Although the advent of the internet, and subsequent evolution of mobile devices is expanding the horizon of information delivery there is still nothing quite like handling really good old fashioned paper and the smell of fresh ink.

Digital technology has advanced massively too in scale and in range. We have printed as small as three millimeters square up to 48 sheet billboard posters in tube stations and on concrete, acrylic, aluminium, wood, fabric, pretty much any flat surface you can imagine and probably some you can’t. Have a look at the on:display page for larger scale work. Here you’ll find the more traditionally printed materials.

RSPB Wales

MudMag is quarterly publication by RSPB Wales and is produced bilingually for it’s young explorers. The content represents activities at the Conwy reserve together with wildlife news and games.

Outlook Expeditions

Brand refreshed and updated materials for Outlook’s marketing department. The 60 page perfect bound brochure and supporting collateral materials were deigned for the 2013 – 2014 expedition season.


Green Innovation Network

Part of a full set of informative materials representing the Green Innovation Network part of the Green Innovation Future Technologies initiative. This is a joint project between Wales and Ireland.

Smoking the Facts

Smoking campaign designs by the young people of Gwynedd

Llwyddon Gwynedd, Sustainable Communities

These hand-drawn graphics were adapted for the chosen Sustainable Communities, under Llwyddon Gwynedd. The custom identities for each chosen town or village were aimed at delivering a relevant identity for each chosen community whilst maintaining a consistent styling for the project.

BIC Innovation - Plas Farm

A generic branding developed for Plas Farm’s frozen yoghurt products through BIC Innovation. The branding was designed to work as a standalone brand¬† and also be generic enough to accommodate a retailers branding.

Cyngor Gwynedd Council - Drugs, The Facts

Working with Gwynedd Council’s Youth Services, Droplet produced these drugs awareness leaflets for distribution throughout Gwynedd. The information was aimed at and developed by the young people of Gwynedd during a series consultation sessions at various youth clubs throughout the county. Art direction, consultation and brand design by Droplet with illustraion work by Ryan Iddon.

Shot by Lucy Devereux

Branding, print and signage design for Lucy Devereux Phtography in Bangor


British Heart Foundation Wales

Bilingually designed information and donations leaflet targeting the young people of Blaenau Gwent. The leaflet was designed under the strict guidelines of the BHF style guide.

National Trust Wales

A selection of some of the print and advertising work done for National Trust Wales.

Parthian Books

This set of four covers was designed for young authors series run by Parthian. Parthian advertised for entries into a competition and these covers won and were subsequently published.

P&Rh Wedding Stationery

A brand, invites and table planner for Pete and Rhiannon’s wedding. A chance to incorporate nice typography and photo illustration work in a slightly quirky format.

The Corporate IT Forum, London

This stationery set was developed after a brand identity re-work through for The Corporate IT Forum. This is part of a set of updated materials.


Gwynedd Economic Partnership

This annual report was design to represent PEG’s annual report in their tenth year. The brand was updated and adapted for this purpose. The theming of the publication reflects the diversity and vibrancy of the economic achievement throughout Gwynedd.

Pen Llyn Harri Parri

In quite a literary year for Droplet we designed this coffee table book with Gwasg y Bwythyn to accompany the TV series Pen Llyn Harri Parri. The photography by Mike Harrison really brought the book to life.

Bangor University, School of Biological Sciences

A stakeholders brochure examining the facts and findings of a long running Europe wide fish monitoring project. This publication was distributed throughout all the EU partners involved.

Llwyddo'n lleol

The Llwyddo’n Lleol brand developement carried out for Cyngor Gwynedd involved a logo treatment and refresh with the addition of a typestyle that reflected the age group of the project. Additional icons were developed to communicate the diversity of the project’s delivery elements. A further sub-brand element was introduced to link the elements and tie the brand together cohesively.

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