First of all, a great big ‘thank you’ is in order. Been absolutely blown away by the response Antimatter has been getting since I went freelance full time. In the last month, I have had sign offs on an enormous amount of work with projects to be completed in March already underway, so must express a ton of gratitude to all my clients for the opportunities to get your names out there and keep you looking sharp.

Very proud to announce that all that lack of sleep has in fact paid off, and clients are getting results.

A bonanza for fans of electronic music

Antimatter’s clients in the music industry have all reached new levels recently, even though they are all at different stages in their existence. Starting right at the beginning is Future I.D. and Antimatter have had fun putting together the logo for the fresh record label – with new releases cooing out imminently, watch out for more from them.

One year ago, Edinburgh Tekno Cartel were at the same stage as Future I.D. and over the course of that year have moved to a venue double the size of their original venue and are filling that up nicely, with their first birthday last month giving them their largest turnout to date.

Also very pleased to see that former Antimatter client Soundhaus are now back. After the venue was forced to close last year to make way for property developers, the Soundhaus team are gearing up to go bigger and better with a new location in development and this time collaborating as part of a larger collective. They are organising a series of events over the summer to raise funds to put the finishing touches to the new project.

Antimatter goes to the theatre

For those of you who are not fans of late night clubbing, you can get a bit of culture at the theatre with Delirium Productions. The new theatre and film production company is hitting the ground running with shows appearing at the Tron and the Oran Mor in the upcoming months.

In addition to the logo and poster designs, Antimatter has also designed the website where you can keep up to date with all the latest happenings as well as upcoming productions.

…from city life to Island Life

Antimatter has also put together the new website for Tighnabruaich District Development Association (soon to be Trust). The site is there for Tighnabruaich residents who are interested in the goings on in the area and who want to get involved in local issues. The site keeps people informed about upcoming meetings and opportunities for people to have a say about what happens in the community.

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