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‘Lifesaver’ hard man Vinnie Jones returns for British Heart Foundation

Talking of advertising agencies being useful (which we were earlier) Grey London’s campaign for the British Heart Foundation is back amid claims that it’s saved 28 lives. The campaign features ‘hard man’ Vinnie Jones who resuscitates heart falure victims to ...

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Vodafone Ireland Christmas campaign from Grey sets the bar for Vodafone UK

We’ve remarked here before how much better Vodafone Ireland’s advertising has been than that for big brother Vodafone UK and Ireland agency Grey London (is this getting confusing?) has produced another nice piece of work; this time some Bambi-style animation ...

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Brother serenades changing times with old printers

It’s funny how the same themes for different ads pop up at the same time: we’ve just had BETC’s baby orchestra for Cow & Gate from BETC and now Grey London had assembled a (bits of old) printer orchestra to ...

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Greene King and Grey bring a bit of old Ireland – to Hornsey in north London

This new campaign for cask-conditioned ale Greene King and its pubs is apparently set in north London’s Hornsey Tavern, although you could be forgiven for thinking that you’d wandered into the backstreets of Dublin. Grey London handles Vodafone in Ireland ...

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Grey London gets the best out of lifesaver Vinnie

You’ve probably seen this already but it’s a very sure-footed piece of work from Grey London for the British Heart Foundation. Most ads using former Wimbledon FC hard man Vinnie Jones (now a Hollywood hard man, allegedly) are a disaster, ...

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Why isn’t Grey on Vodafone UK’s WPP shortlist?

On the face of it, it looks like a completely barmy decision for Vodafone not to include Grey London on the WPP-only shortlist for its £47m UK ad account, recently departed from BBH. Or maybe it wasn’t Vodafone’s decision. Anyway ...

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