This year Hillside had the opportunity to give Eden Court Theatre and Cinema a fresh new look for their brochure, and we’re delighted to finally be able to share it! It’s a bold departure from the previous brochure – now a biannual release rather than three times a year, it is twice the length as before.
This new design is a simplification; the contents page – once a listing of every show – has been stripped down to the basics, ticket information has been reduced, shows are listed chronologically rather than by genre. Each month has its own section, beginning with a bold opening spread and tidbit of information about Eden Court. These are followed by some highlighted shows, which get more space. Covering six months of performances, we aimed to develop a design with an extended shelf life. See the full brochure here.
This month we’ve given a visual identity to a new project from our regular client Social Investment Scotland; the SIS Ventures. The purpose of this fund is to support social entrepreneurs to create and sustain employment opportunities, improve health and fitness, support the homeless and those marginalised within our local communities; all of these activities which are helping shape more vibrant and cohesive communities in Scotland.
The Festival Guide for this year’s TweedLove is now out for all bike lovers to enjoy! 100 pages jam packed with info about riding bikes and having a good time. There are several additions to this year’s programme and plenty to choose from for bike enthusiasts of all levels, whether you prefer grit, dirt or tarmac. All the bikes - all the riding!
Our latest design project is a full revamp of the seasonal event brochure for Fife Cultural Trust, which we successfully tendered for in March. An insightful and rewarding design process, working with some great people in Kirkcaldy. We have developed a brand new layout and colour scheme, and reinvented the ON logo with a bright and inviting floral font cover for the summer issue.
A contemporary celebration of the life and work of Scotland’s national poet Robert Burns took place in Edinburgh 25-27 January http://www.redredrosestreet.co.uk
A wonderful festival that we’re thrilled to work with! In addition to the overall look and feel we developed a set of illustrations to some of Robert Burns’ poems, for a family trail in Rose Street.
We started the year with a refreshing logo design project for Bon Bon, a start-up geleteria in Leith. The client wanted to communicate a mix of ‘Italian Scottish tastyness’ and we came up with a Highland Cow ice cream. Yum!
Happy New Year! To mark the beginning of 2018, we’ve created a new potfolio featuring some of our favourite work from last year. Take a peek here. We’re also happy to announce that we will be giving our website a much overdue spring clean this year, so stay tuned or sign-up to our newsletter to receive updates.
To all our wonderful clients, friends and supporters - have an amazing Christmas and a Happy New Year! We will be closed for the festive season from Thursday 21 December to Wednesday 3 January 2018.
We can finally reveal what we’ve been working on for the last few months - the design of the new exhibition at the National Library of Scotland, ‘The International Style of Spark’. This has been such an amazing project to web involved in and we couldn’t be happier with the final result - a vibrant, pop-art inspired portrait of an unforgettable Scottish writer, adventurer and style-icon.