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Tá Gaeilge Agam

Publicis Dublin created a dynamic new campaign for TG4 to stir emotion and celebrate all fluency levels of the Irish language – a unique and special language that Irish people own. In Irish/Gaeilge we don’t say “I speak Irish”, we say “I have Irish”. It belongs to me. Tá Gaeilge Agam. Gaeilge can and should represent all of the vibrancy, inclusiveness, openness and idiosyncrasy of modern Ireland!

Publicis Dublin worked alongside Canadian photographer Chris Lyndhorst to create a series of dramatic imagery for the campaign. Stunning portraits of Panti Bliss, Blindboy, Sene Naoupu, Catlin Nic Aoidh and Chris Hadfield were art directed around some integrated typography.


Client: TG4
Title: Tá Gaeilge Agam
Creative Director: Carol Lambert
Art Director: Neil Hanratty
Copywriter: Darragh Carey
Managing Director: Padraig Burns
Account Manager: Niamh Crummey
Clients: Padraig O’Raighne
Photographer: Chris Lyndhorst
Design: James Kelleher
Photographer – Christopher Lindhorst
Retouching – Floss Creatives
Set Design – Lesiele Juliet, James Donnelly

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