Gosh! is a British food brand producing a range of ‘free from’ plant-based foods which are vegan-friendly and contain no gluten, eggs, nuts, dairy or soya. Their mission is ‘to bring truly nourishing experiences to as many people as possible’ and they aim to build a business model that not only does no harm, but one that actively does good.
Aboveline were asked to design and build a branded structure for the Gosh! ‘Kindness Cafe’ roadshow, which aimed to spread kindness by offering a free meal in exchange for customers’ pledges to carry out a kind act. The event took place in outdoor public spaces in central London, Dublin and Liverpool, and was supported by the Gosh! #PinYourPledge social media marketing campaign. As well as space for serving food, the cafe structure also needed an area to display pledges and have bold, attractive graphics. They wanted a colourful, eye catching structure in keeping with the wider campaign, which would attract and engage passers-by, with an element of fun in keeping with the Gosh! motto ‘Playfulness for Good’.
Create a visually exciting structure with facilities for serving food samples, including spaces where customers could pin their pledges.
Incorporate the Gosh! branding and colours, and reflect their company ethos and the ‘spreading kindness’ aim of the roadshow.
Build a structure which was easy and fast to install and remove, working within differing time constraints and restrictions on site access.
The cafe needed to be suitable for reinstallation, using materials sturdy enough to stay in perfect condition for all three locations.
Because all the venues were outdoors, the structure needed to be able to withstand any potential weather conditions, including rain, without damage to parts or graphics.
We created a fun, colourful structure with a serving hatch for food and two large pledge walls on either side, using graphics in brand colours and incorporating the slogans from the wider campaign. Using extra-durable materials and graphic print processes, we were able to ensure that the roadshow structure withstood both reinstallation and the weather. Gosh! were delighted with the result, which they said had worked well for them both on a functional level at the actual events, attracting numerous visitors, and in PR terms as part of the wider social media/marketing campaign.