Our new concept for Jessops has shifted their focus from hardware to print and beyond.
Made by Google. Created by Liberation.
We worked with Brooks to create a new retail concept. We have designed new fixtures and retail environments based on the core values of their brand.
We designed fixtures, graphics and visual merchandising for T-Mobile’s flagship store in Times Sq, New York.
Google may be the kings of search and services, but when it comes to hardware, they’re the new kids on the block.
Jessops turned to us to shape their future
Creating an award-winning dining experience in Shanghai
Sparking 20% sales uplift globally – year-on-year
Rebirth of a British icon
A pop-up experience for a new generation of photographers
Reebok approached Liberation to design its new shop-in-shop concept, complete with a new graphic language for its ‘Cross Fit’ offer.
The discovery that inspired an accessory range.
We provided the setting for Leica’s Q camera range launch event.
Wexport briefed Liberation to create the first premium department store in Cambodia.
Liberation were appointed by JJB Sports to transform and reposition the JJB brand, delivered via a new retail concept in only nine weeks.
Liberation created the brand logo, identity and retail concept. for MIXR - a young female fashion brand in China.
Vans appointed us to develop a new brand identity at retail.
Liberation has been working with Wrangler on the design of their new stores, shop in shops, showrooms and trade stands across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
K-Boxing is a premium men’s brand with over a thousand stores across China. Liberation was challenged with reinventing the brand from both a retail and communications perspective.
Liberation created an exciting range of brand activation ideas including 3D billboards, out of home advertising, window campaigns and pop-up shop in shops.
The Black concept store encourages customers to engage with technology on an emotional level by responding to their lifestyle needs.
Carphone Warehouse challenged Liberation to create a suite of 2D graphics and interactive, digital POS.
We were asked to create a stylish travel brand for the London newspaper Metro which would take the form of a quarterly pull out supplement.