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About BFG

BFG is a creative design agency based in Greater Manchester and Vigo.

We work with clients big and small from all over the world, producing a range of creative work digitally and in print, designed to enhance the impact of our clients’ visual communications.

What we do

In a nutshell – we design creative solutions.

These solutions come in many forms: branding and identities, websites, packaging, wayfinding system, social media campaigns, brochures, internal environments, books, animation and film. Basically we turn our hand to anything that needs creative input.

We like to work closely with our clients. It is that closeness that enables us to create the strongest possible solutions.

Our Golden Rules

  • How we work

    Whatever the project, whomever the client, we try to live by three basic rules – Be Brave. Have Fun. Do Good.

    We love working with clients who embrace them too.

  • Be Brave

    We like to venture into the unknown. We like to be bold. We like to make our clients unforgettable. We like to be brave. And we love to work with clients who share that sense of adventure.

    “The opposite for courage is not cowardice, it is conformity. Even a dead fish can go with the flow.”
    – Jim Hightower

  • Have Fun

    We believe creativity should be fun. Subtle, witty, smile in your mind style fun. Fun that gets noticed, passed around and talked about. That’s what we set out to do and we’ll have fun doing it.

    “A wonderful thing about true laughter is that it just destroys any kind of system of dividing people.”
    – John Cleese

  • Do Good

    We like to think we are good, kind people. We like working with good clients who do good things for other good people – it makes it a pleasure to create great work for them.

    “The word ‘good’ has many meanings. For example, if a man were to shoot his grandmother at a range of five hundred yards, I should call him a good shot, but not necessarily a good man.”
    – Gilbert K. Chesterton

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