In October 2015, UPC became Virgin Media. And from mass media to customer comms, social to retail, office makeovers to homepage takeovers – you name it, we Virginized it.
In the words of so many victims of road traffic crashes: “it only takes a split second”. When you use your mobile behind the wheel, taking your mind off the road for just a split second can destroy everything forever.
Kinsale Sharks 2015: as well as having a blast at the world’s funnest ad fest, we also did some serious business. Six of the most sought after awards, all for concept (none of that best-hair-and-make-up puffery in our shark tank).
The Herald knows, loves and reports on every side of this wonderful city – the light and shade, richer and poorer, good, bad and fugly. The words and pictures of this poster campaign aim to nail the tension of our relationship with our hometown.
Driver fatigue is a factor in a startling number of serious road crashes in Ireland.
This TVC and digital campaign explains what to do when you notice the signs of fatigue behind the wheel.
When it comes to health and safety, farmers are tough nuts to crack. Convincing them to take fewer risks in order to protect their own well-being is a hiding to nothing. So we took another angle…
Denny Gold Medal sausages. What is it about them? Who knows the secret... but even the vegetarians in our agency were drooling like Pavlov’s hounds when this visual was being cooked up in our studio. No surprise that it went down a treat in stores too. Who’s for more?
When it comes to sports the writers of the Irish Independent are different, because they’re not indifferent.
The ballsy and unambiguous way they write inspired us to do the same in this heavyweight poster and radio campaign.
How to capture the pain of a lifetime spent looking back? Our ad for the Road Safety Authority explores how a single moment turning to look at a child in the back seat can lead to a lifetime of looking back in regret.
If ever you wanted to design an irresistible sweet, you’d do well to talk to the designers of liquitabs. They look delicious. And therein lies the rub: young children regularly mistake them for something lovely, and as well as putting them in their mouths they rub them in their eyes – with potentially devastating consequences.
EBS is not like other financial institutions. Branches are run by the people who own them who are willing to meet potential mortgage customers anytime, even if it means opening up the office especially – early in the morning, late in the evening, or at the weekend. Unlike the two bozos we meet in our campaign.