The Firedog Roundup: Joyce Didonato, Art vs Machine and our nationwide campaign


The Firedog studios have been kept very busy these last few weeks. Our nationwide offshore wind campaign for DONG Energy UK is up in most tube stations and is featured in the national and regional press. In other news, read about our Hoxton Square BBQ and Joyce Didonato’s Barbican performance.

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Our latest campaign for DONG Energy UK


The weekly roundup: fake sculptures, hand-crafted typography and a new website launch


el_280714_01-630x354Fabrice Le Nezet’s fake sculptures in Dalston Junction sparked debates this week. When we spend most of our time glued to screens, does it even matter whether a piece of artwork exists in the physical world? We’ve also been looking at hand drawn typography, discussing the significance of hackathons and have just launched our biggest website to date. Read on.


The weekly roundup: Kemistry gallery, geek football and a new team page


927750_285033068342671_576141533_aIt may have been overcast in London this week, but our spirits have been higher than the Brazilian football team’s. We headed to Kemistry gallery’s latest exhibition, looked at the relationship between data and football, and launched our brand new team page!


The weekly roundup: World Cup fever, East Village Radio and chatbots


2014-06-13 14_44_25-Brazil World Cup Fifa Fans _ PhotoConversation in the studio this week has mainly revolved around one thing. Apologies for jumping on the World Cup bandwagon, but the excitement has inevitably rubbed off on us. We’ve looked at Brazilian street art, discussed ad campaigns and sorted the Firedog sweepstake.


The weekly roundup: Google’s bold logo refresh, Mona Lisa selfies and Photoshop plugins


 

_75069140_tiziano_la_venere_d_urbinoIn spite of the British weather, it’s safe to say that we’ve had a better week than Nick Clegg. Refusing to let the rain dictate his wardrobe choices, Alessandro bravely sported the first vest of the summer. In other news, take a look at the logo refresh that shocked the world. Or not.