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Directors: Rupert Cresswell, Ryan Hays, Diarmid Harrison Murray, Donal O'Keeffe, Kenneth Robin & Marc Smith
(in order of appearance):
“O” Diarmid Harrison-Murray
“F” Donal O’Keeffe
“F” Marc Smith
“S” Rupert Cresswell
“E” Ryan Jefferson Hays
“T” Kenneth Robbin
Title Design & Glitch VFX: Jessica Gaynor
VFX: Charles Downman, Erik Norrhede, Alexis Williams
Executive Producer: Richard Skinner
Audio Design: Echolab
Motion Design: Jess Gaynor
VFX Team - F-Bomb film: Charles Downman, Alexis Williams, Matthew Gifford, Erik Norrhede, Michael Drayton
Over the years his work has gathered recognition. Recently he was shortlisted for the prestigious Observer/Comica/Jonathan Cape Short Story Competition and shortlisted for the IDI Irish Design Awards. Despite his array of experience, Alé continues to create work that flourishes with spark and creativity, keeping it fresh and vibrant. He is based in Kilkenny since 2003 where he lives with Siobhán and their two children.
His unique visual approach particularly in his work on fashion imagery and film has earned him notable commissions from Italian VOGUE and ETRO and many key award wins including the 2017 IDI Grand Prix, IDI Award Best CG Short Film 2017, Best Italian Fashion Film – Milan 2017, Best Experimental Film and Gold for Best VFX – Berlin Fashion Festival 2017, Best VFX – San Diego La Jolla 2017.
He has worked on campaigns, brand identities, exhibitions, editorial and special projects for clients such as Selfridges, Nike, Honda, Vogue magazine, Dolce and Gabanna, the Guardian and Wolford, and has taught at CSM, Ecal and the Royal College of Art.
This artist-founded, artist-forward program was conceived in the belief that the process of making art is as valuable as the finished product. It is committed to deeply trusting artists, to explore their practice, as the best tack to collaboratively realizing new work. Crucially, the program is based on the belief that art has a very real, and profound impact in inspiring, uniting, and challenging communities.
Facebook Artist in Residence program started at Facebook’s headquarters in Menlo Park in 2012 offering local, early career artists the opportunity to make new, site-specific work in a trusted and unrestricted, corporate campus environment. The open-ended residency model has given way to a globally scaled site-specific commissioning program, that seeks out artists with an authentic presence in each community to make new work in all of the Facebook offices around the world. Last year Facebook supported over 125 new artworks globally. Last year, Facebook Artist in Residence program published a book surveying 225 artists’ works at Facebook over the first 5 years of the program and hosted a public art exhibition with new work by 50 of these artists in San Francisco. In the year ahead there is much more public engagement on the horizon: partnering with arts organizations, public art installations and events, and a whole lot more original site-specific art making opportunities for artists around the world.
Based in Dublin and with an office in New York, they've built our reputation over the last 20- plus years by conceiving, designing, writing, producing and managing great work that helps their clients’ businesses thrive.
Ultimately, the most effective creative work comes from curiosity. So they work with people who are inquisitive, passionate about creativity, and focused on results. That’s why, in addition to the 14-strong team in their studio, they also work with the best writers, photographers, illustrators, and strategists to help them do the best work they possibly can.
"And it is events like Offset that inspire us to try even harder to make Red Dog as good as it can be."
He is the man behind multi award-winning Christmas campaigns including “Sorry, I Spent It On Myself” for Harvey Nichols and the “Monty the Penguin” & “ Buster” & most recently “Moz the Monster” Christmas campaign for John Lewis. Additionally, The Guardian recently listed him in the UK’s top 100 creative innovators and he was he was listed in both AdAge’s prestigious 40 Under 40 and Creative Review’s 50 Creative Leaders.
Adam & Eve/DDB was named 2017 Agency of the Year at the British Arrows in June and CampaignBig awards in November and was the second-most-awarded agency globally at D&AD in April and to top it off they have just been named APG Agency of the Year for 2017.
After 22 years at the creative helm of Martha Stewart Living, Gael stepped away in order to pursue her long-standing interest in narrative. “Today I am endeavoring to translate those 20+ years of experience as a creative director and editor into short form profiles and I am working on a long form documentary about photography.”
Her great love is storytelling. “Portraits in Creativity,” the series of short-form documentary videos she directed and produced, seeks to capture the bravery of artists and artisans, and reveals the visual seduction of the creative process.
Since the publication of the book B+ has continued to work in the L.A. hiphop community. His first album cover work was for the Freestyle Fellowship (Inner City Griots). Since then he has done an estimated one hundred more for artists from Mos Def, Rza, Cappadonna, Q-Tip, Eazy E, Los Super Seven, Long Beach Dub All-Stars, Ozomatli, Jurrassic 5, Dialated Peoples, DJ Shadow, Company Flow, Blackalicious, Money Mark, David Axelrod, South Central Cartel, Warren G, Yusef Lateef, Madlib, J Dilla, Build an Ark, Cut Chemist, Damian Marley and Yesterday's New Quintet.
He was the photo-editor of Larry Flint’s ill fated highly influential Rappages from 1993 to 1997.
He has directed several music videos for DJ Shadow and ones for Nitro Microphone Underground (from Japan) and Control Machete (from Mexico). His latest venture puts old school drummers together with new school DJs and is entitled Keepintime: Talking Drums and Whispering Vinyl. The DVD of the project was released by Mochilla which is Cross’s production company with partner Eric Coleman and was a big success – subsequently the Sundance Channel bought the TV rights to the film and Ninja Tune released it in Europe and Australia.
The sequel Brasilintime: Batucada com Discos has just recently been finished and has premiered in Sao Paulo Brasil and is currently doing the film festival circuit.
B+ still lives in LA, answers his own phone, photo edits for Wax Poetics Magazine, still digs like crazy and DJs from time to time and is currently working on a book of photographs.
Through this approach, he’s connected thousands of strangers to draw each other, transformed thousands of emails into handwritten letters (published into a book), turned paper currency into protest, convinced complete strangers to share the last photo on their phones, raised awareness about data privacy, redefined the meaning of marriage, and made an 86-year old farmer famous.
His work has exhibited internationally, is in the permanent collection of the V&A Museum in London, has been featured in TIME, CNN, The New York Times, MSNBC, Fast Company, Wired, and received multiple Vimeo Staff Picks and Webby Honorees.
He has been recognized as a 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 artist, an Art Directors Club Young Gun, a Print New Visual Artist, and was named one of Fast Company’s ‘Most Innovative Companies.’
Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, he balances his time between running Cash Studios, making independent projects, and giving talks and workshops. Ask him sometime about how getting arrested lead to his first professional job.
Her books appeal to both the young and the young at heart and her work has inspired and influenced our own picturebook makers, from Niamh Sharkey to Chris Haughton.
With over 2,500 attendees each year, Offset has fast become one of the world’s most inspirational, educational and vocational conferences for the design and creative industries. Representing industry at all levels, our speakers are key disruptors and influencers in their field driving everything from huge global campaigns to awe inspiring personal projects.
We are delighted to have also collaborated with IBM, Dublin City Council, A Playful City, Windmill Lane, Damn Fine Print, NoBrow, Dalton Maag, Offsketch, AOI, Illustrators Ireland, IDI Design Enterprise Skillnet, Each & Other, Glug Dublin, Hi Tone, Conor Purcell, Joshua Davis, 100 Archive, Tiny Ark, Public House, Choice Cuts, HQ Bar & Becks Beer to bring you a stellar lineup of events.
Production Company: Tiny Ark
Director: Charles Alexander
Cam Op: Charles Alexander, Ronan Fox, Colm Moore
B Camera Operator: Blaine Rennicks
Producer: Alex Delap
Ass. Producre: Megan Brady
Executive Producer: Nathan Reilly
PostProduction: Charles Alexander
VFX: Ronan Fox, Colm Moore
Chris was the first graphic novelist to win a major literary prize (The Guardian’s First Book award in 2001 for Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth). Chris is widely known for his New Yorker magazine covers, having contributed cartoons and over 30 covers to The New Yorker since 1999 and his award-winning comic strip, The Acme Novelty Library.
Chris has been widely recognized over his career, including winning multiple Eisner and Harvey awards. He was honored in the exhibition “Masters of American Comics,” at the Jewish Museum in New York City, alongside Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, and Will Eisner, as well as many others.
Chris is in conversation with John Walters from Eye magazine.
Frith has built a practice renowned for its visionary creativity and research led approach. The work can take many forms: from brand identity design to perfume bottles, campaigns to books, and packaging to films. Frith believes in the power of design as a creative strategic tool to develop and evolve businesses.
Frith studied at Camberwell College of Arts and at the Royal College of Art. She co-founded and ran the design agency Kerr|Noble for 11 years before setting up Studio Frith in 2009. She is a trustee of the Arts Foundation, a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale and the only person in Who’s Who to list ‘reading in the bath’ under interests.