A fingerprint formed by handwritten phrases, an EEG of the brain’s response to kindness, and a turtle designed by renowned illustrator Rebecca Sutherland all feature in striking new packaging for Essity-owned tissue brand Tempo in Italy, created by WMH&I. The new designs are driven by Tempo’s three brand pillars of Kind to Self, Kind to […]
Branding agency WMH&I has created a new identity for London’s biggest education charity, INSPIRE, following the merger of two Education Business Partnerships (EBP) – INSPIRE and 15 Billion. The rebrand reinforces the enlarged organisation’s role and purpose as a flagbearer for a more diverse workforce across the capital. Retaining the INSPIRE name as the more established […]
Following recent client wins from Amazon, Swiss sustainable building materials group Holcim, and High Liner Foods, WMH&I is bolstering its creative department with two senior appointments. Both will report to Mark Nichols, Creative Director at the agency. James Flint has been promoted to Design Director only two years after joining WMH&I as a Creative Lead. The move comes […]
Claire Robertshaw and Richard Denney Chair The 25th FAB Awards FINAL Jury Deliberations for Design and Advertising, respectively.
The FAB Awards – International Food and Beverage Creative and Effectiveness Awards – announce the Jury Chairs for the 25th edition of the awards. The Awards Programme recognises the critical contribution that outstanding creative work makes to build brands, it identifies and rewards the leading practitioners from over 60 countries, and it acknowledges their contribution to […]
Are trends dying? One of the most traditionally accepted fashion trend cycle theories is that it lasts 20 years and undergoes 5 phases: This 20-year cycle is still present today for macrotrends, however, the lifespan of microtrends has been compressed. Before they lasted 3 to 5 years, now they can go through the same 5 stages […]
WMH&I appoints Ewan Ferrier as Creative Director
You’ve likely seen many articles touting the uncapped potential for brands in the metaverse. A visually and audibly rich interconnected 3D space with unlimited creativity is an obvious playground for marketers. Entry points are clearer for brands reliant on easily digitised senses like sight and sound, but you can’t eat pixels so what can the metaverse do for F&B brands reliant on taste?
What do Pixels taste like?
In the seventy years on the throne, the Queen has become part of graphic design history too. Her face gracing the front of Royal Mail stamps since her coronation. WMH&I celebrates Her Majesty’s Jubilee with a colourful window display at their studio, showing all the kings and queens of WMH&I on the famous stamp design.
WMH&I Jubilee Window Display
Williams Murray Hamm And Identica Join Forces In A New Creative Agency