The Perfect Surprise
The countdown to the festive season has begun and we’re delighted to share with you our latest Christmas tale from Three.
We’re moving. You’ll know this if you’ve happened past 14 Pembroke Road over the past few weeks. You can’t have avoided the sign outside our gate that excitedly reads SOLD!!! (we can stop our copywriters from using exclamation marks, but not it would appear McNally Handy). Moving always
Not just any campaign.
After streakers, budgie smugglers, chicken strugglers, one instance of eyebrow acting and multiple instances of dessert gobbling (you know who you are), our new campaign for RaboDirect is now live. Based on the insight that RaboDirect are not just any bank, they’re the savings specialists, we created a series of
Air France – Glamorous Getaway & Ballsy Branding
I was cycling home from work during the week when I was stopped in my tracks. A huge vogue style billboard faced me as I turned the corner, It was the Air France ‘Glamorous Getaway’ campaign. It wasn’t the fact that it looked like a giant spread from Harper’s Bizarre
Letterer at work
Back in February, we were asked to look at creating an identity for Ireland’s best music venue (building previously know as the O2) which would be sponsored by Three. Our brief was firstly to come up with a name for the Venue, one that would capture the simplicity and clarity
McDonnells Curry Sauce
McDonnells Curry Sauce is one of those golden, authentic Irish brands, which lends itself to having a bit of fun creatively. So earlier this year when the McDonnells team approached us with the opportunity to create their first TV ad ever, we jumped at the chance.
Nissan Innovation for Everyone.
You don’t see many Irish made car ads, blame the perceived expense of filming and the genre’s penchant for shot of impossibly silver cars carving down South African coastal roads. It’s a pity. We have a different relationship with our cars than our European counterparts.
Daring Simplicity (In footballing ability)
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
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.