Cumbria County Council Children’s Services provide information and resources to schools across Cumbria. As part of their program promoting diversity, they wanted an exhibition with unique and eye-catching artwork, high quality photos and layout. The exhibition includes eight A1+ posters
Lancaster Charity was originally established in 1860. They’ve been providing affordable, comfortable homes for people in Lancaster since 1913. They are part of the nationwide network providing almshouse accommodation. To help publicise their work and attract new tenants, Lancaster Charity asked
Windy Hill is wonderful family bakery in Lancaster. They make amazing bread, cakes, and hot veggie pasties. They wanted something simple to scribble notes and hand to customers. So we took some pics and created a series of four postcards.
Poet, writer, caricaturist, humourist. Frederick Webster wanted to showcase his past work online. Fred invited us into his home, where he works, to take some photos for the new site. His old Amstrad computer had trapped all his work on
The nice people at LESS wanted to expand their web presence to include a directory of local food. We built a new mini site and custom directory. The directory includes A-Z listing, category/attribute search, map view. CMS development Web Design
To increase their exposure in schools, Global Link asked us to create a poster and information leaflet to promote their Global Artist Network. This is part of an ongoing project that includes web design, video production and other promotional work.
To commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Lancashire ‘Witch’ Trials, we created an interactive exhibition built into a 6m by 3m marque on behalf of Stepping Stones Nigeria, a charity set up to raise awareness of child witchcraft accusation in
LESS is a Community Interest Company set up to inform and educate people and organisations about sustainable lifestyles and promote and provide sustainable solutions. Kathy and the team at LESS wanted a new website with a fully editable content management
In 2010, Medialune worked with Global Link Development Education Centre to develop an online directory of Global Artists working in schools in the North West. The project involved creating a website and CMS for adding and editing the directory. We