Shot of a Julia's House Swindog as part of the The Big Dog Art Trail in Swindon. The dog is purple and blue, and surrounded by wild flowers.


We’re delighted to have been part of the pack behind the marketing of The Big Dog Art Trail in support of Julia’s House children’s hospice that unleashed more than 30 larger-than-life balloon dog sculptures across Swindon this summer. 

Dubbed as Swindogs (and pups), the community canines were distinctively designed by a wide range of well-known and undiscovered artists – and we must say they look nothing short of fetching! We helped our client Julia’s House celebrate the artists and sponsors behind the life-sized balloon doggies with a whole host of promotional and exhibition display materials (a round of ap-paws for our graphic designers.) 

From posters and leaflets to banners and signs, as well as the doggie name tag ‘plinth plaques’, Team Lolly helped create some pawsome branding and designs to help get tails wagging, spark creativity, and raise some all-important awareness (and cash) for a much-loved (and needed) charity. 

It’s feel-good jobs like these that are a total dream to work on – collaboration and creativity at their heart and fun messaging that appeals to the masses. If you are in Swindon this summer, they are an absolute must-see, so make sure you take a little walk(ies) around town and paws for a very good cause.