Work / The Royal Mint
The Royal Mint are one of our key clients, having been working together since early 2014.
In that time we've produced a whole range of content, from social media campaigns to TV commercials, animations, interactive museum videos and B2B films.
We told the narrative of a young reader losing herself in the story, with original prop creation and in-camera techniques to transition to an animated world.
Using the coin's floral desing, we used both packaging illustrations and our own bespoke designs to bring The Queen's story to life.
The Royal Mint's Great Engravers Collection continued with The Three Graces, one of the world’s most sought-after coin designs.
We helped launch The Royal Mint's latest collaboration featuring live action and animated interviews and fictional stories.
We developed a concept that showed the people and occassions marked on this year's coins through one person's life.
We created an original story to support the launch of The Royal Mint's latest coin featuring the iconic Winnie-the-Pooh.
The launch of The Royal Mint's 2021 bullion coin coincided with a reinvented design and improved security.
We captured the process of bringing the infamous Una & The Lion design back into the light through the largest coin ever produced, minted in 5kg of solid gold.
We developed a concept - supported by the British Deaf Association - that explores the influence of music artists on a deaf character.
Teaming up with one of Britain's most iconic characters, we helped launch a collection of James Bond coins with nods to the original literature.
The Royal Mint and Aardman teamed up on a commemorative 50p coin to celebrate 30 cracking years of Wallace & Gromit.
Private access into the Tower and the Yeoman's Village allowed us an insight into the daily life and traditions of those who work there, including the Chief Yeoman.
We interviewed a Normandy landing veteran, and created an inspired TVC to commemorate all The Royal Mint's military coins.
The Royal Mint enlisted the help of illustrator, animator and director Robin Shaw for its latest coin, celebrating The Snowman.
We explored Westonbirt Arboretum - home to a Gruffalo trail - searching the woods for the elusive creature with our fabulous young actor.
The Royal Mint needed to showcase its latest range of coin designs; all steeped in history, and some featuring mythological creatures.
From their in-house photographer who captured the portrait of Harry & Meghan, to the designer of the coin, we were tasked with highlighting the process.
We found three ordinary couples also celebrating this milestone and spoke to them about their story, advice and their memories of The Queen's wedding.
"You have produced a clear high quality video that truly represents The Royal Mint, our people and heritage and gives our audience a real insight into the exceptional people, quality and finish of our coins."