1. We are delighted to have signed up to Ride to Work and Matt is excited to have got his bike order in. He will soon be breaking his Cardiff commute by hopping on two wheels for part of the way. So we reduce our environmental impact and get our employee's heart racing to boot. 

    Bike to Work

  2. Sheltering from a salty wind, the bwa team is proud to have recently been on-site installing new interpretation for Southwood Estate in Pembrokeshire. Our graphics created for this National Trust Wales site are just one example of the many heritage projects that we are involved with across the UK. 

    Southwood Estate 1

    Southwood Estate 2

  3. Named after the cheeky do-good fairies https://mabellucieattwell.com/blogs/news/33558468-the-boo-boos invented by our Creative Director’s great grandmother, Boo Boo is living up to her name. Forgiving the inevitable small puddle, we are embracing our enthusiastic new recruit. With a strong sense of play, a dogged curiousity and a willingness to please, our new office puppy fits in perfectly. She also follows through on what we all aspire to – the power nap. 

    office dog

  4. Ironic that PANTONE’S Colour of Year 2016 is Serenity (and Rose Quartz)… many of us will all be seeking mindfulness and an antidote to modern stress as we wake this morning. PANTONE’S Executive Director suggests that the 2016 colour generates ‘…a soothing sense of order and peace.’ As the American election result sinks in, our fears around order and peace mount. Trump’s election could mean ‘planetary disaster’ and here’s why… 

    On climate change: Trump believes climate change is a ‘hoax’ and promises to remove the US from its signatories. 

    On drilling for oil and gas: Trump supports more drilling in the Arctic and also on public land and off the US coast.

    On coal: Trump supports proposes expanding the use of coal as an energy source. 

    On the carbon tax: Trump refers to the policies on the carbon tax as ‘job killing’ policies 

    Pantone 2016 colour

    Clean power: Trump has promised to ‘roll back most of Obama’s environmental policies’ 

  5. Our new identity includes a new animated typeface.

    bwa new animated typeface

  6. We have just installed the second phase of the Stitches in Time exhibition at the National Trust property Hardwick Hall, with the arrival of the recently restored Lucretia tapestry. Additional elements include an updated iPad kiosk and new leaflet with extended content.

    Lucretia tapestry_interpretation installation_Hardwick Hall_National Trust

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