Marks & Spencer 'marks in time' by LBi

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The celebrations of Marks & Spencer's 125th anniversary are continuing online with a new website promoting the Leeds-based exhibition "marks in time". The site, http//marksintime.marksandspencer.com/ , promotes the exhibition, which celebrates the store's continued history of innovation and ethical production, by featuring a timeline of M&S's achievements.

The site promotes the exhibition, which celebrates the store’s continued history of innovation and ethical production, by featuring a timeline of M&S’s achievements.

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Released: 05 June 2009

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Credits

Project
Marks in time

Client
Marks & Spencer

Brief
Create a site to support the M&S exhibition in Leeds, celebrating its 125th anniversary

Writer
Ben Wade

Art director
Zak Loney

Designers
Barry Markham, Chris Tozer

Exposure
Online

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