hashtags: creativity and identity
Step inside! This is not just any graphics studio: this is a true creative workshop. Where truly creative people think, invent, confront each other and their ideas, try variants, evaluate results. And then on to the next model, and the next . . . “We stop only when we’re sure that we have rendered our client’s idea, perfectly,” say the young professionals at Creative Lab, a graphics production firm since 2012, whose creative process starts with meeting and listening to each client. “In order to correctly interpret a project, we must first understand it and make it ours,” they add. “Actual, material, realization comes about in a second phase. Anyone who turns to us knows they have found an enthusiastic group to share their adventure, large or small as it may be. And anyone who comes to our showroom learns right away that we have all the tools – conceptual, material, technological – to deliver highly individual solutions. We don’t like to adapt prepackaged models. We start afresh each time. Or rather, we start with the most unique things there can possibly be: a vision, a project, our clients’ requirements and expectations.”
Creative Lab is not a print shop. It’s not where people come to have something printed on something else, but where they come to build a brand identity. Here, each client, whether a large corporation, a professional, or a small company, is at the center of their own project and here, they see it grow step by step. It, and all its possible offshoots: logos, coordinated print products, signage, multimedia productions, adhesive films for home and business applications, vehicle and boat wrapping. Thanks to a network of specialized partners, the studio’s reach extends into the world of the web with Internet site design and social media marketing plans.
The Creative Lab keywords are creativity and identity, for latest-generation technology and constantly-retuned incremental knowhow.