Eircom, Ireland’s largest telecoms business, is undergoing a period of change. Said to be the country’s largest rebrand in 20 years, Eir is rolling out it’s new brand on over 1,700 new shirts, hard hats and hi-vis vests for staff and new external signage for its 63 stores, not to mention the 6,000 television and 4,500 radio adverts set to grace audiences throughout Ireland.
If your work is considered good enough to be published in Angus Hyland and Steven Bateman’s Symbol book, clearly, you’re doing something right. If you’ve got three marks sitting pretty in that bad boy then it’s probably safe to give yourself a nice pat on the back. Dublin’s Creative Inc are in such a covetous position, and with a menagerie of design treats on view in their portfolio, they live by the mantra “great design is […]
Saturday’s St Patrick’s knees up made us take a good long hard look at ourselves ~ there was a distinct lack of presence from the Emerald Isle on our dear Journal. Enter Dubliner (though London-based) Stephen McCarthy and his delicious brand of goodies. And goodies they are indeed from the über talented chap. Just five years out of university and currently earning his crust working for Imagination, of his work McCarthy says he; “employs a reductive […]
Running from 9–11 March 2012, Dublin’s creative festival OFFSET 2012 encompasses talks, gallery shows, presentations, workshops, debates, parties, interviews and Q&A’s with some of the leading creatives of the world. Did I mention parties? If all that isn’t enough to tickle your taste buds, you wait ’till you get your chops around the speakers lined up for the week. In no particular order of awesomeness; Michael Bierut, Paula Scher (both of Pentagram notorioty), Stefan Sagmeister, […]