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Are you a budding video game designer? Black Mirror is back.

  • 8 January 2019
  • In blog

Christmas is always synonymous with great TV – new favourites, old classics and timeless specials. But these days we’ve also selfishly come to expect a new series of Black Mirror to help us navigate the lost time between Christmas and New Years – and the tail-end of 2018 did not disappoint when Bandersnatch appeared on […]

Own your power with The Darkest Minds

  • 9 August 2018
  • In blog

We joined forces with Rapport to spread the word on the street about the release of a brand new super hero film, The Darkest Minds. Set in the United States, it follows a group of teenagers who are amongst 2% of young adults to survive a deadly disease– and in doing so develop superhuman powers. Locked in […]

Join the Ecover clean world revolution

  • 17 May 2018
  • In blog

Clean world crusaders Ecover have continued their quest to help us all live clean with their latest campaign against single-use plastic. Going a step beyond providing eco-friendly and biodegradable cleaning products, they’ve now also pledged that all of their bottles will be made from 100% recycled plastic by 2020. This means that each Ecover bottle […]

Vincent Chapters captures London life

  • 18 August 2015
  • In blog

London based urban photographer, Vincent Chapters was born and bred in the capital. His evocative photos capture passers-by and friends, architecture and the medley of characters that make up the city. His portfolio shows everything from rap battles to eccentrics you might find on the underground. Definitely worth checking out his site! www.vincentchapters.com

ENO listening posters

  • 27 February 2015
  • In blog

It might sound like something from the future, but when Jack Arts was asked to create a campaign to bring opera to the streets of London the team made plug and play posters very much a thing of the present. Across the city, Londoners are getting the chance to hear the first eight performances from […]

Music video director + international artist

  • 26 February 2015
  • In blog

What happens when a music video director embarking on his first feature length film meets an international artist and graduate of New York’s prestigious School of Visual Arts? Catch Me Daddy is the debut film from music video director Daniel Wolfe and his brother Matthew. Responsible for turning Jake Gyllenhaal into a serial killer in […]

One dream can change the world

  • 6 February 2015
  • In blog

While controversy has surrounded the Martin Luther King biopic due to actor David Oyelowo being overlooked for the Oscars Best Actor list, Selma is storming the box offices around the world and winning rave reviews. Jack worked with global brand experience company PS Live to create an outdoor poster campaign for the UK release of […]

Adventures of the Black Square

  • 23 January 2015
  • In blog

The Whitechapel Gallery’s newest exhibition is taking a trip through abstract art. Taking Kazimir Malevich’s 100-year-old painting of a black square as a starting point. The show presents four themes in chronological order including, ‘Utopia’ featuring Malevich’s black square and artwork from Vladimir Tatlin, the man behind The Monument to the Third International. ‘Architectonics’ introduces […]

Fashion Week AW15

  • 19 January 2015
  • In blog

Twice a year more than 130,000 people attend the biggest fashion events in the world, as Women’s Fashion Week comes to New York, London, Milan and Paris. Designers, models, bloggers, journalists, artists and fans flock to four of the world’s biggest capital cities to enjoy the best of fashion from around the world. With access to the majority of […]

When music and art combine

  • 13 January 2015
  • In blog

You may not be familiar with the name Hapshash and the Coloured Coat, but you will probably recognise the artwork. Graphic designer Michael English met Nigel Waymouth, artist and co-partner in what has since become known as London’s first psychedelic boutique, Granny Takes a Trip, at the height of the ‘swinging sixties,’ when a mutual […]

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