the T20 team were given free-range to come up with a suite of press adverts, using iconic elements of world-famous films, toys, games and TV shows.
And we're pretty proud of the results.
After our recent work with Born Licencing, negotiating a world-first deal with Hasbro for the Simonds Transformer campaign (refresh your memory here), this was a great opportunity to revisit clip licensing and think outside the square.
Many thanks to Born Licencing for inviting us to be involved, and a special thank you to all the companies who allowed us to use their brands - Simonds, Nissan, Haymes Paints, Yellowglen and Earth Choice - to demonstrate the possibilities of clip licensing.
Taking a website from yesterday to tomorrow
The new Guests website now reflects the brand in a very positive way.
Cayzer’s innovative, new website is open for inspection
The design, responsiveness and user experience of Cayzer’s new website embodies the Cayzer brand promise of always putting their customer first.
A saucepan needs a tissue, and a toothbrush needs a hug.
We can confidently say that both of these spots will stand out in an often-noisy, often-predictable ad-break.
Calling all UI/UX Designers and Front-End Developers
We're looking for some talented people to join our growing team