A writer’s right
“Antman’s unique ‘take’ revolutionised our published output.” Dr Jim Parker OBE, Registrar PLR.
After writers marched in 1973 for the right to receive annual payments from the government in return for loans of their work from public libraries, the Public Lending Right Act was passed in 1979. Approaching its 25th anniversary and in the Treasury’s spotlight, PLR identified the need to fight its corner and commissioned Antman to create a stronger, more dynamic presence. Retained for over a decade, distinctive branding and an eye-catching documentary approach to published imagery substantially raised PLR’s profile, helping them to put their case to successive governments.
Public Lending Rights
Following hard cuts, the design and production of a new publication to meet a standing requirement to provide a strong ‘voice’ for authors.
Far Moor Media
When a pitch has to attract the attention of the most pitched-at and seen-it-all individuals in the most pitch-rich business in the world – it’s got to be good.