Sectors we work in
Hospitality ● Fashion ● Lifestyle ● Creative
Creative services for remarkable, small-scale brands is our thing - but what makes our work so different?
We bring to the table our very personal business (and life) experience that is at once both international and grounded.
This translates into personalised brand development services, copywriting, selected press and practical business advice that is relevant to young ventures and makers with a positive and purposeful creative essence.
Who we have worked with
Our Recent Projects
Pubumésu is an emerging brand of artfully crafted leather accessories and fans. Made on the island of Java, everything from the leather tanning, painting and distressing is created by local artisans.
One Blue Dot connected the brand with an expert team that styled and photographed selected Pubumésu fans as part of the brand's introduction to the island of Malta.
Saint Paul Valletta
One of Valletta’s best-kept secrets, the apartments at Saint Paul are ideal for well-travelled explorers that seek the comfort of a well-designed home away from home.
One Blue Dot curated the brand's official website text content and wrote copy for all segments within the online platform. We worked closely with photographer Alexandra Pace to ensure visuals and text together effortlessly convey the brand's hospitality vision.
A sustainable luxury brand, ISĒ is defined by a sincere dedication to timeless and sustainable design. Minimal lines are dovetailed into a vision of form that is grounded in the present and has at its heart the joy of generations to come.
One Blue Dot drafted and curated the brand’s website text content and marketing collateral, including a press release customised for press and retail purposes.
Ahead of architect Geoffrey Bawa’s centennial celebration, we shone a spotlight on several of his iconic projects suffused with Sri Lanka’s 2,500-year-old architectural heritage and tropical alchemy.
In an 800-word article first published for VAMP Magazine, One Blue Dot explores The Kandalama Hotel, the Lunuganga Estate and The Gallery Cafè and their contribution to the Tropical Modernism design movement.
Furniture and interior designer Fred Rigby threads a symbiotic connection with the natural world, transposing this into the fluid lines and tactile textures that characterise his work.
In a feature first published for Design Anthology UK, One Blue Dot caught up with Rigby to uncover his creative ethos and his projects in the pipeline.
Creative Circuit ep.02
In support with the Malta Creative Collective, we launched the second edition of a collaborative and interactive creative event that took place across Malta's capital city, Valletta, in April 2019. The Creative Circuit ep. 02 brought together 8 creatives across 6 differing venues, encouraging visitors to discover emerging and established spaces of the capital while they walked through a creative experience.
Both Maltese and international, emerging and well-known Malta-based talent was showcased during the event, reflecting the Malta Creative Collective’s spirit of collaboration and inclusiveness that aims to bring to light creativity grounded in quality whilst connecting it to the wider public in Malta.