Norwich branding agency Creative Giant in the running for international award

16:26 17 February 2016

Rob Wilkes, of Creative Giant. Picture: Submitted

Rob Wilkes, of Creative Giant. Picture: Submitted


The designer behind a Norfolk brewery re-brand has been shortlisted for an international award - and is up against the team behind beer giant Budweiser’s new look.

Creative Giant's re-brand of Grain Brewery which is in the running for an international award. Picture; SubmittedCreative Giant's re-brand of Grain Brewery which is in the running for an international award. Picture; Submitted

Norwich branding agency Creative Giant is in the running to win the People’s Choice category in Creativepool’s 2016 Annual and Awards for its work on Grain Brewery, in Harleston.

Creative Giant owner Rob Wilkes said he was “honoured” to be alongside heavy-weight agencies such as Landor, Elmwood and JKR Global.

“Let’s see if the rebranding of Grain Brewery can stand up against the rebranding of Budweiser and fly for flag for creativity in Norwich,” he said.

Mr Wilkes urged people to vote before Friday to help Creative Giant reach the finals.

Winners will be announced on March 10.

Click here to vote

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