A collaboration between the D8 Design Agency in Glasgow and Creative Director Graham Sturt resulted in the creation of a new design agency in Amsterdam. The new creative company will operate under the name D8, just like its Scottish sister.
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The D8 design agency was founded in 1999 and has always worked independently. With 50 employees, the company offers a multi-use client list including BBC, Remy Cointreau, Aldi, Greenpeace, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
D8: “The Stubborn Office”
Adrian Carroll, co-founder and creative director of D8: “We started our company 21 years ago, full of pride and completely independent. We never imagined that a stubborn Scottish agency would work successfully with clients from all over the world. We work with great passion for clients in the UK, but we see Also, our diverse offering fits perfectly with what global brands need. Good design can really work across borders. This is an opportunity for us that we want to seize. It’s important to be close to these clients. And what is the best location to do this from Amsterdam? After all, Big companies and innovative creativity converge here In this way, the city provides us with a foothold on European soil and access to the many global brands that feel at home here.
The face of Graham Sturt D8 Amsterdam
Sturt has been creative director on international projects for over 25 years. Last 13 Years at VBAT Creative Agency | Super union. He will be the new face of Establishment In Amsterdam he is responsible for the creative and business administration of the Design Agency.
Sturt’s clients include companies like Heineken, ING, Johan Cruijff Arena and PostNL. It has been honored for numerous projects with several awards, such as ADCN, Cannes Lions, European Design Awards, and Transform Awards.
Multidisciplinary design agency
The services that D8 provides to its clients mainly include brand identity, digital, FMCG packaging, printing, film and movement, outdoor and expertise. That means customers receive a complete package, Stort says.