Tighean Innse Gall
Tighean Innse Gall (TIG), Stornoway safeguard and champion sustainable housing and energy solutions for the community across the beautiful rural and fragile Western Isles of Scotland.
Aim & Objectives:
We were initially approached to rebrand the company, reflecting their principles of improving housing conditions and addressing fuel poverty throughout the Western Isles.
We completely re-designed our client’s original identity and gave this a contemporary look and feel. This visual brand identity has since been transferred on to stationery, vehicle livery, branded clothing and of course all project material. We have worked with TIG for a number of years now on many projects including energy efficiency leaflets, posters, marketing literature, give-aways, reports for the Scottish Government, exhibitions and their most recent Eco-Tourism Award project involving 300 local businesses. The Energy Isles Project saw the design and development of 300 stunning A5 etched stainless steel plaques, all individually created and then awarded to each participating local business. As a result of our close collaboration we have also been recognised by TIG for our part in the project and have received our own award. We feel honoured to have been a part of the success story which has not only saved energy and community money but also created jobs in the Western Isles of Scotland.
Projects completed to date: Branding/Exhibitions/Illustration/Merchandising/Print/Publishing/Specialist Production