Posted by: Schawk | Date added: Mon 18 Apr 2011
Embracing Royal Wedding fever (and secretly satisfying a long term ambition to build a Post-it creation), boutique digital design agency (untitled), part of Schawk Inc, have ordered in over 4,000 Post-it notes to create a mural in celebration of the forthcoming Royal Wedding.
Aiming to fill their offices’ street- facing windows with the giant Post-it note pixilated art creation, the team at (untitled) will began the task of strategically placing Post-it notes to form the design from 4 pm on the 13th of April 2011 and finished late afternoon on the 14th of April 2011.
“We have been thinking about making a Post-it note mural for some time, but we never got round to it, partly because we simply couldn’t find a reason to create one. The forthcoming Royal Wedding presented us with a great opportunity to embrace the royal wedding mania and get the whole creative team involved. And of course, let’s face it; it’s a great excuse to spend the afternoon creating with Post-its”.
3M say that the Post-it note was invented as a solution without a problem, so it seems appropriate to use them to develop our very own creation without a reason. Some of the best art is made from the most basic resources; Chris Ofili had elephant dung, Tracy Emin had her knickers – we have Post-its!”
When I think of color I think of light.
Date added: Wed 17 Jan 2018
Schawk completes acquisition of Brandimage - Desgrippes & Laga to further enhance its brand development capabilities
Date added: Thu 20 Oct 2011
Brand Deployment Division Pushes The Boundaries of 3D in Print
Date added: Tue 11 Oct 2011
Schawk, Inc. -- (NYSE: SGK), a leading provider of brand development and deployment services, enabling companies of all sizes to connect their brands with consumers, has announced that it entered into an agreement to acquire substantially all of the assets of Lipson Associates, Inc. and Laga, Inc., which does business as Brandimage – Desgrippes & Laga, or “Brandimage.”
Date added: Mon 26 Sep 2011
Ian Miles of Schawk looks at how saving money on image quality can impact negatively on campaign response
Date added: Mon 09 May 2011