Lego goes DIY – is it a damp effort for the ‘damp knight?’

Another in-house effort (the way the world seems to be going), this time from Lego featuring a Monty Python-esque ‘damp knight.’ You shouldn’t pre-judge such efforts but, somehow, expect the worst or something that isn’t as good as it’s trying ...

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The Gate New York tackles accountants

Interesting to see a new campaign from The Gate New York, UK-based MSQ’s (relatively) new US offering. This time the agency has been charged with making accountants desirable – in a business sense, let’s not get carried away. Aimed at ...

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Ray-Bans with built-in Facebook – whatever next?

Perhaps we ought to file this one under: do you really need this? You can now buy Ray-Bans with built in Facebook so you can, well, accost people in the street and pretend to be covered in paint. Facebook, which ...

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UK creativity shines in Cannes Lions global rankings

Cannes Lions has released its annual global creativity rankings, and the UK has held up well, earning a top three ranking in four key categories. As a creative location, the UK ranks just behind the US and ahead of Brazil, ...

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Beyoncé and Jay Z put a ring on it for Tiffany’s new campaign

In true Breakfast at Tiffany’s style, Beyoncé is singing “Moon River” and wearing a Givenchy gown in this new ad, which rather fabulously pays homage to the jeweller’s pivotal place in American culture, while bringing the brand bang up to ...

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McCann London CEO Sheryl Marjoram to join DDB Australia

Sheryl Marjoram, one of London’s top CEOs, is leaving McCann to return to her native Australia, where she will take up a senior role in the DDB network, based in Sydney. At DDB, she will work alongside CCO Stephen de ...

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Apple puts ‘Hollywood in your pocket’ for new iPhone 13

Apple is relying on the improved camera on the iPhone 13 to persuade us all to update our devices, and has brought in Kathryn Bigelow, the first woman to win a best director Oscar, to demonstrate its capabilities with a ...

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