Leeds design and content agency, Cry Havoc has announced a number of new contracts, including Homebase and The Book People.
The firm was established a year ago by two former directors of Hangar Seven.
Simon Peers and Andy Littlewood were later joined by Hnagar Seven’s ex-Client Services Director, Jon Dark, who took up the Managing Director role.
The agency will be working on the new Heritage Bathrooms catalogue, handling digital and social content for Homebase and The Book People. It’s also handling brand and packaging for Continental Wine and Food; photography for Nomad Foods; and the launch of the Sleep Angel.
“This is a testament to the strength and breadth of our creative offering,” said Dark.
The company will also be working on a new brand identity work for Dental Directory and a brand refresh for food charity, Fareshare to celebrate its 25th anniversary.