Shimeji Creatives offers innovative ideas and formulas to produce a wide range of high quality video content including promotional and corporate films, reportages, and motion graphics.Read More
Our oingoing collaboration with a Chelsea based Lifestye Brand has been running close than a year and over this period we have supported and helped the business grow in a variety of ways by implementing a few effective strageties.Read More
When a relationship comes to an end, looking back is never easy. In the case of a relationship between creative agency and client, a breakup can offer the chance to learn and you might soon find out that the agency/client relationship actually has a lot more in common with a romantic relationships than one might think.Read More
At Shimeji Creatives we establish successful Partnerships with Restaurants and Foodbusinessses to help them grow in a crowded marketplace. During the initial consultation we talk about the Restaurants vision and identity, discuss, ideas and unique selling points and set priorities for the initial three months.Read More
Photographs and in particular stock photographs are the most commonly used visual element in promotional material for beauty Salons. The sense of déjà vu you get when looking at the same stock photo on different promotional material doesn’t only apply to beauty salons but it can happen across the entire lifestyle sector.Read More
Independent Makers Markets and shopping events have flourished all across London over the past years and Christmas offers a real opportunity to not only shop locally and buy unique and often handmade gifts, but also to support the capitals creative community in the process.Read More
MADE Bloomsbury, the Design and Craft Fair took place at Mary Ward House between May 21st and 22 2017. More than 70 designers, makers and artisans showcased their work across 3 floors and Jon Tutton, co-founder and Organizer of the Event shared with us the background and history of the event:Read More
The Newport Street Gallery is an art gallery in Vauxhall, which displays the personal art collection of Damien Hirst. It runs the length of Newport Street and has become a landmark in the area.Read More
For our new Series Urban Spaces we are looking at spaces that define a City.
House of Vans below Waterloo Station embodies the spirit of regeneration of an urban space. 30,000 square feet transformed into a creative outlet from an art gallery, a VansLab artist incubator space …Read More
Over 37 countries from all around the world are represented at the Speciality & Fine Food Fair and the Chocolate Fair 2016 at Olympia Exhibition Centre from September 4th to September 6th 2016. The SFFF16 includes 850 stands across 4,500 square meters of exhibition space …Read More
Building on the success of Brixton Design Trail in 2014/2015, Brixton becomes London Design Festival’s newest Design District in 2016. The theme of the Brixton Design Trail ‘Rebel Rebel’ pays homage to David Bowie, Brixton born he re-defined the boundaries of creativity, embracing music, art, film, fashion and identity.Read More
The last weekend of June 2016 was also the last weekend of operation for the Design Museum at it’s Shad Thames Location before its move west to Kensington later this year.
Before closing its doors on the Southbank, what better way to go out in style and attitude than with a blowout dedicated to 40 years of Punk culture in London.