Analysis

18 Feet & Rising’s Matt Keon picks his Desert Island Ads

Matt Keon is ECD and a co-founder of 18 Feet & Rising. Formerly a creative director at BMF Sydney and Fallon London, his work includes award-winning campaigns for Cadbury, Budweiser, the BBC and the Tate. Matt was part of a breakaway ...

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George Parker: why the agency of the future sucks

For those of you with the moral fortitude and infinite patience (possibly with the help of a few drinks) to have stayed with me this long, we are nearly at the end of the journey. This is part one of ...

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How to integrate mobile into your marketing strategy

Mobile advertising is growing rapidly with many new opportunities for marketers. Simon Francis (left), CEO of integrated marketing consultancy Flock Associates, outlines some of the ways clients can organise themselves to make the most of the new mobile phenomenon. Recent ...

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Sir John Hegarty of BBH picks his Desert Island Ads

Sir John Hegarty began his career as an art director at Benton & Bowles (he was later fired) and then moved to Cramer Saatchi and Saatchi & Saatchi before helping to launch TBWA in London. He founded Bartle Bogle Hegarty ...

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Exclusive: David Droga on why Droga5 is different

  In just seven years Droga (above), 45 and one of his six children raised in Australia, has created an agency that ranks with BBH and Wieden+Kennedy (both 30 years old) as one of the best in the world, one ...

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