"The first delightful ad in a campaign based on the imaginative way children explain the world to themselves...This is inventive and visually distinctive, and we suspect it will make parents everywhere think this is an excellent food with which to nourish their offspring's brains." David ReviewsWatch
Stow the crones, it’s only Frisk #060. And 60 is a corker of a figure – it’s a diamond wedding anniv…Continue reading
We used a phenomenon of this year’s World Cup – the referee’s white foam spray – to create a film with a different message: Don’t Cross the Line. Don’t Drink & Drive. With people heading out to the pub, we shared our film socially in the hours leading up to the Final. Working with road safety charity, Brake, we want all drivers to pledge to not drink any alcohol – not a drop – before driving.Watch
Doing things #LikeAGirl can be used as an insult. The #LikeAGirl social experiment recruited real women, men and pre-pubescent girls and asked them to show our cameras what it physically meant to run like a girl, throw like a girl and other similar actions. The results were different and incredible - doing it #LikeAGirl can mean something downright amazing. See for yourself…
A fantastic achievement. 5 years ago McDonald’s set themselves the goal of winning this creative accolade.
Well done to everyone, especially our UK clients – our partner for over 25 years.
“Our founder W.K. Kellogg introduced breakfast cereal to the world with just a simple flake of toasted corn. More than 100 years later, every bowl of Kellogg cereal still starts with natural wholegrains, many of which are grown and harvested close to the factories where we make our foods. The “Storybook” film is the first milestone on our journey to remind people about the origins of our cereals." Vikki Brunning, Marketing Manager, Kellogg’sWatch