Dynamic design for smart scaleups

The majority of entrepreneurs will endeavour to continue expanding their business. Convincing your customers that your product is ready, marketable and sustainable, and making the transition form startup to scaleup, isn’t easy. Read More

Hello Newcastle!

The time has come, and we have arrived! This week sees the opening of our new, Newcastle studio, located in the bustling heart of the North East’s creative capital.Read More

Saks Men: modern design, classic look

The latest in our portfolio of bold design for Saks Hair & Beauty UK is a suite of smart, simple graphics for their brand new Men’s salon concept. With the renowned high-street beauty salon group branching out with its first new men’s salon at the David Lloyd Club, in Leeds, they required suitably stylish images to go with their exciting new sub-brand.

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Delivering better again, for DeliverBEST

Not for the first time in 2017, we have worked on a vibrant, high-impact marketing project for DeliverBEST. Highlighting the issue of poor air quality in England’s capital city, DeliverBEST are communicating the value of efficient delivery between businesses, in order to reduce emissions caused by road pollution.Read More

Brand Identity for launch of MIDIH

In collaboration with 20 business partners, European innovation giants EIT Digital have launched the Manufacturing Industry Digital Innovation Hub (MIDIH) – and The Unknown Creative have delivered the brand identity for this multi-partner initiative.Read More

Fresh advertising campaign, for TGG

The Unknown Creative have commenced a 6 month advertising campaign for IT Consultants, The Grangeside Group. Running until the end of March, 2018, the campaign is promoting two specific areas of TGG’s diverse, and experienced consultancy work: Read More

On location, in Brazil!

Last week, in the UN House of Brazil’s capital, Brasilia, our work was featured in a seminar discussing the sustainability and whole life performance of social housing in the country.Read More

Designing for the Tech industry

The Tech industry is fulfilling, and expanding its limitless potential every day. It delivers a constant array of disruptive innovations to businesses and consumers. And while it has been in this perpetual state of evolution, The Unknown CreativeRead More

United Nations Social Housing Project

Today sees the launch of our first project delivered specifically for a South American audience. The United Nations Social Housing project, funded by Caixa bank, is a huge home-building enterprise currently underway in Brazil – with 16 Million new homes being built for vulnerable and homeless people across the country.Read More

Pitching in at Darlington FC

With three promotions in the last five seasons, Darlington FC have been one of the most consistent teams in non-league football for the last few years. Again they have started the new season positively, taking ten points from their first five games, and The Unknown Creative have never been far away from the action.Read More

Help! More men recognising eating disorders

NHS Digital data has shown that the number of hospital diagnoses for eating disorders, in men over 19, rose 70% between April 2015 and March 2016. One of the inspirations behind, and motivations of the iLL project was to increase awareness of the psychology behind this illness.Read More

Hi, Tech!

Right now, The Unknown Creative is working in 16 countries, across 4 continents, and producing some of the most innovative design we have done to date. Some of our most significant work has been created for the Tech industry, and its relentlessly progressive nature has made us change Read More

The design experience at TUC

For the last fortnight, The Unknown Creative have been blessed with a new member. Straight from the end of her first year at Polam Hall Sixth Form, Erin Temple, 17, has been engaging with her first experience of work within the design world.Read More

Summertime Tech, Europe

In the last month, we have witnessed a plethora of exciting, European tech exhibitions and festivals. From the start of London Tech Week, in mid-June, to Tech Open Air – which ended Friday – Read More

People, missing

The iLL project, by John Dunne, is a palpable commentary of sketching, drawing, and painting. It is his depiction of how mental illness, homelessness, and missing people are portrayed in society.Read More