Sometimes we write stuff
Social media at the museum
For one year now, we’ve been hired to work on a communication strategy for eight museums in Neuchâtel.
A stamp designed by Lemon
It’s pretty rare for our work to end up in collectors’ albums. And yet, we’ve recently created a stamp for the Swiss Post. This was an unusual project, not just because of its format, but also because of the object itself. This is the first time that we’ve worked on such a small surface with such a big story to tell!
An identity of character
Would you like to give your texts a touch of the Neuchâtel accent? Why not write them in “Neuchatel Regular”, a font that we’ve just created, inspired by typically Neuchâtelois architectural symbols. This creative endeavour is the result of a call from the City of Neuchâtel’s authorities after the fusion of the canton’s capital with Corcelles-Cormondrèche, Peseux and Valangin.
A stay with scotland’s paper craftsmen
In August, we were lucky enough to be invited by Antalis and Arjowiggins to the lovely city of Aberdeen, in Scotland. On the programme was a visit to the Stoneywood Paper Mill, a paper manufacturing plant, and the discovery of how to make watermark rolls. As the cherry on the cake, we were to visit a local distillery and participate in whiskey-tasting and the tasting of other local delicacies. Here we go!