Tag: design

Arnotts Winter Sale

Arnotts needed a friendly face for their Winter Sale campaign. We built and animated a skiing snowman that was used in their TV spots and in their print campaign. We created the 10 second spot in a very quick turnaround time and added our usual flair and finesse to the short commercial. Once the client […]

Making the News at RTE

We’ve just finished a great project updating the look and feel of the RTÉ newsroom. Back in 2009, Noho designed the original backdrop for both the Six and Nine O’Clock News. That work has been on air ever since, announcing the nation’s news into our living rooms and (increasingly) onto our phones and tablets for nigh on […]

Lakker on NPR.org

When not busy with Noho projects, our lead graphics and web designer, Dara Smith, puts his talents to work through combined music and visualisations with his electronic band, Lakker. Their most recent project, “Thermohaline,” is currently on display on the NPR.org music website in the US, posted under the headline “The Dublin-based electronic duo Lakker’s […]

Visual Effects Complete for Irish Feature Film “Wild”

Our visual effects team at Noho has just completed work for “Wild,” creating some impressive effects and adding graphic design touches to the film. “Wild” is a Treasure Entertainment/ Green Earth/Crow’s Nest production, which tells the true story of Mary Reynolds, an unconventional Irish woman who followed her passion and convictions and became a pioneering […]

2013 Year in Review

Before launching into 2014 and all the excitement on the horizon, we wanted to catch our breath with a short post on the year just gone – one of the best we’ve ever had. 2013 was a big year for cultural heritage projects at Noho. We created content for King John’s Castle, the SS Nomadic, […]