Talented British director Joanna Hogg is making an Exhibition of herself, with this highly original portrait of a marriage. We’re proud to have created the original key art for Artificial Eye’s theatrical release, which also includes an excellent cameo from the quintessentially British Tom Hiddleston.
4DVD’s Micky Flanagan was well and truly ‘Back In The Game’ with fantastic sales results on the back of a strong campaign, culminating in the DVD being the No.1 best selling stand up of 2013. Name Creative are proud to have been involved in the campaign every step of the way including creation of the original key art plus digital, press and outdoor (or should that be out-outdoor?!) creative. Full campaign to follow.
It was with great excitement that we received the brief for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire at the end of last year. Having created a tremendously successful original Hunger Games in 2012, it would be a wonderful challenge to produce a campaign even more memorable. Working closely with the brilliant team at Lionsgate, seven different skews were produced as well as outdoor, press and digital advertising. Hunger Games goes from strength to strength and we’re incredibly proud to be even a small part of it.
Marvel’s Ultimate Avengers have now got the ultimate packaging in Lionsgate’s highly collectible SteelBook, for which created the artwork. What better way to show off their hard as steel heroics. Though next time we’re hoping for an IronBook…
We’re thrilled no announce we will be delivering the UK theatrical campaign for Robert Rodriguez’s, Machete Kills. As well as producing the original quad poster we’ll also create and deliver the extensive press and outdoor campaign, including 6, 12, and 96 Sheets!
If you prefer your haunted houses with more humorous Munsters than humongous monsters, then look no further than the charming ‘A Magnificent Haunting‘, for which we created this original key art poster.
As Hercule takes a final bow amidst huge critical acclaim, ITV Studios release the Definitive Collection and Series 9. Following on from our work on Collection 1-12 which ITV say is ‘one of the best box sets we have ever released’, we were honoured to create the original key art for the finale of ‘one of TVs greatest achievements’ – The Telegraph. Adieu, Monsieur!
4DVD’s My Mad Fat Diary series 2 on DVD continues this successful adaptation of the critically acclaimed book My Fat, Mad Teenage Diary by Rae Earl. We’ve created the original key art for this and the boxset. We wish our own teenage diaries had looked this cool… unfortunately ours were covered with pictures of Duran Duran.