isobel's Christmas card for 2019 is inspired by a 1950s Salvation Army brass band

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It's become something of an annual tradition for isobel when each December the London-based creative agency launches a themed Christmas card.

We've seen ballet dancers, cheerleaders and tributes to Peter Pan for previous years. For 2019, they're blowing their own trumpets, dressing up as a 1950s brass band, inspired by the Salvation Army and to celebrate the season of goodwill.

The card was created by isobel's Creative Partner Rob Fletcher and photographed by Paul Thompson at Boutique Artists. Rob said: "Each year we all take a day out of the office to create something beautiful. In an increasingly digital world, shooting these for real is a great memory for everyone. It also lets us express our culture and creativity while having lots of fun."

Previous isobel Christmas cards have included Swan Lake, Peter Pan, cheerleaders, Harikrishna devotees, Dutch Masters and a retirement home. You can watch the "making of" this year's contribution here.