Ample years ago at the dawn of the Ice Age; a pollen-plant responded to natureʼs call and emerged from the soil to feel the warmth of the nurturing sun. Little was known that it had emerged in a difficult time when all species where battling to sustain their very existence. It, therefore, became a natural imperative for the new plant to find new ways to preserve its continuum as a specie. Unlike many other plants of its kind the pollen-plant tapped into what is referred to as “The Creative Intelligenceʼʼ— a creative gene found in every living organism responsible for natural adaptation. This God-given gene encourages and inspires us to live on, adapt, multiply and most of all, survive.
We as a creative company believe that in many ways than one, brands and organization are like the pollen-plant - constantly striving to thrive and adapt to an ever-changing market or new trends. Like the pollen-plant, an organisationʼs sole purpose is to continue to exist long after its founders are gone. This is what we call the 'Petal Theory'.
Our petal-theory framework is pinched on a single analogy; how a flower attracts bees for pollination. We’ve observed the nature of the flower and how it instinctively understands that in order to reproduce itself and survive it needs to spread its pollen around.
By exuding vibrant and colourful petals, the flower is able to draw bees to its pollen, and the bees, in turn, spread the pollen around.
We believe a brand can emulate a similar process when attracting consumers to its product or service offering. We view every business, every institution, every organization as a flower that relies on petals of communications in order to attract new customers and expand its market reach.
These petals ought to be vibrant, creative, and convincing. And our job is to help you bloom and communicate effectively and strategically to the right target audience through the right channels.
Created with images by likedok88 - "nature pa thailand" • Aaron Burden - "Snowflake macro" • Jonathan Percy - "Floating icebergs at Jökulsárlón, Iceland" • jplenio - "blur spring bokeh" • bichnguyenvo - "nature flora flower" • Candiix - "poppy flower red" • jplenio - "nature dandelion macro" • cocoparisienne - "nature butterfly animal"