Category Archives: Manufacturing Sector

Unilever Caribbean

Factory Signage

Staff Noticeboards with Acrylic Pouches

On-Premise Posters

Press Advertisements

Unilever Caribbean Annual Reports & Corporate Publishing

From Local to Global – Applying the Brand “Unilever”

Category: Corporate Publishing
Client: Unilever Caribbean Limited
Year: 2008-2020
The cover was designed by Unilever PLC.
Upload Image...

Readymix (West Indies) Annual Reports

Building to Last for Generations

Category: Corporate Publishing
Client: Readymix (West Indies) Limited
Year: 2012-2018

Angostura Internal Branding

Stand out in the Noticeboard Clutter!

In 2010, we got a really nice assignment from Angostura’s HR department. HR felt that its messages were not getting through to the workers, and rightly got us to do an internal branding campaign for them.  We developed a template for the department to be used in all its communications (powerpoint presentations, information leaflets and so on). Part of the roll-out were more or less wacky posters that really stood out when pinned on the cluttered noticeboards in the factory and offices. Here are some samples!

The Spirit of Traditions Herbal Exhibition

This exhibition, held in 2003 by the Museum at the House of Angostura in association with the Herbarium at the University of the West Indies and the Caribbean Association of Researchers and Herbal Practitioners demonstrated the wide variety of flora found within Trinidad and Tobago. The long and established tradition of herbal healing, curing and minding has been handed down through oral tradition for centuries. For those who believed these to be ‘old wives tales’, that stereotype was removed with the endearing collaboration of science and tradition utilised in the exhibition, highlighting the many uses of botanicals in our everyday lives.

The Spirit of Christmas – The Divine Child Exhibition

For the Museum at the House of Angostura’s “The Spirit of Christmas” display in 2002, we came up with the idea of paying tribute to the cosmopolitan culture of Trinidad and Tobago. The exhibition, centered around the divine child, depicted the divine child through the ages in the many cultures of our nation, as well as the various religions. From the traditional child to the Amerindian to the Hindu, the Christmas exhibition was designed for all of Trinidad and Tobago’s peoples.

The Spirits of Trinidad and Tobago Caribbean Folklore Exhibition

 

 

 

 

 

 

Museum at the House of Angostura