Alliance for Intellectual Property is a unique coalition of trade and enforcement organisations, providing a single voice for those who share an interest in promoting innovation and growth through intellectual property in the UK. The Alliance approached Fink Creative for a new logo design and also a promotional banner/poster showing the importance of IP within the UK.
The London Games Festival Art Exhibition was curated by Ukie as part of The London Games Festival, celebrating the culture of games and the hugely creative talent within the interactive entertainment industry. The art exhibition was held at City hall and was supported by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, and brought together a unique collection of game art featuring some never-before-seen pieces from the world of games. The majority of the art on display in the collection was available to buy through an online auction, with all proceeds going to SpecialEffect, a unique charity doing whatever it takes to help everyone with disabilities to have a better quality of life through games, art and technology.
Fink Creative have worked with Ukie for quite a few years and were more than happy to help out with the website, online auction and promotional elements, in addition Fink donated and created a press advert for the games trade publication (MCV) to help promote the event and the all important auction.
Check out the Art Exhibition at www.londongamesart.com
The UK film and video industry regulator, the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC), is responsible for the national classification of films within the United Kingdom and are the instigators of the age ratings that we all see and use daily to guide us on film suitability. The BBFC initially approached Fink in order to educate the public on the correct use of age ratings and why they are there through a range of websites and media.
The CBBFC website: The BBFC tasked us with creating a website, to educate primary children on film classification, in a fun way. Based on the BBFC building, the site uses illustration and animation to create an enticing experience, including competitions, film clips, review submissions and an educational tool in classroom sessions.
The SBBFC website: Fink also undertook the student site – targeting GCSE, A-Level and Degree students. The site needed to be different in style and contains many resources, presented in a stylish, easy to navigate format.
The PBBFC website: The aim of this site was to inform parents about current film ratings, and has proved to be a popular asset, often quoted by film reviewer Mark Kermode on BBC Radio.
Many people recognises the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) age rating symbols at the start of a film but most people don’t really understand how and why a film gets it’s rating.
This is why the BBFC decided to educate schools and colleges on their rating system through a a DVD pack, promotional leaflet and college classroom poster, using film images within the design to grab the viewers attention and highlight the BBFC’s role within the entertainment sector.