Interesting Thursdays

Using an x-acto knife (a really, really precise scalpel), South Korean artist Yoo Hyun creates hand-carved paper portraits of famous personalities. Mental!   Love these abandoned places shots from photographer Christopher Richter, despite them leaving a slightly sad taste in my…

By Sophie Killingray - On 1 Oct 2015

Seven Up for Propaganda as New Business Sparks Hires

Following a raft of new business successes contributing to one of our best starts to the year in recent times, we’ve made seven appointments across the business. The hires will help to support new business wins and existing long-term client…

By Julian Pearce - On 29 Sep 2015

Interesting Thursdays

Loving this new ad by RPA for Honda. Paper is like nothing I’ve ever seen before.   This is so feel-good it’s slightly uncomfortable: 1000 musicians play Learn to Fly by Foo Fighters in a field.   Do some good…

By Joseph Hughes - On 24 Sep 2015

Champion Time for Propaganda at Headingley

Propaganda client Glenbrae are proud to be known by the company they keep, and in this case, they’re in the company of a true champion. The fine knitwear brand has teamed up with Andrew Gale, the captain of cricket’s County…

By Julian Pearce - On 23 Sep 2015

The branding of a city

I recently attended an event organised by Insider which focussed on the future of Leeds. It was one of the best attended business events I’ve been to in the city, and was hosted by Opera North at the impressive Grand…

By Julian Pearce - On 22 Sep 2015

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