Monthly Archives: October 2015

Those who think famous. Get famous.

  • 28 October 2015
  • In blog

It’s official. We’ve executed one of the greatest PR stunts of all time, according to an article on MSN this week. The campaign was for Macmillan Publishing to promote This Diary Will Change Your Life, where we stuck a guy on a billboard for one whole day – it became famous across the nation. At Jack we […]

Romans on the loose in Waterstones Piccadilly

  • 27 October 2015
  • In blog

Jack Arts teamed up with Profile Books to launch Mary Beard’s SPQR, which provides a new view on Roman history from one of the world’s foremost classicists. To bring the book to life and to drive some talkability around the launch, we recruited a band of unruly Romans and let them loose in Waterstones Piccadilly. […]

Our sister agency, Diabolical become’s Boiler Room’s official outdoor media partner

  • 26 October 2015
  • In blog

We’re excited to announce that our sister agency, Diabolical has joined forces with Boiler Room, to become its official outdoor media partner. Since its inception five years ago, Boiler Room has become a music platform phenomenon, hosting intimate, invite-only live music sessions at private locations across the globe, whilst streaming the performances live on the Boiler […]

Valerie Phillips launch event

  • 15 October 2015
  • In blog

As a friend of the self-confessed Peter Pan of the fashion photography world, the Jack team attended Valerie Phillip’s latest book launch at the Ace hotel in Shoreditch. We had a brilliant evening, sipping on cocktails and rubbing shoulders with the trendy people from the creative world. Phillips is a New York born photographer, based […]

MTV pop icons get scrapped

  • 13 October 2015
  • In blog

We’re loving the bright, tongue and cheek work coming out of South American studio Le Cube. They were recently briefed on some work by MTV, to create seven gif-style animations which made fun of some of the biggest names in pop music. Sadly, MTV’s US legal department decided to scrap the work, as they felt […]

Jack Arts sponsors the talented Jon Doubleday

  • 5 October 2015
  • In blog

Amazing art, tasty cocktails and wicked hip hop beats were all aplenty at Jon Doubleday’s private view. Jack Arts was proud to sponsor this talented, young artist’s first exhibition, The Occasional but Continual Realisation of the End, held at The Hoxton Arches Gallery in East London. Doubleday is a talented contemporary artist, who creates abstract work […]

MadC adds a splash of colour to Dulwich

  • 1 October 2015
  • In blog

Jack Arts teamed up with Dulwich Picture Gallery and Thames & Hudson to work on MadC’s new street art book, Mural XXL.The Internationally renowned street muralist’s latest book presents a world tour of more than 200 of the best XXL graffiti and street-art murals – from Paris, Berlin and Los Angeles to Rio, Delhi and […]