“Ad agencies think everyone’s as stupid as they are.”
… I’m pleased to say that I’m ‘well chuffed’ again for my old team at TBWA\Manchester.
They secured a couple of Roses Awards last night for the ‘Join the Revolution’ campaign for The Co-operative. The first was Bronze for Online Campaign, and the second a Bronze for their part in the full team effort that went into the Integrated Campaign.
And on a wider note, well done to all of the team over at TBWA for the rest of the awards haul last night. A few sore heads today no doubt.
A spambot gets all absurd.
The work was for EA Games, for the launch of the Alice: Madness Returns title. Great work from young Fai who designed it. Nice use of scrolling, in this instance, to help in telling the story.
You can see the creative here.
The digital team at TBWA\Manchester has just received two nominations for the Big Chips 2012. Both are for The Co-operative ‘Join the Revolution’ campaign, in the categories ‘Best Digital Marketing Campaign’ and ‘Best Online Brand Development’.
Well done, it’s well deserved guys n’ gals.
I’m what you call ‘in-between jobs’ at the moment.
And it happened yesterday. The moment you realise how a lot of people dissolve into the sofa and give in. Their edge blunted. Their motivation drained.
Channel 5, 9:35 am. Anthony Costa offers his opinion on Bahrain.— James Barley (@jamesbarley) April 23, 2012
And, on paper, I thought I was watching the safest option.
Heir Hunters was on BBC1. Jeremy Kyle was on ITV.
There’s nowhere to hide in daytime television any more.
A dad films his daughter every week, from birth until she is 12 years old.
Such a simple idea.
It’s very poignant.
Not just because it tells a story about his daughter.
But between the lines we catch a glimpse of his journey as a dad, and the story of their relationship as it unfolds.
— Elbert Hubbard (via lionskeleton)