Creative

Is the adam&eve National Lottery ad an affront to working class people?

Does the new National Lottery ad from adam&eveDDB pour a bucket of London-originated cold effluent over the working classes? Lots of people seem to think it does. Our beef with it (which didn’t prevent a good score) was that it ...

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Apple brings on the clones for new Watch

Quite why anyone would want to shell out (relatively) big bucks for an Apple Watch is beyond many of us but the much-derided device is still with us and now embarking on its fourth iteration. “There’s a better you in ...

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Workday’s Ryder Cup campaign lands in the hole

B2B TV advertising remains mostly cringe-making (although it’s improved), especially when execs are portrayed. Businessmen are famous for their obsession with golf – although some women are too of course, a former colleague of mine became a superstar woman amateur ...

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TalkTalk and Bauer Media take on Netflix with new m/SIX TV programme partnership

TalkTalk is partnering with Bauer Media to create a four month cross platform campaign aimed at time poor, TV hungry audiences. The deal has been brokered by The&Partnership’s media agency m/SIX. Designed to alleviate ‘Netflix syndrome’ – defined as a ...

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VML ECD Harsh Kapadia picks his Desert Island Ads

VML London ECD Harsh Kapadia began his career as an art director at JWT Mumbai before moving to JWT Melbourne and New York where he worked on brands including Kleenex, Smirnoff, Nestle and Rolex. He joined VML in 2012. Desert ...

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