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The Mill is Drogheda’s first purpose built community enterprise centre. Our relationship with the Mill began in 2014 when we were invited to come up with a name and brand identity for this entrepreneurial work-space.
Drogheda is famous for its industrial heritage, with old mill chimneys a common feature of the local skyline. Inspired by this, we arrived at the name "The Mill", and used a mill chimney inverted in our logo. Our mill is a creative mill where people, ideas and aspirations are the products of its production line.
In 2016 Phase 2 opened centred around two bright communal spaces. Bammedia were involved with activating the brand within the interior design of the new spaces and designed wall decals, window glass manifestations, chose furniture, paint colours and more.
We were inspired by the new garden space designed by award winning local gardener Andrew Christopher Garden Designs and incorporated abstract natural graphics to walls and windows, representing growth of the companies who reside here.
Since the Mill's inception we have provided creative graphic design solutions for many projects from signage, powerpoint decks, infographics, and general print promotional items. We have also supplied brand creation and/or name generation for many of their associated programs and workshops, such as Illuminate, Innovate Drogheda and Ignyte.
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