Infrabel manages the railway infrastructure in Belgium. Since there are still numerous accidents involving trains each year, they wanted to educate kids about the dangers around railways. We developed an educational book that teachers can order for free on Infrabel’s website. When they teach a class on this subject, they can use the book as a support.
Throughout the book, children learn how to be safe in three distinct places: on the platform at the station, at a crossing, and along the train tracks. Thanks to the fun activities, they will know perfectly how to stay safe when close to trains. Further, they will become real Infrabel ambassadors who spread the word to their friends and families about the dangers of crossing train tracks, walking along train tracks, or standing on train platforms.
Puy du Fou is a French theme park that is all about history. They recreate several time periods with big shows and spectacles. We created a fun product to be sold in their gift shop: a book which allows kids to be creative and recreate the different costumes they have seen throughout their visit or to come up with their own creation.
It is a luxurious book with many different elements. There are rings which allow you to detach the plastic stencils. There are some colored examples of women in different dresses to inspire kids, and pages with fabric printed on them. They can use the plastic stencil to cut out the different dresses and paste them onto the models. Kids will feel like they are fashion designers, and at the same time, they learn more about historical costumes!
Orange is a Belgian telecom provider. They participated in some of the events around the release of the movie “The Smurfs and the Lost Village” and they wanted to hand out some goodies in order to make a greater impact with their marketing efforts. We created a coloring book for them with drawings of the Smurfs. The result is a fun little book which fitted easily into goodie bags.
The brand in this case is only present on the covers which they designed themselves because of strict internal regulations on their graphic charter.