Tag Archives: wieden+kennedy

Cravendale swaps nasty cats for Barry the biscuit boy

Advertising milk is a pretty difficult task these days, you just grab the right size in the shop surely? But Wieden+Kennedy London is doing a manful job on Cravendale and seems to have ditched its Bertrum Thumbcat ‘nasty cats’ campaign ...

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W+K London unearths first Nike ads from 1982

Wieden+Kennedy’s London blog editor (surely a full-time role, given the scope of his or her researches) has unearthed the first Nike ads from W+K Portland in 1982, the year the agency was founded. These were thought to have disappeared (this ...

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W+K couples Kobe Bryant and comedy for Nike launch

Humour and Nike don’t go together somehow but Wieden+Kennedy HQ is giving it a shot in this campaign for yet another Nike shoe, featuring Kobe Bryant, Lionel Ritchie and a cast of thousands. Well it just about makes it to ...

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Facebook and IKEA discover joys of Cosplay community

These days if you have a conversation you seem to become part of a community (which enrages my friend George Parker, among others) but a pretty obvious community is Cosplay, people who like dressing up in outlandish costumers together. And ...

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Those jokers at P&G are back with more Old Spice gags

Missed this one, for Old Spice Hair from Wieden+Kennedy HQ. It’s an interesting strategy isn’t? Marketing a cosmetic product via its appeal to naff jerks. But they’re obviously serious about this stuff – here’s what it says on the website: ...

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Richard Pinder’s new model agency The House wins Levi’s worldwide alongside renascent Draftfcb

Richard Pinder’s new-style network The House Worldwide has scored a major coup by being appointed alongside Interpublic’s Draftfcb to handle the iconic (not an exaggeration in this case) Levi’s account. Levi’s departed Wieden+Kennedy last year. Quite why Levi’s needs two ...

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