Tessell 8 Ltd wanted to create themselves lapel badges. But the brief stated that although their logo is a blue nr 8, the pin should be somewhat quirky.
Imperial College`s Combined Services Orthopaedic Society was interested in producing high-quality enamel pins for their members. After consults with our design team, another approach was taken, and we designed and made a 3D pin loosely based on their logo. The lapel pin was cast out of sterling silver with a polished finish.
Royal Foundation wanted to give their members of the United for Wildlife charity organisation some nice high-quality lapel pins.
Regent Motor Group from Perth, Australia wanted to create years of service lapel pins award system for their long-serving employees.
We were approached by Cartier London office with a view to remaking a Cartier lapel pin, based on a lapel pin that they had commissioned quite a few years ago. As technology has advanced, we were able to make the pin even more detailed than the old version was.
“Engaging the hearts, minds, and hands of talent is the most sustainable source of competitive advantage” – Greg Harris In this world of ever-changing workplaces, it is only reasonable to nurture talent and take care of the people that make a workplace what it is – productive.
There are many kinds of recreational clubs and student organizations active in society to allow people to socialize, share their expertise and skills, have fun, volunteer for social work, and pursue educational activities in a controlled environment.
Lapel pins are small, simple yet eye-catching accessories designed to be worn on the lapel of a jacket. More often than not, these pins show an association with a special cause or belong to an organization with a logo or monogram on them.