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Ads of the Week: Wieden+Kennedy, BETC, Uncommon and more

Three - #PhonesAreGood If it weren’t for your mobile how would you find love lounging on the sofa? Buy new shoes sitting on the toilet? Or get a pizza stonebaked, seasoned and delivered to your door at the drop of a thumb? This ad from...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Features

England's Rugby Kit: The 250,000-mile manufacturing adventure

So apparently, we won the rugby against Fiji on Saturday. 35-11, I believe. But there, I’m afraid, my knowledge of rugby stops. And so does my interest, if I’m honest, unless pizza and beer and a room full of friends is included. Sorry,...

Posted by: Ashley Morrison
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Technology

#TechTuesday: Muji's weather bus, Apple goes green, easyJet and more

Muji's all weather bus Japanese brand Muji has revealed designs for an autonomous shuttle bus built for all weather conditions, set to hit the road in three Finnish cities by 2020. The public vehicle, called Gacha, is designed in collaboration with...

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Top Hires of the Week

Framestore Framestore has announced the promotion of Grant Walker and Ahmed Gharraph to Joint Heads of CG in London. The two will sit alongside Ross Burgess, Head of Animation, in the leadership of the creative studio’s highly successful...

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Top Hires of the Week

Sonic Union NYC-based audio studio Sonic Union announces the addition of composer/experiential sound designer/mixer Rob Ballingall. Working out of both its Bryant Park and Union Square locations, Rob offers his talents in music and audio post, with...

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Advertising

Top 20 Ads of 2017

With digital arguably superseding traditional TV advertising as the most relevant and cost-effective way-forward for the industry this year, it's surprising that we actually enjoyed such a banner year for great, 30-90 second creative content. Of...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

Rebrand Roundup: Snacks, whales, dolphins and other stories

BrandOpus - 9NINE 9NINE has unveiled a new identity and packaging for their range of healthy snacks with the help of leading strategic brand packaging design agency BrandOpus. Originally named “9Bar,” the brand needed to elevate itself...

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Advertising

MEC reveal the Face of Advertising at Advertising Week Europe

Ever wondered what the face of advertising looks like? The picture above is the result of MEC’s initiative at Advertising Week Europe yesterday, which used photographs of attendees and a bespoke facial merging tool to capture this image. The...

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Advertising

Top 10 Ads of the Week

DUKE - Foxy Bingo and Casino Foxy Bingo and Casino recently launched a series of six tongue-in-cheek ads for its new above-the-line (ATL) campaign. Created by London based creative agency DUKE, the first ad, “Dance Moves,” premiered last...

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Features

Beach Meets: Jody Barton

Jody Barton - once of London, and now, for a few years, a resident of Copenhagen - is one of the artists who inspired us to set up Beach. I remember seeing this video, for MC Paul Barman, bloody years ago. His vast portfolio of personal work contains...

Posted by: Beach London
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Advertising

Super Bowl 51: Ad land gets political. Or does it?

The 2017 Super Bowl came and went last night, with the New England Patriots coming back from the brink of defeat to score their fifth Super Bowl title. The real drama, however, appeared to be happening between the plays. Whilst Lady Gaga's half time...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Advertising

Super Bowl 51: Every Ad We Have So Far

The New England Patriots will clash with the Atlanta Falcons at Super Bowl 51 this coming Sunday, February 5th, but we're not interested in any of that. No. We're only interested in what happens between the plays. As is usually the case, brands are...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advertising

Anheuser-Busch claim 3 minutes during Super Bowl 51 and announce lineup

As one of the biggest beer companies in the world, Anheuser-Busch is a name that's become synonymous with the Super Bowl, which itself is probably the single occasion on the US calendar where the most beer is consumed. Cementing this unspoken holy...

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Advertising

Top 10 Ads of the Week

SCPF - TOUS TOUS, along with SCPF, presents the fifth instalment of the well-known Tender Stories series. A comprehensive communication campaign with the aim of depicting tenderness from a new angle, as well as revealing the new Autumn/Winter 16-17...

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Advertising

Top 5 Ads of the Week

Leo Burnett - Kellogg's Bran Flakes Kellogg’s Bran Flakes returned to our TV screens this week with an inspirational campaign created by Leo Burnett, which invites viewers to see the taste benefits of Kellogg’s Bran Flakes. “The...

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Advertising

Agency of the Week: Crispin Porter + Bogusky

Copenhagen creates the Breathalyzela Over the last decade or so, the monumentally annoying Vuvuzela has become an icon of football fandom. Now for the UEFA Euros, Carlsberg is bringing back the hated horn for a good cause. To help fans celebrate...

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Advertising

Agency of the Week: 72andSunny

Unifying the Power of Play To promote its range of merchandise for Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War,” blockbuster, US department store Target has pegged 72andSunny to create a campaign highlighting the “Unifying Power of...

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Advertising

Agency of the Week: Cheil Worldwide

Helping North Korean defectors regain their mental health South Korean-North Korean Translator Cheil Worldwide have signed up with Samsung Medical Center and the Korea Hana Foundation to launch the ambitious and benevolent “Soulmate”...

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Features

Is the 'New Age' just marketing gone bad?

Spaghetti hoops, luxury cars, whisky, compact discs, bleach - if you can think of it, somebody has advertised it. And that's fair enough. As long as it's legal, any producer of a service or product has the right to attempt to persuade us to buy it;...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Inspiration

Just how important is an agency's name?

Sited just off Fleet Street, the very first agency for which I worked was called 'Riley' and it was great. Inevitably though, I eventually moved on (sooner than I should have, actually) and 'Riley' changed too. In a large-scale, late nineties...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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News

3D technology - Ford creates a design "CAVE"

There’s nothing we like more than a nice bit of 3D and Virtual Reality. That is, if our trips to the cinema are anything to go by. There was a time not so long ago when watching a film in 3D was a bit of a treat. Now the technology is arguably...

Posted by: Ashley Morrison
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Inspiration

Product design to kill for: designer coffins

Unless you're getting on a bit, you probably haven't given much thought to what sort of coffin you'd like to be buried in when the time comes. There's a funeral director in Golders Green that displays one in his window with a picture of a Spitfire...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Features

Motionless pictures - are graphic novels the new movies?

When we were kids (assuming everyone is over 40, because it makes me feel better) we read the comics and grown ups went to the pictures. Sure, we queued for Star Wars and Jaws, but flat images of impossibly ripped blokes and pneumatic ladies in...

Posted by: Creativepool

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