All Smoke and No Mirrors for Jute Magazine

June 2018


Complete Ltd performed the retouching and colour management for the new Icelandic set, swimwear webitorial for Jute Magazine.



Christmas GIF for William & Son 

December 2017


For our client, William & Son, we devised a concept and set of images to promote Christmas gifting for use online and via social platforms. 

Mayfair boutique, William & Son specialises in retailing luxury goods for town and country. The Bruton Street store stocks fine jewellery, watches, silverware, leather goods, objets d'art and homewares whilst also holding the royal warrant for supplying hunting guns and field sports accessories to the Queen's household.  

Using a simple yet graphic set, we styled a selection of leather backed games and created a gif as well as mens, womens and home inspiring still life compositions.  




What a Cheeky Chappie! 

December 2017


Complete Ltd creates idents for Furniture Village sponsors ITV at Christmas . Here is the one where the trickster terrier cheats his master out of his seat. 



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Handcrafted Classics 

October 2017

For our client, Simpson London we were asked to create a series of images for a brochure to be distributed at international trade events such as Pitti in Florence. 

Simpson London manufacture handcrafted, luxury leather accessories from British bridle hides and exotic skins in their factory in East London. The imagery and brochure that we produced was to reflect and show the quality and craftsmanship of the brand and it's products. 

We devised a concept to style the pieces in compositions by collection type, such as classics, travel, contemporary and ladies.  From each still life group shot we then created a further set of images by pulling out and highlighting a hero piece with and added a human element.  




The Fruits of Our Labour  

21st September 2017

We took a fruity approach to the Summer 2017 digital campaign for William & Son. Showcasing The Bruton Collection, a range of in-house designed accessories and small leather goods. From concept through to completion, our team art directed, photographed and post produced all of the images. 



Retouching Round-Up 

21st September 2017

Some of favourite retouching projects from the Summer. 


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And finally...

1st September 2017

And it is, literally, finally. Last month we attended the last ever Jocks&Nerds magazine launch party. After working on the magazine in it's entirety since Issue 18, we were very sad to hear that one of our all time publications will be in print no more. Although, we do expect that the talented team who brought us this exceptional quarterly will be back soon with another equally exciting project. Watch this space...! 



Craftsmanship for William & Son

15th July 2017

William & Son asked us to produce a series of images showcasing the processes behind their bespoke jewellery and leather design services. Our aim was to highlight the exquisite handcrafting techniques that go into creating a truly one of a kind product. The Telegraph used the pictures to illustrate a piece on what goes into creating luxury handbags and bespoke jewellery.


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Jocks and Nerds Summer 17 issue launch event

1st July 2017

On a recent balmy summer eve we took ourselves ‘up west’ to the launch of the latest issue of Jocks & Nerds. We got to see some lovely portraits of the magazine’s collaborators, created to mark 40 years of the tres chic French brand, Agnes B. The images are currently being displayed at the Floral Street store so go see before it finishes on the 19th July 2017.



I was only looking for juice!

15th May 2017

In collaboration with one of our longest-standing clients, F&F, and creative agency ODD, we provided all the post-production and delivery of press images for their Summer 2017 campaign. You may have seen it out and about on billboards or bus shelters – the visuals give a nod to the brand’s supermarket roots whilst still allowing the model and garments to take centre stage. 



Disegno is out now

1st May 2017

Call us old fashioned but the team at Complete always get somewhat excited when the new issue of Disegno magazine drops on our desks. Perhaps it’s that distinctive smell of fresh ink on uncoated stock combined with original editorial and beautiful imagery (managed and perfected by our very own Colour King, Terry Smith, no less) that does it for us. Or maybe it’s after all our combined years of working in print that we just simply know a good magazine when we see one. 



Furniture Village gets a spring refresh

15th April 2017

Have you seen our new advert for Furniture Village? We introduced the yellow dot of distinction, reinforcing the brand identity by bringing the ‘i’ of the logo to life. The golden ball of animation flies out of the store front signage and magically guides you through the shop highlighting the brand’s knowledge, expertise and savings on quality furniture. 



Squad Goals...

1st April 2017

We are pleased to announce some additions to the team! Rebecca O'Donnell joins as Creative Consultant and Clare Gunes will work as Account Director, overseeing our Multimedia department. Both bring with them over 20 years’ experience working with some of the UK’s most loved high street names such as M&S, Next, Tesco and Startrite. Both were instrumental in producing award-winning campaigns for F+F Tesco, shaping it into the global fashion brand it is today. 



Love Magazine

15th December 2016

Over the past few years the LOVE magazine advent calendar has become the highlight of the festive season, synonymous with super sexy Victoria’s Secret models. So far this December, it hasn’t disappointed with Kendall, Bella   
 and Jourdan, our current favourites. Our Post Production Studio were tasked with the job of retouching the ladies in the stills that accompany the video, it’s a tough job but someone has to do it…!



F&F Campaign

1st December 2016

For the recent Autumn/Winter 2016 F&F campaign, Complete Ltd produced the artwork, retouched and colour managed the imagery, which was distributed across newspapers and magazines nationwide including fashion bible, Vogue.