Entrepreneurial start-up Kingsley Capital Partners came to us to develop a stand-out identity.
The MicroCoR COST network action was created to establish scientific exchange between European experts on the development of Coherent Raman (CoR) microscopy techniques.
The local crosses erected by King Edward I in memory of his wife Eleanor of Castile are subtly referenced in clear foil throughout the materials we designed and produced for MHO’s latest development.
Wathen Hall, considered to be one of the best concert venues to be built in London in the past decade, asked us to redesign their members’ materials, starting with an overview of their upcoming series of concerts.
Whether a start-up or a global brand, what all of our clients have in common is the desire to be the best at what they do and to stand out from the competition.
Dell Computers briefed 400 to develop the branding and application for a Partner event to be held in Paris.
When part of the world's most comprehensive collection of Great Britain and Commonwealth postage stamps was to be put on public display at The Stamp Show, Royal Mail turned to 400 to design a distinctive, secure, gallery-like space that reflected the rarity and value of the exhibits.
The CPA briefed 400 to create branding for an event to raise awareness of the issues to be addressed at the UN COP15 conference.
When asked to brand a firm of specialist tax advisors with a portfolio of services that overlap seamlessly with those of their clients, inspiration was found in the form of a simple Venn diagram.
When global experiential marketing firm RPMC were invited to tender for British Telecom’s 2012 Olympics hospitality and ticketing contract they briefed 400 to design a bid package that reflected the high quality of their offering.