Scotch Bonnet Competition on Enjoy Malahide

•August 16, 2010 • Leave a Comment

The Scotch Bonnet, with Enjoy Malahide are offering you the chance to win a 3 Course Dinner for 2 PLUS a Bottle of Wine in The Scotch Bonnet on Church Road in Malahide, North County Dublin, Ireland. TO ENTER: All you have to do is, 1. Go to http://www.facebook.com/enjoymalahide, 2. Click ‘comment’ below the post titled ‘COMPETITION TIME’, and tell us your favourite dish from their menu (see the link below) and 3. Invite all your friends to join Enjoy Malahide on Facebook so they can enter too. When they reach 1,500 fans they’ll do a raffle of all the entrants and announce the winner on the page. To see the Scotch Bonnet menu, click on the ‘View Full Menu’ link (under their opening hours) on this page: http://www.enjoymalahide.com/eating/premium/scotch_bonnet/ (Competition only open to fans of Enjoy Malahide)

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Project: Enjoy Malahide – Malahide Village, Co. Dublin, Ireland

•August 6, 2010 • Leave a Comment

The Beta Site for Enjoy Malahide was launched recently, http://www.enjoymalahide.com this new site is run in conjunction with the Facebook page www.facebook.com/enjoymalahide which celebrated reaching over 1,100 fans last weekend. On the site and through the facebook page Enjoy Malahide promotes all the events, special offers, amenities and destinations in Malahide, Co. Dublin, Ireland, plus a full FREE listing for all the local businesses and organisations. There are pages dedicated to Malahide Castle, The Beach, Malahide Marina, as well as the pages promoting events, special offers, and things to do in the area.

The sole aim of this site is to improve the profile of Malahide both on-line and to potential visitors from home and abroad as well as acting as a useful reference for locals too. The site is run locally by locals, and a lot of passion and hard work goes into locating and publishing information on local events, businesses and organisations. Within this aim Enjoy Malahide hopes to encourage more events and special offers in Malahide whilst promoting a greater sense of community for both locals and visitors to enjoy. New features will be added to the site all the time, creating new and better ways to promote the Village and the website itself, so it’s a fun project for them to run and a great venture. This project is an exciting new venture by Ambient Project Web Design Dublin, who are using their expertise, local knowledge and spare time to create this fantastic resource for Malahide Village.

Whether you are looking for great shopping, tasty food in a wide range of fantastic restaurants, great nights out in bars or general fun and games on the beach or at the castle for the family, Malahide has it all, and its all there for you on one handy site http://www.enjoymalahide.com

A short movie to make you smile – Mr. Bojagi starring Brian Blessed

•May 14, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Choosing the perfect gift for someone can be difficult, but now a mysterious man with a mind reading machine might just have the solution…

Mr. Bojag is an independent short film produced by a small team of committed filmakers. The film is a completely independent production and is currently screening at festivals across the UK and the United States. If you enjoy the film and would like to see more adventures starring Mr Bojagi, you can help them build support for the feature length version by copying the weblink and sending it on to your friends: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xda7mu_mr-bojagi-starring-brian-blessed-fu_shortfilms#hp-s-t

Awards:

‘British Lion Award – Best Achievement in Film’ British Independent Film Festival 2010

‘Best Actor – Brian Blessed’
British Independent Film Festival 2010

‘Official Selection’
Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival, Boston
International Family Film Festival, Hollywood
Bradford International Film Festival, Bradford
International Children’s Film Festival, San Francisco
British Independent Film Festival, Bournemouth
Kinofilm European Short Film Festival, Manchester

Follow Mr Bojagi on facebook

Reinterpretations of a Movie Poster: Stylish

•April 25, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Posters of famous and classic movies are very popular on the internet, and more and more designers are doing reinterpretations of these posters, and the majority of these manage to convey the ideas of the films in a much simpler way. These reinterpretations created in ‘hindsight‘ work well now because the movies are very well-known, so we can understand the abstract relevance of them.

Ibrahim Youssef – http://www.flickr.com/photos/heemaz/

Stylish Re-Envisioned Movie Posters

Stylish Re-Envisioned Movie Posters

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Incredible Interior Design Typography

•April 13, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Unfortunately we don’t have much back­ground on this really amaz­ing, three-dimensional typog­ra­phy, other than know­ing it was cre­ated by Moscow-based Fly Arts Group, and it miust have taken a very talented person quite a while to put together. Take a look at a few more detailed shots right here.

Rug Envy

I’ve always admired Anthropologie’s rug selec­tion from a dis­tance, as they’re way out of my price range. But two recent addi­tions to the cat­a­log really caught my eye, with their paint-by-number inspired designs.

You Are Here Rug

Red Barn Rug

Visual Armory

I was so happy to see the work of Andy Luce, aka Visual Armory, in my inbox recently. His per­sonal, heart­felt work, fea­tur­ing beau­ti­ful hand-lettering, imme­di­ately cap­tured my attention.




If you like what you see, you can pick up some of the cards you see here as well as a few other items in Andy’s shop.

Interior Design Typography

Unfortunately I don’t have much back­ground on this really amaz­ing, three-dimensional typog­ra­phy, other than know­ing it was cre­ated by Moscow-based Fly Arts Group. Take a look at a few more detail shots right

The wonderful on-line portfolio of Nina Borges

•April 10, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Check out the wonderful on-line portfolio of Nina Borges, full of fonts, corporate branding and identities, logos, packaging and lots of wonderful, imaginative and humorous illustrations, including my favorite, her series called ‘Bitter Zoo’. ‘Bitter Zoo’ is the illustrated tale, or is it tail, of some down in their luck and altogether dreary animals of all shapes, sizes and psychological issues.

Go to her site here: www.ninaborges.com and while your at it why not take a gander at her blog full of her inspirations and illustrations www.nina-borges.blogspot.com

Irish National Lottery EuroMillions Plus TV Advert

•April 8, 2010 • Leave a Comment

I like it, I like it, is it the windmill hats or the little dutch accents….or the lure of double my money…..I think its the accents, for ssssssssure!