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Monthly Archives: September 2009

Koni Kats are World class.

We recently created a 3D sign made from Styrofoam for the media launch of the new  F1-in-schools 2010 season. The event, held at the beginning of September, was officiated by Minister for Education & Science, Batt O’Keeffe. “F1 in Schools” is a competition for secondary schools to design and manufacture compressed air-powered racing cars. Student [...]

Keeping your eye on the ball.

Early in the year, I wrote a post about the 3R’s, talking about the words “recession”, “redundancy” and “receivership”, and the fact that we were constantly hearing them from all sections of the media. Unfortunately, they are still words that are relevant today, but now there is a new “R” word on people’s lips: “Recovery”. [...]

Home for a mobile phone

In April, we created this Samsung Tocco Ultra mobile phone replica for our client, Kick Communications, for the launch of this model onto the Irish market. The launch and subsequent media coverage proved to be very successful but it left the giant cell phone taking up space in their Donnybrook offices. We were pleased to [...]

Formula 1 is go, go, dough.

The flag has dropped and we are into the start of a new school year, when kids across the country are encouraged to reach their potential and beyond, no matter what discipline they choose. An example of this is F1 in Schools. This is a unique challenge that enables second-level students to get their hands [...]

Fugitive Gorilla seeks refuge in Montana

In a blog post, in May, we told you about a incident where a ‘Gorilla’ went into a convenience store and stole a large polystyrene display banana on their second attempt. We know that you have been waiting on the edge of your seat to hear a conclusion to the story. Well, all we can [...]