Tag Archives: adam&eve/ddb

So what’s so good about AMV/BBDO?

And why should we inquire? Well, according to the new Campaign/Nielsen list of UK agency billings AMV/BBDO remains top dog (no surprise there) but, at £458m is more than one and a half times as big as number two McCann. ...

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Adam&Eve/DDB strikes an authentic note for Foster’s anniversary – somehow

Foster’s is about as ersatz as alcoholic potions come these days; brewed under licence by SABMiller in the US and Heineken in the UK and Europe. For its 125th anniversary Adam&Eve/DDB has produced this campaign for the Heineken bit, harking ...

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Saintly Adam & Eve hits the right note (a watchable ad) with Christmas fundraiser for Save The Children

I’m coming to the conclusion that Adam&Eve/DDB (or the Adam & Eve bit anyway) consists of saint-like figures who graciously bestow their benedictions on grubby humanity. Fresh from turning John Lewis into a British institution that ranks somewhere above the ...

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W+K takes the rapid fire route for Tesco Xmas

The new Wieden+Kennedy London campaign for Tesco is a bit like London buses used to be: you wait ages for one (the first ad) to come along and then three (or a dozen) turn up at once. So here are ...

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John Lewis defies the sceptics with another Christmas winner from Adam&Eve/DDB

Drat! Not that we’ve anything against John Lewis or agency Adam&Eve/DDB but this year’s eagerly-awaited ad from the retailer with a heart on its sleeve, and just about everywhere else, held out the enticing prospect of a bummer, schadenfruede I ...

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Waitrose axes fancy Christmas ad for good causes – take that John Lewis!

Well here’s a funny thing. Waitrose, owned by John Lewis, has decided to axe its expected all-singing-and-dancing Christmas ad in favour of donating an extra £600,000 to charity, which it claims it will save on production costs. Although it still ...

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