Author Archives: Eric Tilley

Branding Buxton – identity comes to fruition

The new toolkit for the promotion of Buxton will have a grand launch event on 16 January. Since winning the tender to design the logotype for Buxton, it’s been a hectic few months. For the full story find out here…

On press with the Fringe programme

We’ve been working with the Buxton Festival Fringe on the marketing and promotion for this years event. The programme is the biggest part of the job and we recently went to the printers to see the job in production…

Tilley and Associates appointed to Buxton Festival Fringe

We’re delighted to be working with the arts sector once again and supporting the famous Buxton Fringe. Find out more…

Mapping the University of Derby

I’ve been lecturing at the University for three years now. This semester I was asked to design some promotional literature for the degree course and the students…

The smallest brochure we’ve ever designed!

We have helped launched the YMCA Youth Health Zone in Stoke-on-Trent, creating a distinctive mini-brochure, vehicle livery and marketing materials.

Homelessness: research report launched

We’ve had a few frantic weeks here, with several projects all having the same deadline!
One of these was a 48 page report about Homelessness in Stoke-on-Trent ‘Losing and finding a home; homelessness, multiple exclusion and everyday lives’.

YMCA North Staffordshire Supergraphic (or, how to turn a problem into a promotional opportunity)

We’ve created a number of large format ‘supergraphics’ in the past, what’s different about this one is that there is also a functional advantage – light and glare from the light in the reception area is reduced by 50%

Rebranding YMCA North Staffordshire

We have recently completed a significant body of design and marketing work for the YMCA in Stoke-on-Trent. This includes everything from re-designing their logotype, to a new website and site signage.

The Letterpress Renaissance and work for The Vegetarian Society

Letterpress appears to be making something of a comeback – the design press seems to be full of examples of this work at the moment. To add to this, we’re currently working on a self-promotional piece for Tilley and Associates, which will soon be printed using letterpress. (Watch this space!)