London 2012 Olympics Branding
08 Aug 2012 by Branca Martins
Whether you loved or hated the London 2012 Olympic Logo when it was first released, once you see how the branding has been applied across the whole event it clearly demonstrates a great example of a thoroughly considered, complete brand experience.
Run Jenny run!
21 Jun 2012 by Steve Whittingham
Like the now famous John Lewis Christmas ad this powerful TV spot manages to captivate the audience by giving a nostalgic tug on the emotions.
Google Doodle Guitar
10 Jun 2011 by Jody Whittingham
In the words of the Huffington Post this has to be "..arguably the greatest [Google] doodle" ever. Without in-your-face disruption to your search requirements Google perfectly pay homage to legend and innovator Les Paul with this addictive interactive electric guitar.
08 Jun 2011 by Jody Whittingham
We're delighted to welcome the arrival of Steve H's best project ever: his baby daughter Ella, born on Wednesday 25th May. We wish Steve, Marta and baby Ella all the very best and can't wait to have a cuddle! In the meantime we have a healthy supply of pics of the little un'. Everybody say "Awwwww"
20 things I learned
09 Mar 2011 by Steve Whittingham
We're loving this simple and wonderfully illustrated guide to browsers and the web from Google...
This is no average mouse
27 Aug 2010 by Steve Whittingham
You've got to love this. It has everything: Happiness, sadness, humour and character. Not to mention how well this ad was made!
Old Spice - Smell like a man
16 Jul 2010 by Jody Whittingham
How do you revive a blast from the past that has long been associated as a brand your granddad used? Well apparently you create a testosterone fuelled man of all men, aka Isaiah Mustafa and have him wax lyrical about the product and its ability to turn any man into a real man.
Japanese team send off
08 Jun 2010 by Steve Whittingham
The Japanese world cup team had an amazing send off to South Africa as the, Guinness World Record breaking, Adidas Sky Comic was unveiled. TBWA/Hakuhodo and Adidas Japan had the Thirteen 300 square meter murals painted by football fans all around the country to bring the country together in preparation for the 2010 FIFA Word Cup in South Africa.
'No nonsense' Kay is back
27 May 2010 by Steve Whittingham
Hats off to TBWALondon. With expectations high, the task of surpassing the previous, brilliantly witty, John Smith's commercials must have been a real challenge. But they've certainly cracked it with the latest instalment again featuring comedian Peter Kay.
Never Knowingly Undersold
19 May 2010 by Steve Hutchins
This TV ad by John Lewis is great on so many levels. They manage to promote their price promise of 'never knowingly undersold' and demonstrate their 'life long commitment to customers' with a concept that on paper would most probably make you reach for the sick bag.
The ultimate fly-er
23 Apr 2010 by Steve Whittingham
Just came across this crazy gem. Probably not one for the insect cruelty activists. To promote their exhibition stand at the Franfurt Book Fair, Eichborn, the publisher of The Fly, prepared 200 flies with an ultra light banner.
Mag of the future now!
06 Apr 2010 by Steve Whittingham
We've been keeping a keen eye on everything 'iPad' for the last few months to see what the clever developers can do with the technology once they get their mitts on it. Well the guys from Bonnier have certainly been busy building a prototype for their
This Too Shall Pass
01 Mar 2010 by Steve Whittingham
OK Go must spend a large part of their time concocting madcap ideas for their promos. Anyone who's already seen 'Here it goes again' will know their knack for the wacky and inventive. This latest effort however looks considerably more ambitious. Recorded
in one take, although clearly the paint splattered suits suggest it wasn't the 1st take!
25 Feb 2010 by Steve Whittingham
Apparently the BiC® Cristal® Medium allows you to ramble on like no other pen. Bic are so confident about how far it writes, that they will give you £10 just for finishing one. Loving this confident strategy supported by a great microsite.
14 Feb 2010 by Steve Whittingham
It's all about the music in this one. Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley's Pure Imagination really captivates every time it's on screen. It really evokes those childhood memories because of it's association with the Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
movie. Super ad for Super Telly - we love it!