Monthly Archives: July 2014

Diabolical go for gold

  • 28 July 2014
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The guys over at Diabolical think nothing makes London sparkle more than a bit of bling, so they brought a touch of class to the poster campaign for Jungle’s debut album. Painting the surround of the billboard with a metallic gold paint, in keeping with the albums gold and black creative. Simple, innit.

Bringing Sia to London

  • 25 July 2014
  • In blog

To announce the Australian sensations fourth album, creative music marketing agency Diabolical were approached by Sony Music to create an eye-catching campaign for a singer who traditionally shy’s away from the limelight. Sia’s distinguished wig was placed on landmark sculptures across London, including Roosevelt and Churchill on New Bond Street and Hodge the Cat at […]

JACK Arts promotes Joe Abercrombie’s latest novel

  • 22 July 2014
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On a sunny Saturday in June JACK Arts headed over to London’s Earls Court Exhibition Centre aboard a custom made Viking chariot to promote Joe Abercrombie’s latest novel, Half a King. Harper Collins approached JACK Arts to create a campaign for The Sunday Times bestseller, Joe Abercrombie’s new novel Half a King, a classic coming […]

Bring on the sunshine this weekend

  • 16 July 2014
  • In blog

This weekend will see two of the biggest music festivals take place with Lovebox and Latitude bringing some of the best live music to the south of the country. Both festivals have a grand line-up across the weekend, whether you’re in the city at Victoria Park for the now sold-out Lovebox with headliners, Chase and Status, plus Sub Focus and Annie […]

The best things in life are free

  • 15 July 2014
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Here at JACK HQ we love a freebie, especially when it involves fashion and food. JACK Arts are delighted to have worked with the great people over at the Barbican Centre, who have collaborated with arts organisation Create to launch a fashion pop-up street market; Ram Place Fashion Market is open from 12 – 20 July just off […]

Books about Town

  • 8 July 2014
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50 unique sculptures have popped up all over London featuring artwork inspired by a mix of modern favourites and literary classics  in a campaign launched by the National Literacy Trust. Benches shaped as open books have been created by local artists and illustrators. The works of art have been grouped in trails, so members of the public […]

Northumbria invades London’s art world

  • 2 July 2014
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A POP-UP street mural will launch a full-scale ‘London Invasion’ by Northumbria University, Newcastle, this week as stunning student designs take over one of the city’s central creative hubs. The street art installation, which will showcase current students’ work from Architecture, Art, Design and Media, is one of a series of guerrilla art invasions created […]