Even in this Internet age, most countryside and heritage organisations still find themselves producing some good old-fashioned printed leaflets, booklets and brochures.
A printed site guide can still be the most cost-effective way of informing visitors about nature reserves, country parks and heritage attractions. Walk guides and trails are often still most easily used in leaflet or booklet form. Physical newsletters or what’s-on programmes still have their place alongside e-mail and Facebook events.
We are experienced graphic designers and bring all our visual and interpretation writing skills to the task of producing printed matter that gets your messages across, and engages people with their environment. Our artists can produce bespoke maps and illustrations to the highest standard. And we only use environmentally-friendly papers.
As well as site interpretation, we also have years of experience of promotional print – brochures, events guides, posters, flyers, pop-ups and display stands, as well as organisational documents like annual reports.
Download samples of our work:
Ashford Green Corridor leaflet (PDF 6.6MB)
Bredhurst Woods leaflet (PDF 3.9MB)
Boxley Warren leaflet (PDF 4MB)
Kent Mammal Group leaflet (inside) (PDF 1MB)