Previously, we highlighted the wonderfully complicated (or not) events which led to the creation of Ice Cream Creatives. Then the questions began. “Do you sell ice cream?” Yeah! The essence of it.
Ice cream is fun. There is adventure in creative design. The only limit one can have is the one he sets for himself. What makes Ice Cream Creatives fresh is the constant inspiration we take from our favourite workplace – the big wild world.
Ice cream is a go-to happy treat. The lure of this goodness in a cup can be a heartsick cure-all. When you have a business that flounders and is lack-luster, Ice Cream Creatives can help find its cheerful soul and possibly help it get back on its feet.
Ice cream is cool. Investing in good design can do wonders for your business!
Ice cream is timeless. Design is progressive and changes with the times. We aim to keep our work fresh by constantly discovering what’s up-to-date without forfeiting what we deem as our style and character. At the same time, we wish to deliver our clients design ideas which can stand on their own without giving in to variable trends.
Ice cream can get creative. As in the real deal, who knows just how many flavours of ice cream there are all around the world? It can come in all sorts of shapes with a variety of colours and textures. Ice Cream Creatives hopes to be your artistic partner in creating designs that suit you and work for you.
Ice cream is local. The frozen treat speaks many different languages. It can be whatever it wants to be depending on which side of the world it hails from. Here in the Philippines, specifically, besides the usual vanilla or pistachio, you can find home-grown flavours like kamunggay (local horseradish), champorado with dilis toppings (chocolate rice porridge with anchovies), taho (beancurd pudding) and even sampaguita (a tropical jasmine). Ice Cream Creatives seeks to infuse a sense of Filipino design prowess in its outputs aiming to bring this local essence out into the competitive international market.
Who doesn’t like ice cream?