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National Album Day 2019

Following a successful inaugural year in 2018, National Album Day is back this weekend for its second edition with the theme’#Don’t Skip.’It will include a series of new releases and classic recordings spanning all musical genres, and it’ll also pay tribute to the wide range and styles of album artwork – something that has been […]

Our mirrored heart installation for Mark Ronson

Mark Ronson is best known for his collaborations with some of the music industry’s biggest superstars. The master producer now invites us into his world of “sad bangers” with his new album, Late Night Feelings. To celebrate its launch today, we took to The Green at Boxpark to create a stunning mirrored heart installation, full […]

Diabolical at The Great Escape Festival

The Great Escape is the festival for new music. It features around 450 international and UK pop, hip hop, electronic, and rock artists showcased at over 60 venues all over Brighton. However, it’s not all just about live music. Each year, delegate-pass holders gain valuable connections and learn about key music industry issues via the […]

Feel the ‘Colors’ with Beck

Beck has dropped his first album since the 2014’s Grammy Award-winning, Morning Phase.’Colors’ marks the jubilant rebirth of a musician who is back to his shapeshifting best. To celebrate its launch we teamed up with Virgin EMI to create a vibrantly colourful mural at Village Underground.

Festival season wraps up for another year

Festival season draws to a close for another year – its been an amazing summer of music, friends, drink and liberation from the daily grind – for you guys perhaps, but we’ve been busy putting up posters at the UK’s most-loved festivals! Here are some of our favourite shots taken along the way.

Ultralife out now

To celebrate the release of London-based alt-pop duo, Oh Wonder’s debut album, Ultralife, we created a giant ‘O’ and ‘W’, which the band took on tour through Shoreditch and Euston. The stunt went down an absolute treat with loads of their fan’s popping by to say hi!

Look what we did with a little help from our friends

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band took 129 days to record, between autumn 1966 and spring 1967, and it changed the world. The Beatles’ most iconic album has turned 50. In honour of the anniversary, and coinciding with a new deluxe reissue of Sgt. Pepper, we’ve created a super bright and very psychedelic special build […]

Festival season is about to drop

Is there anything better than live music? No. Is there anything more fun than music festivals? Hardly! Then it’s no surprise that 10.4 million people have journeyed to music events in the UK, spending over £2.3 billion. Don’t miss the chance to get in front of thousands of hard to reach music fans, when they’re […]

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