Fife agency Condensed Creative reveals new online poster offering

Dunfermline-based design and branding agency Condensed Creative has launched Poster Creative, an online shop selling original poster art celebrating travel, transport, landscapes, and hidden gems.

The firm’s ‘Reflections of Fife’ collection celebrates the likes of the ‘majestic’ Forth Bridge. Picture: John Park.
The firm’s ‘Reflections of Fife’ collection celebrates the likes of the ‘majestic’ Forth Bridge. Picture: John Park.

The small, family-run, creative agency said it diversified into the poster print art market on the back of the current economic climate. Creative director John Park said: “We wanted to share our passion for art and design, and our love of things and places that inspire us by creating bold and colourful artwork that would bring enchanting images into people’s homes and inspire visits to the beautiful places on their doorstep.”

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The illustrations are designed and printed in Scotland, and “Reflections of Fife,” the first in a series of poster prints and postcards, celebrates the “treasures and charms” of the Kingdom. These include fishing village Pittenweem, puffins residing on the Isle of May, Abbot House in Dunfermline, and the Forth Bridge.

More examples of the firm's illustrations, which are designed and printed in Scotland. Picture: John Park.

The firm hopes its travel posters will encourage people to “re-discover the scenic beauty and rich history in their local area and inspire visits to Scotland, boosting the tourism industry and local economy”.

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