Recent Past Clients
The Voodoo Rooms Nightclub in Cork City, Ireland 2019
The rooftop bar of Voodoo Rooms required a full renovation keeping in with the new theme ‘The Afterlife’. We worked closely with the clients to bring their vision to life. Skulls, Day of The Dead, Jungle plants and Mardi Gras made this space really pop.
What the space looked like before we got to work –
Press coverage welcoming the reopening of the rooftop bar
”As you might expect, given the name and link with The Nightmare Realm, The Afterlife has a number of frightful features”
”The top floor has been completely renovated with the help of Cork’s spooky specialists to create a haunted house party setting that Marie Laveau would be proud of”
”The new space was created by the makers of ‘The Nightmare Realm’ and as you’d expect brings a taste of otherworldly glamour to the city’s nightclub scene in the form of installations teaming with skulls, Voodoo Dolls, Ouiji boards and much more.”
Bloom in the Park 2019 / 2018
Department of Agriculture
The Department of Agriculture contacted us in 2018 with ideas to create a stand for Bloom in the Park, focusing on the Protection of Ireland’s horticulture industry and wider environment from exotic pests and diseases.
A plant Health awareness raising campaign for 2018 and again in 2019 was created with the intention to bring awareness targeting at international travellers, tourists and commercial businesses who are bringing plants, plant products and other high risk items made of plant material into Ireland from abroad.
We were given a list of insects to recreate in larger than life sizes as well as creating a bright visual display to replicate an airport customs clearance desk.
These insects had to be the talking point of the installation. They had to be visually effective and large enough to stand out. Using images from the internet we hand sculpted these insects in clay, molding the body and limbs separately in silicone and finally casting the insects in Fire Proof Polyurethane. Each insect has a metal skeleton and anchor points to connect them to the stand. Each insect was hand painted and varnished to a high quality.
The client was so happy with the insects that we were commissioned again the following year to make more for their 2nd year in a row running their campaign at Bloom in the Park, Dublin.
Below are images from work in progress and installation
Press coverage around the Don’t Risk It! Campaign
”The objective of the campaign is to highlight the social, environmental and economic impact of bringing in infected plant material or quarantine pests and diseases into Ireland”
‘‘Through the mediums of the internet, social media and attending key events, the Department’s objective of the campaign is to educate the general public”
”I am delighted to launch this new plant health awareness raising initiative by my Department here at Bloom”
”Minister Doyle launches ‘Don’t Risk it!’ Plant Health Awareness Campaign”
Fox Carving for local Kerry village 2019
We were asked by a local tidy towns committee to create a wood carving from a fallen tree.
The idea was to create a Fox as it is a much loved country animal around the area.
Never shy of a challenge we created the fox completely from wood, a first for our company as we are used to dealing with much larger and often lighter materials.