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Think & Son

Think & Son

Think & Son

M

Part of
Liminal
Milan
April 14-19

NY

Part of
Liminal
New York
May 15–18

E

Part of
Liminal
Eindhoven
Oct 17-25

D

Part of
Liminal
Dublin
Nov 20 -
Dec 30

K

Part of
Liminal
Kilkenny
Apr 8 -
Jul 3

With degrees in Visual Communication and Film Production, Annie Atkins cut her teeth in filmmaking on the crew of historical drama The Tudors, making vintage-style graphic props for use on set. She went on to specialise in the creation of artefacts, signage and documents on a wide range of period productions.

After working on Oscar-nominated animation The Boxtrolls, Annie was called in by Wes Anderson as Lead Graphic Designer on The Grand Budapest Hotel, which went on to win the Academy Award for Production Design. Annie spent most of 2014 working on Spielberg’s historical thriller Bridge of Spies, set in 1960s New York and Berlin and scripted by the Coen brothers. She is now back home working from her studio in Dublin, where she is also a photographer and film poster designer. In 2011, Annie first collaborated with Eoghan Nolan, an award-winning copywriter and former Creative Director of McCann-Erickson, Irish International BBDO and Leo Burnett. In 2011, he founded Brand Artillery. The campaign created by Brand Artillery for Glasnevin Cemetery won the only Gold Bell given for Irish advertising at the prestigious Institute of Creative Advertising & Design (ICAD) Awards 2014, also taking Silver & Bronze. Those top honours marked 26 years since Eoghan’s work was first recognised at ICAD. The enormously popular Glasnevin posters have become collectors’ items and were featured in the documentary One Million Dubliners” which took its name from the campaign. Annie and Eoghan now work together under the name Think & Son.

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Annie Atkins is gespecialiseerd in het creëren van artefacten, borden en documenten voor een brede reeks periodeproducties. Ze heeft gewerkt aan het voor een Oscar genomineerde The Box Trolls als hoofd grafische vormgeving en aan de film The Grand Budapest Hotel, welke een Oscar heeft gewonnen voor productievormgeving. Eoghan Nolan is een prijswinnende copywriter en de voormalige directeur van McCann-Erikson, Irish International BBDO en Leo Burnett. Eoghan werkte voor het eerst samen met Annie in 2011. Ze werken samen onder de naam Think & Son.