- Branding & Identity
- Promotion & Campaign
- Community Management
- Website Design
- Art Direction
- Market Study
Studio Fiftyfifty’s strength lies in its small, close-knit, permanent team with highly complementary skills and know-how. 6 people bound together by a shared love for creative projects and the desire to fully satisfy each client in its own way. In addition, we have built a very strong network of talent around us: high profile names in the fields of communication and design (web designers, strategic planners, video producers, architects, photographers, printers). This allows us to tailor every project perfectly to meet the client’s specific needs.
Co-owner & art firstname.lastname@example.org
After graduating from La Cambre, Aurélie started her career as a young graphic designer opening the Paris office of the Belgian agency Hoet & Hoet, where she workedfor prestigious customers in the luxury business (Armani, Céline, L’Oréal). Back in Brussels, she worked mainly for fashion and cultural clients before she and Thomas joined forces in 2010 to launch their own communication agency. She’s the rationality, he’s the creativity.
Thomas Van Den Driessche
Co-owner & creative email@example.com
With masters degrees in journalism and project management, Thomas has been working in the public relations and marketing for international organizations (UN, ICRC) for almost 10 years. A documentary photographer and photo book addict, he combines work on personal projects (www.phototvdd.be) and freelance commissions for publications such as Monocle, Libération, Les Inrocks, M Magazine and The Guardian. He’s the creativity, she’s the rationality.
The Caulier brewery, a Belgian beer legend, has placed its trust in Studio Fiftyfifty – and not for the first time!
The key elements here were a family business, beer, and the desire to create a brand identity that reflected their story. We know all about family, and storytelling – and as for ambition, say no more… From a logo that recalled their roots, to branding on glasses and bottles, our graphic designers were drunk on creativity.