Soho life: BBH and The Photographers’ Gallery get arty

BBH has partnered with The Photographer’s Gallery in an ongoing project to help promote exhibitions and activities in the Soho art space throughout the year. For their first work together, BBH has produced four short films to spread the word ...

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Leonard’s Uncommon breaks cover in style for Ecover

This is more like it, so far Nils Leonard’s Uncommon has been as notable for the noise it makes than the ads (although the ones that have surfaced have been perfectly respectable) but this new effort for Ecover will get ...

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Out of Home should target world number two says Decaux

To Dubai for the 60th Annual Congress of FEPE International, an extraordinary event with over 400 delegates that brings together the burgeoning worldwide Out of Home industry and, among other things, tests the stamina of even the most accomplished hotel ...

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Is this love? Droga5 and Amazon Prime can change your life

Droga5 London’s new campaign for Amazon Prime sums up internet shopping perfectly: it’s all about scrolling through your phone, getting lost in the fantasy, then thinking “sod it” and making the purchase. These four ads also make the very important ...

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Big name UK creative agencies turn down Audi

Are the peasants revolting? Campaign reports that Leo Burnett, Lucky Generals and Ogilvy have declined invitations to pitch for Audi – which should be a much-prized account – in what’s said to be a procurement-led pitch. Audi is being defended ...

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Amy McCulloch of eight&four picks her Desert Island Ads

Amy McCulloch co-founded eight&four in 2008. Eight&four is a creative and media agency in London which has grown up alongside the launch of Instagram, the death of organic and the shrinking of consumer attention spans. Quality over quantity, audience focus ...

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