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Look who popped in to see us!

2 October 2018

We were delighted to welcome HRH The Prince of Wales into our studio/gallery during his visit to Kirkharle Courtyard on 12 September.

It's a Hard Rock Life

28 August 2018

Phillips Creative have been appointed as architectural consultants and designers to the Hard Rock Café Monaco, Casino Square. Among the many challenges presented by the brief, incorporating the essence of the Hard Rock brand into the grand styling of the existing surroundings was no walk in le parc.

Conceptual visual materials from hand-drawn artist impressions to more detailed CGI renderings have been prepared for this prestigious acquirement, projected to open in 2020. More soon.

Northumberland Sketchbook — Early 2019 Publication

21 August 2018

The third instalment in Peter Phillips' ongoing ‘sketchbook series’ will celebrate the breathtaking beauty of the length and breadth of Northumberland, the wildest and most romantic county of all.

The scope of this book is to cover his favourite, more popular locations as well bring into focus some lesser-known places of interest and a few hidden surprises.

Scheduled for an early 2019 publication, we will have more info on the Northumberland Sketchbook in the coming weeks.

Wynyard Park — a different vision

19 April 2018

Phillips Creative has worked closely with Wynyard Park to create a brand and identity to set them apart, define the company ethos, and determine aspirations.

A joint venture company, Wynyard Park was formed in 2005 with the purpose of creating one of the country’s largest mixed use developments at 885 acres, delivering a new settlement incorporating business space, health and recreational facilities and new homes.

The various marketing materials and literature we have produced, as well as project co-ordination for the whole development from corporate identity to landscaping, serve to enhance an already strong position in the marketplace.

Unlocking the Wooden Underworld

28 March 2018

The Vindolanda Trust, with the support of a £1.3m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, has secured the future of its significant collection of wooden Roman artefacts and enabling the public to see them for the first time together in a purpose-built gallery.

Project design from conceptual pre-tender stages through interim reports, all museum design and on-site supervision, all subsequent graphic and illustrative materials, as well as the commissioning of wooden sculptural items, were provided by Phillips Creative.

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