For LCH’s 2012 Annual Report & Accounts we applied a circus theme which applauding the organisations ‘Amazing Feats’, after all, LCH perform so many of them, day in and day out…
Hot on the heels of one big BBC games project, we have another one to tell you about! This time it was for BBC Schools and was a series of games based around 21 different famous people – ranging from the very well known such as Shakespeare, Dickens and Henry VIII right the way through to lesser-known unsung heroes of the past such as Mary Anning, and Mary Seacole! This is the project that has kept us locked away for the past 6 months, so I thought now was a good time to give you all the run-down as the games have just launched on the BBC Famous People site – accessed via the thumbnails on each famous person’s page.
Liverpool City Centre came to a standstill at the weekend with the arrival of the Sea Odyssey Giants.
Splinter HQ in Blundell Street saw the Giant Uncle saunter past the office to check if anyone was working on Saturday 21st April 2012. Luckily for us, Phil Matthews from Flamin Delux was on hand to capture the event on the camera!
We hear a lot about the Baltic Triangle (where we’re based) being the new creative quarter in Liverpool, but it’s not often that we see someone with an easel and paintbrush! He was even braving the rain!
Splinter MD Chris Beer has finally got round to purchasing a new car to help his recurring back problems due to his increasing maturity.
After talk of Land Rovers and other butch cars, Chris has gone for the hairdressers special, the Mitsubishi Shogun Pinin.
In true Splinter style, the lads from the office have suitably decorated the car for him!