The Royal Opera House, one of the world’s most prestigious cultural institutions, is a hugely significant addition to our portfolio of clients. We’re thrilled that our remit encompasses managing the organization’s creative brand development, promotions and media buying both online and offline.
Most recently our London office developed the key artwork for the Royal Opera House’s Winter 2012 brochure, which sets the tone for the upcoming season. The artwork developed draws on the primary themes of the programme’s featured productions, specifically the revival of Tosca and the eagerly awaited re-imagining of opera Eugene Onegin.
London Creative Director, Matt Dixon, developed the concept working alongside photographer Kevin Macintosh and Production Designer Daryl McGregor. The dramatic result, which features Royal Ballet principles Steven McCrae and Thiago Soares, has been inspired by the concept of memory, bringing to mind the fleeting moments in time and the chaotic store of distorted recollections that can determine subsequent lives.