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Purina and Deep Focus borrow Rube Goldberg’s idea – by way of W+K and Honda

A Rube Goldberg machine (named after an American cartoonist and inventor) is an ‘over-engineered contraption that performs a simple task in a complex fashion.’ Pretty pointless (if amusing) but they sure work for advertisers and ad agencies. Here’s a new ...

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Do you want to be an account exec at W+K London?

Well do you? Time was when you couldn’t get a job in adverts unless your dad was a senior account man or creative and even then you had to start in the post room. More recently, in London at least, ...

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Nando’s takes the peri peri approach to its agencies

Clients are a peculiar lot; first they manage perfectly well without an agency then they appoint one of the best around, fall out and then hire a couple more when surely one would do. Well they don’t all, of course, ...

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Wieden+Kennedy London to boost UK’s D&AD

UK-based D&AD (Designers & Art Directors as was) has paid Wieden+Kennedy London a pretty big compliment by appointing the agency to develop ‘promotional projects’ over the remainder 0f 2013. These days D&AD, a charity, describes itself as an ‘education-led’ organisation ...

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W+K London rolls out global Finlandia campaign

Wieden+Kennedy London has produced a new global campaign for Brown-Forman’s Finlandia vodka, featuring work by fashion photographer Pierre Winther. The campaign, called ‘To The Life Less Ordinary,’ majors on outdoor and digital and positions Finlandia as a quirky choice; reflecting ...

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