Category Archive: Announcements


We have just received delivery of the Llangynhafal booklet we created for Denbighshire County Council / Cadwyn Clwyd.


The IFB bird

0 09 Jun 14


IFB is upon us here in Liverpool and we where asked by acme to produce some illustrations for their latest email. We would like to introduce you to Barry the budgie!



Recently we’ve been working on a little side project in the studio — our very own World Cup sweepstake postcard set! It’s a set of 32 cards, featuring illustrated animals to represent each country. We like to call them the Animal Allstars.



One of the campaigns Splinter worked on for Liverpool Community Health has just won an NHS Flu Fighter award, for ‘most innovative campaign’.

This is the happiest Kev has ever looked!


We’re delighted to announce the launch of a new project we’ve been working on for Liverpool City Region, called Nature Connected. We developed an entirely new brand, and have just launch the website to go with it.


A big HURRAH in the Splinter Office today, as our fabulous Flu Campaign (creative by us, photography by Matt at Dupe Creative) with Liverpool Community Health won a PR Week Award last night down in London.  The campaign, for Best Internal Communications, beat off competition from British Airways, Nokia, Philips and Avanade.



One of the projects we’ve been working on recently has been a site for the folks at The Fyzz, where you can create and print your own products – initially phone cases.

Going by the name of Label Soup, we’re hoping the site will go on to do big things, so watch this space for regular updates on the site.


A hearty pat on the back to our friends at Liverpool Community Health as their Comms and Marketing team and Splinter have been shortlisted in the category for ‘Best Internal Communications Campaign 2012/13’ in the PR week awards. Fingers crossed for a hat-trick as the Flu fighter campaign has already won a couple of awards, including the National NHS Flu fighter award.



…if you don’t happen to speak the gorgeously rich language of Wales then pop along to Llangollen Pavilion’s spanking new bilingual website, launched today for a translation. Cool beans to ex-Splintee Craig Magee, photography who took some amazing shots in sub-zero conditions and to Sarah, Ste and Adam for their sublime design.


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