Giving Harman a brand experience. Taking the values and essence of the brand and bringing it to life.
Levells have just completed the design and production of the first in a range of bespoke luxury boxes, to show off Deakin and Francis's product and heighten the purchasers buying journey and experience.
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.
We are proud to be the lead design partner to ‘The world’s finest cufflink manufacturer’, Deakin & Francis, positioning them for their next level of growth.
Christmas has been well underway at D&F for a long while now and a considered social media campaign has now started. The campaign brand blends unique craft and quality in a fun yet luxurious way.
Covering an update on the company business plan and performance for both UK and Europe, this film needed to be clear and concise, yet at the same time dynamic and engaging.
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.
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.
An energetic SME run by an equally energetic CEO. Really getting under the skin of their culture and personality of the CEO, allowed us to create a brand true to the values and vision of this forward thinking business.
Founded in 1786, Deakin & Francis quickly became a byword for quality handcrafted cufflinks. D&F cufflinks have featured everywhere, from being donned, by the rich and famous, to Harrods own branded cufflinks and more recently, being commissioned to feature in the film ‘Kingsman’. Our task was to evaluate its heritage, potential and appeal, and to define a brand and communications strategy to deliver the success and awareness this brand’s heritage and potential deserved.
From the cupolas of Russia to the urban geometry of inner city life, Sienna is Domino’s most inspired collection yet. Around the world inspirations were key to get across to the retailer and consumer, this wonderful collection of unique rings.
HARMAN, the global leader in connected car technology, appointed Levells, to promote the Bowers and Wilkins brand onto Jaguar, as the premium choice of audio. This communication piece was designed to excite the designers and procurement at JLR, to use B&W as an OEM.
Classed as Europe’s most comprehensive range of jewellery settings, shanks and components. This ‘bible’ for the jewellery industry is produced by Domino Jewellery and released every 4-5 years. Levells have been creating this book, showcasing the vast range of over 5500 items, for over 20 years. Each book takes nearly two years, art directing the content and creating this multi language, 200 page tome. This is the 4th volume.
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.
Levells created the packaging for a set of one-off DVD’s for audio specialist harman/ kardon, to promote the quality of their hi-end audio system Logic7, within the Range Rover vehicles. Demonstrating the ultimate surround sound of the in-car listening experience.
DSSE is a leading team of drainage contractors, specialising in drain maintenance on a nationwide scale. Levells were appointed by the organisation to create a new brand identity and associated communication.
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.
Mark Levell was approached to work with Tarmac, to create 3 leading publications that would promote Tarmac's key products used and their involvement in the 2012 Olympic Village build. A small limited run directed at key suppliers and stakeholders.
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.