Category Archives: Creative Pitching

Another win

Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council have just appointed us to create a brand identity and marketing materials for a new project called ‘Take pART’. An Arts based initiative which aims to increase participation in the arts and inspire and engage the local communities in the arts and cultural life of the County Borough.

Black Sheep took part in a 4-way creative pitch, in which, Cultural Services Arts Development Officer, Caroline Cowles said, ‘The Take pART Steering Group met yesterday to discuss the tenders received and your proposed ideas met the key aspects of our design brief’.

Look out for the results here over the coming weeks.


Reaching out for new creative

Estyn, the office of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education and Training in Wales, have just appointed us to produce an informative & educational timeline poster for schools in Wales. Raising awareness of Estyn’s profile and promoting its work, to celebrate their centenary year. Look out for the results over the coming weeks.

The ones that got away…

Just uploaded to Flickr. You’ll find some of the concepts that we’ve produced for prospects & clients that either didn’t make the final cut or we’re developed into something different.

This set gives us the opportunity to show you some of the creative we like, that never saw the light of day.

Smiths News Plc.

Jack & Rob are in Reading today, presenting concepts to the board of Smiths News PLC. for the design & production of their latest set of Annual Report & Accounts.

We love customers who value the creative that they commission so much that they’re prepared to pay for the pitch process.

What a refreshing change!

Seven year itch

After seven years of meetings, lots of badgering and pitching. We’ve done it!

After a 3-way creative pitch, we’ve been awarded the contract for design & production of the latest, Sports Council Wales Annual Report & Accounts. We’ll keep you up-dated on it progress over the coming weeks & maybe a sneak peak at one of our concepts that didn’t make it.