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John Lewis Olympic Banner Wraps – Oxford Street & Stratford

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To celebrate the Olympics, John Lewis wrapped its London Oxford Street and Stratford stores.

As the official department store provider for the Olympics, John Lewis unveiled a Union flag wrap around the Oxford Street store and a gold medal at Stratford.


Written by brookeg2

July 23, 2012 at 12:00 pm

Cadbury 6s – You win, if Team GB wins

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To support Cadbury’s on-pack promotion, entitled ‘You Win, if GB Wins’, we created mirror vinyls where consumers could go up and see their faces on an Olympic athletes body and ‘literarly’ showing them winning!

About the promotion: The promotion was easy; every pack contained a unique code on the inside of the wrapper which could be entered online at http://www.cadbury.co.uk or via text to receive a TeamGB and ParalympicsGB athlete’s name, an event that the athlete is competing in and the time of the final.  The premise was simple if that athlete wins then so does the consumer. If a consumer’s athlete wins in the final they will receive a cash prize linked to the medal won by that athlete – £20 for a gold medal, £10 for a silver or £5 for bronze.  This innovative promotion is set to bring to life the exhilaration of winning to consumers through the eyes of TeamGB and ParalympicGB athletes.

Written by brookeg2

June 25, 2012 at 12:00 pm

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Matalan Halloween

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Bus shelters nationwide were given a spine-tingling transformation for Halloween, as Matalan unveiled a creepy collection for the ultimate fright night out.

Sonic bus shelters emitted the howl of wolves and wind on shelters decorated with bats, cobwebs, spiders and even a motion sensitive skeleton puppet.

Written by crc1collins

October 18, 2009 at 4:43 pm

Lesbian Vampire Killers Day-glow Vinyl

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To add extra stand out and impact to their poster artwork Momentum used day-glow pink vinyl to emphasise the title of the Horne and Corden movie Lesbian Vampire Killers.

Written by rpsimkins

March 9, 2009 at 6:15 pm

O2 Loyalty Rewards – Silhouette Printing

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Written by jonrgreaves

February 19, 2006 at 2:25 pm