We are celebrating McDonald's icons and bringing a smile to the nation with this outdoor campaign. Big Mac, Chicken McNuggets, Strawberry Milkshake...which one are you searching for?Take a peek at all the executions here
Check out our latest ad for Co-op Food which celebrates a great British summer of spontaneity. It stars a group of friends, who, through a series of serendipitous encounters, wind up having an unplanned barbecue on the beach. The campaign also sees the return of The Co-op's iconic blue clover leaf logo, making a comeback after 20 yearsWatch
We worked with charity End Youth Homelessness to raise awareness of a serious dilemma 80,000 young people face in the UK: stay at home where you know you will be abused, or risk a life on the street where abuse is an everyday reality. Our outdoor campaign reflected the precarious position these young people are in with type led illustrations on the outside of buildings - the division between home and the street. The ambient pieces were then photographed and released as posters. The campaign is raising public awareness and demonstrating that by supporting End Youth Homelessness they can help make a difference.Watch
Our latest creation for Kellogg's paints Kellogg’s Bran Flakes as the perfect breakfast blank canvas. In the 30-second spot three different ‘artists’ are portrayed creating their own tasty masterpieces such as a girl who eyes the flakes surrounding by a number of bowls filled with breakfast ingredients. Inspired she starts her work and the creativity begins.
Set to a sound-track by French hip hop producer, Roger Molls, we see the Kellogg’s Bran Flakes, berries, yoghurt, kiwi, passion fruit being crumpled, squeezed and spun to create a number of different mouth-watering breakfasts.Watch
We've been working with Action On Addiction to launch The Dry/Clean Initiative, a programme that takes the nations forgotten dry cleaning and donates it to recovering addicts who need formal wear when they attend interviews. Watch the film to see how the scheme is already helping people like Debbie in the UK.Watch