Contact Details:

Jojopops Ltd

30 Chestnut Ave,

Huyton, Liverpool,

UK

L36 5XR

 

+44 (0)7949 729879

 

E-mail:

New Business

joe@jojopops.co.uk

 

Press / Web Linking

lucy@jojopops.co.uk

 

Freelance / CV Submission and general enquiries

info@jojopops.co.uk

 

Other:

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Press:

How-do - November 23rd 10

CALM Trolley Dash gets animated with Juice FM and Jojopops. Jojopops creates an animated promo for the annual trolley dash in Liverpool along with men's mental health charity CALM and Juice FM.
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Dave Will Design September 4th 10

Dave Will Design interview with Joe Spademan about Jojopops work, animation, design and the culture of the creative industry..
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Liverpool.com - January 15th 09

Liverpool.com feature on Canvas, a monthly event run by Rich Brown, Rich Hughes and Joe Spademan. Canvas showcases local talent, whether that be musicians, film-makers, artists, photographers, dj's or anything else.
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Daily Post - June 12th 08

Joe Spademan (Jojopops Ltd) is spotted at a Kin2Kin event by the Daily Post in their 'By Invitation Only' feature...
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Merseyside Acme - April 28th 08

Feature on Jojopops animation provided for the Fanta.co.uk website and interview with Joe Spademan. Their clients range from international superstar DJs all the way to community groups and primary schools. Jojopops offer a multitude of skills and are experienced problem solvers. Jojopops founder Joseph Spademan explains his work philosphy
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Knowsley News - March 08

Dream Reults For Alt Bridge School. A film made by a group of children with learning difficulties wins the prestigious Turner Prize with help from Jojopops at Liverpool Tate.
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How-Do - Feature February 08

How-Do article: Sneak peek at Jojopops 3D animation for Fanta. Jojopops, which was established in Liverpool in late 2005, won the work through a commission from London agency AKQA which holds the contract to produce Fanta’s site.
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Merseyside Acme - January 20th 08

Alt Bridge Secondary Support School wins Turner Prize with The Politics of Place. Jojopops worked with Alt Bridge Secondary Support Centre to put together the winning submission in the form of a video installation. The piece was titled "What's your dream?" and was phased as a question to encourage interaction between the viewer and the exhibit.
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Liverpool Echo - Jan 19th 08

Pupils with eye on Art win school's Turner Prize. Alt Bridge took first prize and won the Turner Prize with their 'What's Your Dream?' video exhibition.
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Liverpool Echo - Oct 15th 07

Joe sketches out bright future for film. Full page feature on Joe Spademan and the beginnings of Jojopops in Liverpool.
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Metro - Feb 14th 07

The Elements - aerial dance performances with music and calligraphy blending together eastern and western cultures. Article in the Metro newspaper featuring photography by Joe Spademan. Jojopops worked with Pool of Life to produce branding for the event. Interview with Jacqeline Jones.
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