Building on the success of last years DRM campaign, Levells have created a beautifully crafted campaign, featuring atmospheric, real life instagram style portraits and in-house personnel to underpin the quality and craftsmanship that goes into making a precious stone product.
Our involvement with Brockway began when the premium carpet manufacturer, wanted to break into the ‘value’ end of the market, with a new carpet offering. Creating most luxurious carpets for generations, this side step approach was going to be a challenge.
The Laureates was created to provide Lovell with a stand alone site, to promote this prestigious location. Bringing a broad mix of local activities and beauty spots, in an engaging editorial style, The Laureates puts the development centre stage in the new homes arena.
Working with Deakin and Francis, Levells have just completed the design and production of the first in a range of bespoke luxury boxes, to show off their product and heighten the purchasers buying journey and experience.
When Domino Jewellery wanted to showcase their latest fashion pieces, they asked Levells to promote them in a beautiful look book, featuring atmospheric, almost filmic portraits of models, to capture the distinct personality of the diamond jewellery suites.
The continued brand building for Lovell New Homes, sees Levells develop a photographic brand style. These guidelines have been produced to ensure a more consistent look and feel across all Lovell imagery, to reflect the Lovell Brand Personality.
A clever PR exercise in bringing Jaguar personnel closer together, by producing a diary that displayed key Jaguar events and promotions.
The challenge, to create a brand styling and language, across IRC’s 70 offices around the globe, for continuity of message, for both staff and clients. To talk and act as one voice.
An extension to producing a brand for a business can come in the form of brand experience. This is taking the values and essence of the brand and bringing it to life.
Levells were approached by JQ BID, to produce a brand styling guide proposal, that would reflect their growth plans and ambitions over the next 2 years, covering the areas of working, living, learning and visiting the Jewellery Quarter.
Morgan Sindall Professional Services, one off the country’s leading design and engineering companies, appointed Levells to work with them in developing a master brand strategy, website, social media campaigns, roll-out and launch, that would redefine and reposition them for their next stage of development.
One of levells key areas, is working with progressive SME’s who want to own and dominate their sector and understand that marketing takes a significant role to achieve this.
Rosabella, a classic collection of diamond wrist wear, neckwear and earrings quite unlike any other. A very much Vogue and editorial influence was needed to reflect the quality of the pieces.
Building on the success of our first brochure, for ACS in 2015, Levells have created a ‘push the boundary’ approach for their new ‘brand positioning’ brochure. Reflecting their mission statement - ‘A clear purpose - to improve lives, communities and society.’
A communication piece demonstrating how to set up your head unit in your Toyota car. Aimed at 21 - 71 year olds using the latest technology in print and digital to demonstrate this.
A look book showing the key products of Deakin & Francis that will at a glance show the diversity and quality of what is on offer. To be given out to key retailers such as Harrods, Selfridges, boutiques both here and abroad.
A family owned business since it’s foundation in the 1940’s, Domino is one of Europe’s leading producers of both speciality components and stylish, precious jewellery suites manufactured and handcrafted in the UK.
We are proud to be the lead design partner to ‘The world’s finest cufflink manufacturer’, Deakin & Francis, aiding them with their next level of growth within the UK and to other global jewellery markets.
Mary Stevens Hospice came to Levells, to help with educating the public in how their everyday donated items, are distributed to make the most profit for the hospice.