We really appreciate the delicacy of the laser engraving to the straw and pad print to the tube on this straw set which gives it an exquisite finish! The glowing orange lid & silver plus white accessories cannily tie-in with the core brand colours.
For this project we used our Extendable Reusable Straw (MP21842).
Here we have another from our friends over at TLC and this time it was a glowing set of digitally printed Melamine Coasters to partner up with their dazzling mugs! What impresses us the most with these coasters is the dominant levels of hierarchy that the designs enforce courtesy of the thick strokeline towards the edges.
For this project we used our Melamine Coaster (MP13911).
Sometimes less is more in the world of promotional merchandise and this pencil pack job we did for Homes for Lambeth sums this up to a tee! Pad printed using the entire branding area available the artwork has no rival on the vibrant white box, giving it oodles of exposure!
For this project we used our Colouring Pencil Pack (MP11358).
This Middleton Bottle for ECL is stunningly uncomplicated giving it a high level of quality & desirability. Using a sharp screen print for their 3 colour logo we decided to run the logo down the bottle for maximum exposure when the smooth bottle is in hand.
For this project we used our Middleton 500ml Metal Bottle (MP21951).
The contrast between the deep blue and crisp white print of Trayport's artwork is what really made this project stand out for us! Sharp looking and screen printed to either side, the soft feel of the rubber grip combines to give this set a distinct & desirable looking finish.
For this project we used our Winslow Glass Bottle (MP21072).
This Litho printed Brite-Mat Mouse Mat is bouncing with colour! Using a complimentary dark grey as a backdrop the intricate artwork bursts off of its counterpart with the use of the stunning gradient that cuts across the lower section.
For this project we used our Brite-Mat Mouse Mat (MP13846).
The team here at mojo instantly fell in love with this stunning set of Durham Mugs we produced for TLC! For this striking set we used a transfer print which gave the quality of the print that extra edge for a higher level of consistency when it came to matching as close to their brand colours as possible. ssible.
For this project we used our Durham Mug (MP13693).
One of recent projects for Homes for Lambeth included this slick looking hand sanitiser. Digitally printed on a clear label their logo is given an effortless finish against the clear nature of the bottle and liquid leading to an established & glossy looking aesthetic.
For this project we used our 60ml UK Carabiner Clip Hand Sanitiser (MP22212).
This stunning trio for our friends over at Krispy Kreme has come out an utter treat! On this project we used a screen printing method for the bag & notebook then used a premium laser engrave technique for the bottles and pens for a touch of class & style. To really tie-in the whole set they chose a set of vibrant reds on each to give the set a distinguished finish, offering the finished pieces that next level desirability.
For this project we used our Welcome Back Packs (MP22188).
With the ability to print to the entirety of each panel of these rugby balls, De Montfort University went for this impeccable design which combines to give a stunning level of hierarchy and exposure. Each panel of this mini version is made from pimpled rubber, and with the design elements in mind they add up to an authentic and rugged feeling rugby ball!
For this project we used our Full Size Promotional Rugby Ball (MP14669).
This set of Senator Nature Plus ballpens simply speaks for itself! Each of the plush colour choices give off a subtle glare when held to light which delicately compliments the white, screen printed artwork.
For this project we used our Senator Nature Plus (MP16018).