Kurt Geiger ‘Not for the gym’ Campaign
Kurt Geiger, the British footwear and accessories retailer requested our help to deliver
their Summer 2018 store rollout. We needed to create digital art alternatives for consideration
and to create windows with varying finishes and styles as well as installing across their store network.
We assigned a bespoke team of Pureprint experts to assist the Kurt Geiger visual merchandising team with their complex creative and used our production skills to generate print and varying material ready artwork to generate hundreds of print ready window elements from artwork,
production and installation in less than 7 days in 70 stores across the UK including special treatments for flagship stores.
Our installation service crafted a strict process to ensure the quality and finish required including starting with a re-installation cleanse in order to avoid bubbling of window graphics.
The benefit of one point of contact for design and production enabled this tight turnaround and ease of working for the brand. Our high quality installation service ensures that the effort put into the design is realised through the final window and one that lasts a season with the same finish from day 1 to the end of the campaign.
Creativity is the key to success in the future, and primary education is where teachers can bring creativity in children at that level.
Next morning the not-yet-subsided sea rolled in long slow billows of mighty bulk, and striving in the Pequod’s gurgling track, pushed her on like giants’ palms outspread. The strong, unstaggering breeze abounded so, that sky and air seemed vast outbellying sails; the whole world boomed before the wind. Muffled in the full morning light, the invisible sun was only known by the spread intensity of his place; where his bayonet rays moved on in stacks. Emblazonings, as of crowned Babylonian kings and queens, reigned over everything. The sea was as a crucible of molten gold, that bubblingly leaps with light and heat.