Tag Archives: post-lockdown creativity

BBH Singapore hits the animation heights in new Absolut global campaign

You never know what you’re going to get from Absolut but the global vodka brand is good at sidestepping the restrictions on booze advertising, assisted in no small measure by BBH Singapore. Now it’s looking forward to a Covid-stricken world ...

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Lockdown creativity: David Madrid lifts spirits for Pond’s

Oily skin can spoil even the most promising romance, or so David Madrid would have us believe in this diverting new effort for Unilever’s Pond’s Men. Unilever has upped its budget in the pandemic and it’s good to see the ...

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L’Oreal and Virtue launch first virtual make-up range

A lockdown world is becoming like a virtual gaming experience, you live everything online. Now its make-up too, with Signature Faces from L’Oreal with the help of Vice agency Virtue. The Sinature Faces collection was co-created by L’Oréal Paris global ...

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Post-lockdown creativity: Glenfiddich and Patek Philippe

William Grant’s single malt Glenfiddich is going global with a new campaign by London creative agency Space – ‘Where Next?’ Something we’re all asking ourselves these days. So we have a stag that’s lost its antlers cruising the high street ...

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Post-lockdown creativity: Other debuts for Bloom & Wild

Mother’s new agency Other is off to a flyer for launch client online florist Bloom & Wild, with a new line ‘Care Wildly’ highlighting the raw emotions that can lie behind a gift of flowers. In the pandemic there’s an ...

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Post-lockdown creativity: Fistful of Bourbon features Goop-reading gunslingers

Scotch whisky maker William Grant is having a crack at the bourbon market with new brand Fistful of Bourbon and the launch campaign from drinks specialist Quaker City Mercantile and Saturday Night Live director Paul Briganti through Tool of North ...

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Post-lockdown creativity: Barnardo’s dramatises children’s Covid-19 bereavement

FCB Inferno has produced another powerful piece of work for charity Barnardo’s, this time dramatising children’s grief over bereavement as a raucous crow that follows you everywhere. A bit like Churchill’s famous ‘black dog’ depression – is this what our ...

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