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Posts Tagged: music

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 […]

This ain’t about just music

  • 4 December 2014
  • In blog

It isn’t the first and it won’t be the last film to trace the story of an East Coast rapper done good, but this latest documentary film attempts to reach beyond the usual self-indulgent nature and bring to light the social context behind the iconic albums creation. Celebrating the twentieth anniversary of his groundbreaking debut […]

Spirit of 69 for Dr. Martens

  • 19 September 2014
  • In blog

Yesterday the JACK team took to the streets to promote Dr. Martens latest range, Spirit of 69. Dressed in Dr. Martens latest collection, East London reggae band, The Skints, brought their beats to Dr. Martens stores, as well as a song or two on London’s underground. The whole thing was filmed to create a short […]

Reading & Leeds Festival

  • 29 August 2014
  • In blog

It’s hard to believe that already a week has gone by since the start of Reading and Leeds Festival.  JACK and DIABOLICAL have been lucky enough to get out to a few festivals this summer and we’ve seen a lot of things; from some of the biggest stars on the planet, to some of the […]

Jack goes underground with Vans

  • 8 August 2014
  • In blog

JACK’s recent poster campaign sees us promoting the upcoming Vans project at the Old Vic Tunnels. House of Vans opens tomorrow and will see the brand going underground at five of the tunnels under Waterloo Station, playing host to the only indoor skate park in London, plus a cinema, music venue, art gallery, bars and […]

Diabolical go for gold

  • 28 July 2014
  • In blog

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 […]

 
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