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Sussex Food & Drinks Awards

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Be Creative recently won the tender to design and build a new ‘Sussex Food & Drink Awards’ website. For those that don’t know, Sussex Food & Drink Awards is an annual event managed by Natural Partnerships – founded 9 years ago by Paula Seager and Hilary Knight. The event focus is on supporting, recognising and […]

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Life of Pie

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An electrical fault at a Brighton landmark prompted us to speculate what might be the recipe for a Brighton Pie? Style & sleaze in equal measure with a liberal dash of bohemian spirit, all mixed by one Norman Cook? How about crumbling regency splendour, garnish with gay pride and mince if you will? Best served […]

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Be Creative on Brighton’s Big Screen!

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Recently, Be Creative were approached by South East Digital Ltd, a local company requiring an animated ad to be displayed on Brighton’s Olympic big screen. Delighted with the enquiry, we set about creating the advert within the 8 hours remaining to the deadline! Our digital designer Steve, laid out the ad in Adobe Flash, whilst […]

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Ovingdean Subway Project

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Our Creative Director Jay, has been working for some time on a community project on behalf of Ovingdean Residents & Preservation Society. The idea, to refurbish the pedestrian subway which leads to Ovingdean Gap beach and create a ‘walk through museum’ come art gallery. Thirty 80cm diameter panels featuring specially produced ‘watercolour’ images of local […]

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Spitfire display

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One of the great things about being a Brighton agency is that Brighton is such a great place to be, particularly when the sun is shining! Our offices are literally a stone’s throw from the beach and Brighton Marina. There is always something going on here, from the weird to the wonderful and an impromptu […]

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