Creative Spark reopens Little Print Shop of Horrors
Creative Spark’s annual Little Print Shop of Horrors is set to reopen in time for this halloween.
The shop has opened every halloween since 2011 and sells horror-themed limited edition prints
to raise money for selected charities.
This year sees Creative Spark, a leading creative agency with offices in Manchester, London
and Leeds, put their trademark twist on Disney and Hitchcock films.
This years theme is ‘666’.Creative Spark will be presenting 6 Alfred Hitchcock film prints, 6 of
the best sellers from previous years and 6 Disney ‘Happily Never After’ illustrations.
The studio is split into teams, giving creative freedom to not only the award winning design team
but also Directors, Operations, Business Development and work experience. The winning team
will be the one that raises the most money for Forever Manchester, a Mancunian charity that
supports local community projects.
Nick Massey, Chief Executive for Forever Manchester, has said, “We can’t wait to see the new
series of posters from Creative Spark who never cease to amaze us with their talent. They have
worked really hard to raise money for us for which we’d like to thank the whole team, and we will
be putting that money back into neighbourhoods across Greater Manchester.“
Neil Marra, Owner and Creative Director of Creative Spark, is an ambassador for Forever
Manchester. According to the Sparks, he is relentlessly coming up with weird and wonderful
ideas to raise money for the charity and the Little Print Shop of Horrors is one of the ideas that
keeps coming back. “Every year gets better. And every year we raise more and more money
than we hoped for. It’s a brilliant cause and we love getting involved. Little Print Shop of Horrors
is the type of campaign that everyone looks forward to from January!“
The one-of-a-kind designs will be available for sale from the 18th September. Prices will start
from £14, with the best sellers ranging from £20-£25.
The whole selection of prints on offer can be seen at shop.creativespark.co.uk
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