Fab Media win's branding project for Craft Union's new flagship store which has undergone a 1.4m refurbishment. The grade II listed building which dates back to 1874 will also be the Craft Union Pub support Hub with a suite of training and meeting facilities while generating 20 jobs in the local area. With currently over 300 sites around the UK with plans to increase to over 460 sites the company are determined to stay true to their Northern routes and invest in great quality pubs at the heart of the local communities.
Fab Media worked closely with the team building them a visual identity and representation of the brand.
Fab Media Creative Director Fabi Viola said:
“With venues across Yorkshire & nationally across UK, we were super proud that the team approached us to help bring their vision to life.The client wanted something a little different to the norm and to stand out from the rest of the venues, for it to become their flagship venue with others to follow in future. We created some very bespoke design and print to cater to wide target audience range that would appeal to young and older generation”
Fab Media create digital and print products for a wide range of clientele and sectors. Working across a diverse range of media ranging from branding, identity, marketing, print to web and digital design, some recent clients include Huddersfield charity Ruddi's Retreat, Bertie's Wedding venue & event hire in Elland, Longo & Co Ice Cream machine's of Huddersfield
The design team look forward on working together on future projects with the chain and Fab Media plan on continued growth throughout the year, winning new design contracts with local businesses and start up SME’s.
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"With venues across Yorkshire & nationally across UK, we were super proud that the team approached us to help bring their vision to life. "
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