Archive for January, 2012

More success for Northern Bank

We’re delighted that our client Northern Bank has just scooped a major gong at the Allianz Arts & Business Awards NI. The Bank picked up the top prize for Cultural Branding for its work alongside the gorgeous new Lyric Theatre.

This is great recognition for the Bank and the Lyric, and their relationship which is helping bring exciting new drama productions to Northern Ireland.

Below is a sample of some of the advertising work we did for the Bank in the Lyric programme – it brings a nice little smile to the face we think.

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Some help for Jeremy

Jeremy Stanley, our newest recruit at Elm House Creative, is putting us older lags to shame with news that he’s running the Belfast Marathon in May. Good for him, we say – and it keeps up our proud tradition in the event where we once entered a relay team, made up of 2 staff members and several assorted ringers.

Take it to the street, pal.

 

A wee smile for January

Hello again – Happy New Year from downtown Belfast, where the air is damp and the month is long. In other words, it’s January – lots of gloomy, never-ending evenings that need a little brightening up.

So here’s something that certainly lit up my day – well, a bit. It’s an ad from Brazil that hit the spot because I remember my son doing something like this with about 6 packs of tattoo transfers. Didn’t look as good as this – but it made us all smile. The advertising agency is Momopropaganda, by the way, and this forms part of a lovely series of press ads. Woulda made a great TV ad, too.


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Okkervil River
Little Barrie
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John Vanderslice
The Who
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The Tallest Man on Earth
Real Estate
Spoon
The Rapture
Plants and Animals
The Walkmen
Panda Bear
Monsters of Folk

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