Road safety magazines from B3 Creative: Way to Go, Get Ahead and Good to Go
  • 12th May 2015
  • get ahead, good to go, primary school, road safety, way to go,

Road safety education – filling the gap

One of the casualties of the funding cuts of recent years has been national road safety campaigns aimed at children and young people. National TV adverts have been dropped and there have been cuts at the local level, too, from Read more...

Solihull road safety campaign
  • 13th February 2015
  • children, road safety, Solihull, teenagers, West Midlands,

Road safety in the West Midlands

Young people in Solihull, West Midlands, are getting to know more of B3 Creative's road safety campaigns every day. Currently we have no less than four different initiatives running in the region. The latest is aimed at teenagers Read more...

  • 11th November 2014
  • cakes, Green's, kids cake mix, licensed product, Scooby-Doo!, Shaun the Sheep,

Extending Green’s children’s cake mix range

Sometimes you can have your cake and eat it. You see, recently, we've been designing the packaging for some fantastic new Kerry Food's children's cake mix products. And last month, we organised a photo-shoot for the product shots on the Read more...

  • 29th October 2014
  • Battersea Power Station, Book, history, lambeth council, Martin Hargreaves, Nine Elms, Publishing, Vauxhall,

Vauxhall and Nine Elms: a changing world

You might think B3 Creative, Damien Hirst and the USA Embassy don't have all that much in common (though we do quite like the way the artist and a major US institution have linked up in Leicester Square). But what B3 Creative and these Read more...

  • 17th October 2014
  • children, screen time, tablets, technology,

Children and tech – a worrying trend?

By Isabel Douglas This week, the first public case of someone being treated for technology addiction hit the press. A man in America, admitted to rehab for alcohol problems, was also asked to surrender his technology. On handing Read more...