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7th March 2017 - No Comments!

The Orbit Showtime Network

Well here's a thing. A TV broadcaster that I oversaw the re-branding of towards the end of 2016 is beginning to roll out the new work across 17 Middle-Eastern territories. Of the many stipulations, the two priorities were that it had to be very red and very white, so I've definitely ticked those boxes.

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The only thing I've found so far is the website, but the re-brand covered everything through press, OOH and of course digital with various TVC scripts thrown in for good measure. Once i've collated a decent array of examples I'll make a project page, as it was good fun to limbo through varying degrees of state censorship with Deadpool, the all-female Ghostbusters and the almost perma-nude cast of Westworld.

7th February 2017 - No Comments!

New year assignments

Marauding Lego figures, debit cards for kids, speaking for a national football league, re-branding the Middle East's largest broadcaster... then the world's oldest rum.

Nope – not some cheese-induced fever dream, or even my favourite David Byrne lyrics. This is what i've been up to for the last six weeks. Work to follow!

1st December 2016 - No Comments!

Holidays are coming…

Apposite of time, here's one I made earlier. Found at Waterloo East platform 1. The digital 6-sheets were also cool, as were all the digital display, but this is the only thing I've seen in real life so far.

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3rd November 2016 - No Comments!

Crates of warm beer

Exactly a year ago today (entirely coincidentally) I was working on an international brief for Miller Lite. It was only three or four days work, and one of those jobs that you leave with the agency... never knowing if anything will come of it.

Well it turns out our Stadium ideas did, even though they didn't escape some serious internationalisation cheese topping in the process.

 

22nd September 2016 - No Comments!

Bustin’ Fingerbreak

You can barely make it out but, this nasty bone chip won't make friends with the main part of the bone again so they've put a pin in it. The bone marrow that is, not the flawed concept of friendly bones. Thankfully i'm effortlessly ambidextrous*

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2017 Update: Back in full working order. Hoorah for the NHS.