Design & Photography

Web & Social Media

We are a music promotions and creative agency specialising in artist services, events and entertainment. We build unique and effective campaigns and content for artists and brands to connect with and grow their audiences.

By fusing design, typography, photography or illustration, we are able to create aesthetic designs that will appeal to your target audience. Whether your brief is for a poster, album, t-shirts or advertisement we will help develop your message with professional copy writing to capture your market.


Our knowledge of print processes and materials enables us to provide a complete print management service with accredited suppliers providing best value and turnaround.

Pop Preservation Society's photographic service involves shooting images in a wide range of settings from studio stills to performances. We come to you or we can arrange a studio to suit your time frame and budget. 

Regardless of genre, music audiences are glued to social media. Instagram recently exceeded a billion active users while Facebook counts over two billion daily active users themselves. These numbers dwarf the likes of SoundCloud and Bandcamp. YouTube is technically the most popular music streaming service right now, nudging out Spotify and Apple Music. And it's not even close. With such tremendous opportunity in the social media space, Pop Preservation Society can help you develop your online social media to build your story.   

The goal posts in online promotion move at such a rapid rate that social networks come and go (can we say MySpace?). Whilst investing in social platforms is vital, it's also important to develop a branding strategy with little or no counter party risk via your own website. We also develop eCommerce, interactive applications and newsletters. Once you decide on a new release or single, we design all channels to be consistent and that speak to each other seamlessly. Our main objective is to create a strong brand message to create engagement. 

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
  • Instagram

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