Unpredictable nature

Press advertising is a true love of Halo. You have to convey a message in an intriguing, compelling and stylish way that stops your audience in their tracks and engages them to learn more, discover and explore. Obviously sometimes press ads just show a product and ask you to buy it (looking at you DFS), but sometimes wonderful things happen.

Take Jeep.

Fancy a small bite?

We love beautifully realised, great ideas at Halo, and this work from Rethink Canada for Robin des Bois is a perfect example.

Draw with pollution

Tiger Beer is sponsoring Air‐Ink, an innovative range of pens, markers and spray cans made from recycled air pollution.

Taking workwear to new heights

Halo are proud to announce the launch of our latest transmedia campaign for Scruffs Workwear.

Are you a master of your trade? Win £350 cash and a Scruffs workwear collection

Are you a master of your trade? Would you like the opportunity to be the face of Scruffs Workwear and win £350 cash and a collection of Scruff’s workwear?


Cannes Lions 2016

Everyone reading this, meet Tom. Tom has spent a week on work experience at Halo working as a copywriter. Along with coming up with a product naming hierarchy for a new agricultural product range and making fairly average tea he’s also written this blog article about this years Cannes Lions. Now, Tom knew nothing about the Lions when he started, but he’s researched the hell out of it and the results below are his take on a few of the winners…

Elliot Christopher

Catherine Pampallis

Atypical Typography

One from a while back, but only recently discovered by the Halo studio. By Warsaw artist and designer Pawel Nolbert “Atypical Typography”, is a series of posters exploring form and rhythm of letters or pseudo-letters presented as half-realistic, half-illustrative figurative sculptures. The artworks were built from elaborate artistic painterly gestures into expressive arrangements, extending the aesthetic characteristic of typography.

They look pretty incredible we think you'll agree - makes you want to get out your paint brush...

Small potatoes

So, we came across this advert for Albert Bartlett Rooster Potatoes in the Guardian Weekend Magazine. Is this this the weirdest movie hookup we've ever seen? Maybe, although we kind of like the headline, if only because it's just soooo odd.

Like the movie The Martian starring Matt Damon? You'll love our Rooster potatoes! Would this make you trial a new brand of spud? Answers on a postcard please...