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Goodwood Festival of Speed 2009

Published: July 24, 2009 - by: Stuart - Under: New Projects,News

For the 9th year running Freestone were commissioned to create all the Graphics for the Mercedes-Benz structure at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2009.

This year the structure covered a 1225m2 area with 65 meters of interior wall space and 45 meters of external glass to be covered with creative design – a total of 110 meters! (more…)

Aston Martin Rapide

Published: July 14, 2009 - by: freestone creative - Under: New Projects,News - Tags:

freestone have just completed the design and production of presentation materials and a prospective customer pack for the Aston Martin Rapide.

The creative embodied the evolution of the Nautilus shell and it’s similarities to the development of the Rapide project – the shell – a symbol of beauty and proportional perfection with a beautifully designed, light, strong and resilient outer layer that safely transports it’s occupants, cocooned from the outside world. (more…)

The “not so silent” salesman

Published: June 16, 2009 - by: Stuart - Under: New Projects,News - Tags:

“We were briefed by the client to increase the awareness of Mitsubishi Canter within the Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicle Dealer network. The device also needed to inform the customer about the versatility of the Mitsubishi Canter due to the absence of on-site salesperson in some of the Dealerships.

The solution was a bespoke stand which became the information hub for the Mitsubishi Canter. (more…)

The ultra exclusive Aston Martin One-77

Published: November 25, 2008 - by: Stuart - Under: New Projects,News - Tags: ,

freestone wins creative pitch to promote the world’s most expensive car.

Conceived at Aston Martin’s stunning new Design Studio facility by Sheffield born Marek Reichman; the man also responsible for the elegant Aston Martin Rapide, project One-77 is an ultra-exclusive £1.2 million super car/work-of-art. A maximum 77 of these bespoke, seven litre, V12 powered creations will be produced – hence the name.


The Children’s Society, St Paul’s Cathedral installation

Published: November 11, 2007 - by: Paul - Under: New Projects - Tags: ,

Following a successful pitch into The Childrens Society, we were commissioned to build a small-scale exhibition stand/installation at St Paul’s Cathedral. It was a great chance to work in such a historic building, although the sound of a hammer on wood certainly echoes around in there!