We find happy clients are the best advertisement.
Faster Pussycat Productions has relied on word-of-mouth advertising for as long as we’ve been in business. It’s something that only comes from hard work, faster turnaround, great prices and personal service and that is why, over the years, we have acquired a long list of loyal, repeat customers.
Faster Pussycat Productions’ 2015 clients:
- Antaeus Flowers | Business
- Atheist Foundation of Australia | Organisation
- DUCK Art Collective | Community group
- FlexPack | Business
- Kath Birch | Artist
- High Wire Films | Television Production Company
- Indian Film Festival of Melbourne | Event
- Pancare Foundation | Organisation
- Pathways | Organisation
- Rationalist Society of Australia | Organisation
- SPASA | Organisation
- Video Assist Melbourne | Business
This month’s featured client.
The Atheist Foundation of Australia
Happiness through advertising
Our longstanding relationship with the Atheist Foundation of Australia, has culminated in Faster Pussycat Productions being asked to produce advertising for the Happiness Through Science tour of Australia by Robin Ince.
Robin is best known for presenting the BBC radio show The Infinite Monkey Cage with physicist Brian Cox and his recent performances include the Uncaged Monkeys Tour with Simon Singh, Brian Cox and Ben Goldacre and The Importance of Being Interested. In Happiness Through Science Robin asks whether you can be happy and rational at the same time.
For a change of pace, the brilliant design was created by another designer so that meant FPP had to massage the art into a wide variety of sizes and formats… which is no mean feat considering Robin is visiting 6 states during his Australian tour = lots of advertising!
Please visit The Atheist Foundation of Australia website and book yourself a seat to find out about Schrödinger cats!
Skeptical Blog Anthology
A little book of big blog posts
The Skeptical Blog Anthology is a collection of reader-nominated blog posts, representing the best of a new wave of online skepticism. Collected over a year, it features a plethora of posts on topics ranging from the vaccination debate, paranormal claims, the ongoing creep of creationism into politics and education, conspiracy theories, homeopathy, outreach, all kinds of alternative medicine and even attempts to tackle the question “What is skepticism?”.
Available to purchase via the Lulu.com as either a beautiful, tangible hard copy book or as a snazzy modern day digital pdf. Please support this brilliant project.