It has been a winning first half of 2019 for Williams Murray Hamm, adding another 16 gongs to its trophy cabinet. The wins include work for Waitrose & Partners, Network Express, Network Rail, 21 Sid, Jewel & Temple, Baerbar and its own 20-year book (Blood, Sweat & Ideas).
Yesterday evening, WMH was awarded a Gold and Silver for its work with Waitrose & Partners. WMH created ‘Free From’, a completely new sub-brand concept for the retailer. The new design presents Free From as a positive, progressive eating choice, regardless of whether you have allergies or not. WMH’s visual identity, including pack designs, had already won several awards, including at New York Festivals, Transform, Creative Pool and Fresh.
The FAB Awards is a prestigious international awards program focused entirely on work done for Food And Beverage industry. It recognises the contribution that outstanding creative work makes to building brands. Entries from over 60 countries across advertising, design, digital and other media makes this a sought after award. WMH’s Free From won a Gold in Brand Redesign, and Silver in Packaging Design. Whilst our work for the London coffee shop, 21 Sid, also picked up a FAB Silver in the Brand Identity category.
As a proud partner of the Branded group, WMH collaborated with sister agency Technik on the artwork production of the Free From 50+ product range. Whilst photography was produced by Jonathan Gregson.
Author: Wybe Magermans – Managing Director.
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