This week sees the first phase of New World Payphones being installed on the streets of London’s West End, bringing Adshel Live back into the heart of the nation’s capital and its cultural, business and entertainment centres.
Sony Pictures celebrates the launch of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle on JCDecaux’s Clapham Colossus02 Jan 2018
Sony Pictures has launched a new campaign with JCDecaux, the UK’s number one Out-of-Home advertising company, to bring its latest film: ‘Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle’, to life using the Clapham Colossus billboard.
14 Dec 2017
To promote entries for the upcoming Survivor South Africa Season 6 in 2018, and to generate extra attention and excitement among viewers for the premier, M-Net channel 101 on DStv and Retroviral, an online communications agency based in Johannesburg, teamed up with JCDecaux sub-Saharan Africa to create an attention-grabbing version…
01 Dec 2017
Visible from Waverley Train Station and Princess Street, the undoubtedly busiest street in Edinburgh, this high impact Giant Poster targets a mass audience who work, do business, shop and explore the city each day.
Something ice cold arrived at London's Covent Garden on the morning of Monday 27th November, a life-sized ice sculpture of Caesar on horseback to mark the release of War For The Planet of the Apes on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital Download.
Clear Channel has unveiled the first digital out of home (DOOH) Christmas Gift Guide, featuring gift ideas from a range of brands to inspire shoppers in the run up to the festive season.
17 Nov 2017
JCDecaux, the market leader in Digital Out-of-Home (DOOH), today announces a further major expansion of its National Towers Channel, a network of high-quality digital screens in premium advertising locations across the UK.
Located a stone’s throw from the historic Brooklands motor and aviation museum and the aerodrome that predates it, Dakota’s name is itself a nod to the rich history of aviation in the area. In the first six months of 2017, the building’s owners had it stripped back to a shell…
18 May 2017
When the world’s most famous police headquarters moved from London’s St James’s Park to Victoria Embankment in late 2016, Signbox was tasked with replacing the iconic sign that had been seen steadily rotating outside the St James’s Park building, and on television screens around the world, since 1968.
Architectural signage specialist Signbox has recently completed a new interior and exterior signage project for the West London offices of Japanese entertainment giant, Bandai Namco.