The brief was simple: help Three welcome 1.5 million O2 customers onto their network in style. This event was massive,... Read More »
Representing your country is every young player’s dream. Many have the talent. Many have the physicality. Many have the mental... Read More »
As always the case in early February, Adland has been a-buzz with the perceived awesome successes and major fails of... Read More »
Welcome to our new site. It’s fitting that we’re moving into a new virtual home at the same time that... Read More »
The countdown to the festive season has begun and we’re delighted to share with you our latest Christmas tale from... Read More »
Goodbye old office We’re moving. You’ll know this if you’ve happened past 14 Pembroke Road over the past few... Read More »
After streakers, budgie smugglers, chicken strugglers, one instance of eyebrow acting and multiple instances of dessert gobbling (you know who... Read More »
I was cycling home from work during the week when I was stopped in my tracks. A huge vogue style... Read More »
Eos showing off her lettering skills in the agency today.
Back in February, we were asked to look at creating an identity for Ireland’s best music venue (building previously know... Read More »
McDonnells Curry Sauce is one of those golden, authentic Irish brands, which lends itself to having a bit of fun... Read More »
You don’t see many Irish made car ads, blame the perceived expense of filming and the genre’s penchant for shot... Read More »
Seven of Boys and Girls finest took the the field on Friday night. An hour later they emerged as men, blinking in the late evening sun, bloodied, slightly dizzy and with a shooting pain down their left arm, but most importantly victorious.It was a match that will live long in the memory. Rothco, dressed in black, began with an intensity that set the tone for this epic encounter. They were compact, organised and fizzed the ball around the hallowed turf of Sportsco with élan.
At Boys and Girls we like to think making ads is kind of our forte. But when our new client Glenilen Farm asked us to create an online video to promote their new four packs of yoghurts, we took the term to a new, quite literal level.
We are delighted to have picked up two awards at the 2014 Caribbean Advertising Federation ADDY Awards, both for our client Digicel.