National Trust in The Midlands
Branding | Design | Advertising | Signage | Print
Below is a small selection of the varied design and artwork projects I have worked on for the National Trust in The Midlands.
Double Page Spread
Double page spread advert in the Peak District Visitor Guide.
Designed to promote the National Trust properties within or on the edge of the Peak District, using the brand guidelines and fabulous photography.
The National Trust wanted a calendar to promote walks in The Midlands.
The brief was to make use of the wonderful photograph they had and to highlight key aspects of the area. My finished design was printed on a recycled material, which was in-keeping with the subject.
What’s on guide for Kedleston Hall
The ‘what’s on guide’ for Kedleston Hall needed to be small enough to be kept in a bag or car, but big enough to have all the events on for an entire year.
For the solution I designed a 24 page DL leaflet. Flat size was A2, it folded in half, then into a concertina fold.
Harwick Hall Leaflets
Usually, the brand guidelines had to be followed very closely, but other times – for example the Hardwick Experience leaflets – involved working with illustrators, taking their art and creating promotional material, but still keeping the essence of the National Trust.
This brief was to come up with a solution which would include all the National Trust properties scattered over the Midlands.
The solution was a ‘at-a-glance’ pocket guide that members could keep in their bag or car to refer to quickly when out and about.