Maltby’s local artist and comedian!

Maltby’s local artist and comedian!

We had a bit of fun designing these for local artist Dave Brennan. Dave was after some new business cards following a change in contact details and we put it to him, what better way to advertise himself than with one of his own humourous cartoons!

We think they are quite eye-catching and capture just the sort of artist that Dave is. A business card is not just about contact details after all and can be a vital part of conveying an idea or theme for an organisation or individual.

Robust, durable, virtually indestructible!

…er, well almost! Kingdomedia have been busy designing some durable, plastic business cards for International Freight Solutions. No more squashed and creased business cards, but some slick, professional ones that will be great for IFS sales reps to take out and about on the road.

These business cards will also be used at up and coming exhibitions such as the stall IFS have at Rotherham and Barnsley Chamber of Commerce business networking event.

If you want a business card that stands out contact us to discuss your requirements.

Changes bring a new season

A1 Poster for Liberty Church by KingdomediaFollowing on from our last blog post, well we’ve been at work again to reflect some more changes that are happening. In this particular case we like to think of this job as announcing a new season for Liberty Church Rotherham. We have just put together an updated A1 poster print for them, to be used as an indoor noticeboard graphic in the foyer of their building, which reflects some staff changes and an updated list of all the activities that this busy church gets up to.

Displayed in a wall-mounted Silver Snap Frame, this design solution makes a very cost effective way of presenting your organisations regular events / operations. If you have a media budget, this is one item which won’t break your bank, but will enhance your building’s marketing materials. Message us today for a personalised estimate.

Change is here to stay

Promotional flyer for Lost Chord Charity by KingdomediaChange is something to get used to in the world of design and with changes constantly happening for people and events often comes a new poster, a new flyer, or a new update on social media.

Our latest project has been to update Lost Chord’s general promotional flyer. This is a revision of the old one, with some further brand development and some new images, from a recent photoshoot for which we were commissioned.

‘It’s all happening at the Wesley Centre!’

Wesley Centre mailshot brochure by KingdomediaIt really is all happening and this is the title of a new promotional brochure that we have just designed, for Maltby Community Development Trust, to promote the various business and community activities that take place at The Wesley Centre.

This colourful and vibrant publication captures advertising for a whole host of things from facilities to community groups and also promotes the Wesley Centre’s website and social media, to gain more interested parties. Over 10,000 of these have been printed and if you live in Maltby watch out for one coming through your door in the very near future!

Youth vibes in Liberty Lounge

Liberty Church Rotherham approached Kingdomedia to provide wall art and outdoor signage for their new state-of-the-art youth basement. The room needed to be branded to provide a youth-friendly feel and is going to be used for a variety of youth events.

We used cut vinyl in various colours displayed on a backdrop of different walls. Special thanks to Marcin from decorative stickers for the supply and installation of the wall graphics.

The basement has been completely transformed, bearing in mind it was a dingy dumping ground before being repainted and redesigned, we think it now has the ‘wow’ factor.

The secret’s out… We can now tell you to VOTE LOST CHORD!!!

For the last couple of months we have been sworn to secrecy and have been working behind the scenes to help Lost Chord’s marketing campaign to win £50,000 from the People’s project.

Lost Chord have been shortlisted from hundreds of applications and we can now announce that you can VOTE now (see www.lost-chord.co.uk) to nominate Lost Chord as the charity to win the money which will support sufferers of dementia through Lost Chord’s vital work.

Here at Kingdomedia we have been very busy creating promotional materials ranging from posters/flyers to digital marketing to support the voting campaign. We have also timed our latest edition of Lost Chord’s bi-annual newsletter so that the campaign can be shared far and wide as these go out to Lost Chord supporters in the post.

Introducing Rainbow Counselling

Well it’s another great cause close to our heart, and as we introduce Rainbow we would also like to take this opportunity to introduce Andy’s wife, PA and the lady in charge of Kingdomedia’s accounts: Anna.

Poster for Rainbow Counselling by KingdomediaAnna has worked in the charity sector for many years and is a qualified counsellor, working in a variety of settings and helping a variety of people across South Yorkshire. One of the places she works, Rainbow Counselling (check out their website: www.rainbowcounselling.org.uk for more info), needed some new promotional materials to advertise their services and so we were only too happy to help.

At Kingdomedia we have built up some amazing supplier relationships over the years, making us fortunate enough to buy all our print at trade price, which helps us to pass on great savings to our customers. If you want ‘professional design’ and ‘great value promotional materials’, contact us to see how we can help you.

Ho, ho, ho and donations please!

Well it’s the sleigh run we have all been waiting for! Bring on the Christmas cheer and donations are very welcome for local causes supported by Maltby Rother Valley Lions. Kingdomedia has been getting in the festive spirit by designing some promo cards and Sleigh Run Schedule posters for the Lions. The Sleigh Runs have now started and so we thought we’d add a link to see what the Lions have been getting up to!

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