Thirty years of activity. This is the time passed since February 1990, when three colleagues, employees of a graphic design sector company which dealt with advertising production, decided to take the big step.
For each work we were entrusted with, we devised a non-standard solution. We always came up with an original idea. We always went for a pound even though we were asked for a penny. This is why our creations speak for us and tell our quality, our passion, our creativity!
Competition is in our DNA. For this reason we could not help taking the field, with our work and our sponsorship, alongside the Gozzano football team, that plays in the third-highest division in the Italian football league system: it is currently in the middle of the rankings, intent to reach for sure the minimum number of points required to avoid relegation.
What we try to build with each of our works is a relation of confidence with our customers. A relation which can bring great satisfactions, just like it did with L’Artigiano in Fiera.
Our work is often appreciated, rather than for the quality of the single object, for our ability to be a one-stop shop for any communication need a brand might have. This is the case also for our relationship with UYBA Volley Busto Arsizio.
Our work with Umberto Veronesi’s European Institute of Oncology began, as it often happens to us, with a small task. We initially created a modular signposting system for the institute. The relationship evolved on the occasion of the IEO 10th anniversary.
When we work for a client, we like to take part in his experiences, to share his history and to dip in his traditions, in order to be able to better express what his job really is.
We are committed to fulfill all our customers' needs, building very complex structures while at the same time ensuring that all the procedures required by the current regulations are respected. This creates a safer working environment and ensures our clients against possible fines.
At the Skating World Cup our problem-solving attitude allowed us to work on a wider project than the one we were originally tasked with.
In order to stand out in a visually saturated environment such as Expo, you have to think of something special. Aceto Ponti asked us to create something which could impress the visitors of the Eataly-managed regional restaurants.