Eoghan Nolan is a multi-award-winning copywriter and former creative director of McCann-Erickson, Irish International BBDO and Leo Burnett. In 2011, he founded Brand Artillery. 

The campaign created by Brand Artillery for Glasnevin Cemetery won the only Gold Bell given for Irish advertising at the prestigious ICAD awards 2014, where uniquely it also took Silver & Bronze. The enormously popular Glasnevin Posters have become collectors’ items and were featured in the documentary ‘One Million Dubliners’ which also took its name from the campaign.

Eoghan first collaborated with Annie Atkins in 2011. Together they work under the name Think & Son from their studio on Dublin’s Merrion Square. 





Annie specialises in graphic design for filmmaking. As well as creating contemporary artwork for movie posters, she also designs and makes any graphic pieces outlined by a period film script: like prison escape maps and telegrams to help create Wes Anderson’s fictional State of Zubrowka; or neon shopfront signs and fake passports for Spielberg's latest spy thriller. 

Annie has created graphics for four Oscar-nominated films: "The Boxtrolls", "Bridge of Spies",  "Room", and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" – the latter went on to win the Academy Award for Best Production Design.

Originally from Snowdonia in Wales, Annie has been based in Dublin since 2007, which she now considers her home.