Foundry34 have been appointed as digital agency by Michelin Star restaurant The Pony and Trap. Based in rural Bristol the restaurant is run by award winning chef Josh Eggleton. In 2003 he was successful in his quest to become the Gordon Ramsay college scholar, following his success in this coveted competition he has travelled the world working with some of the world’s finest chefs in some of the world’s most notable restaurants.
Foundry34 will be working on a complete new web presence for the restaurant along with facilities for integrating and publishing social media. The aim is to maintain the simple, rustic aesthetic of a high quality country restaurant while integrating all of the mobile compatibility and social media that users expect. Watch this space for progress!
Archive for August, 2011
Foundry34 are pleased to announce yet another account win after being selected by ethical children’s toy wholesaler and retailer Mushroom and Co to develop a new brand identity and packaging for their products. Produced from 100% natural rubber with hand painted finishes the products are environmentally friendly and suited as gifts for babies and small children as teething or bath toys.
Foundry34 will be producing a comprehensive brand identity and guidelines for the company as well as advertising, packaging, point of sale and web presence. We believe this company has a great product and we look forward to the challenge of bring the brand to life!
Congratulations go to Foundry34 team member Andrew James Tait on his recent promotion to Senior Designer and Developer. Andrew has been with Foundry34 since starting in 2008 as a fresh graduate from a multi media design degree. Since that time he has proven himself as a highly capable designer and developer equally at home working on print or digital projects as well as helping the company cultivate its own vision and ethos. Andrew will continue to work directly on client projects with an increased role in project and team management. With several new account wins and new recruitment plans for the company Andrew will have a key role in the development of Foundry34.