Well that's it... 3pm and we're done for this year! Time to get the beers on ice, the turkey in the oven and the presents under that tree! It's been an incredible last few months and we've ended the year on a high with glowing reviews of the work we've done over the last couple of weeks.
I vaguely remember owning a pair of ASICS trainers way back in the late 80s when I was about 10. From what I remember, they were not as cool as the Adidas and Nike trainers that the other kids had and they were quickly discarded. Fast forward to today and things aren't that different. But could that be about to change?
Continuing the run up to Christmas comes the latest campaign by H&M. Hot off their successful #BustertheBoxer campaign for John Lewis, ad agency Adam & Eve/DDB are at it again, this time they've brought out the big guns with a cinematic short film with a style unique to director Wes Anderson and starring Adrien Brody as the train conductor.
In the run up to the festive period with every brand bombarding us with their 'creative' Christmas campaigns, the messages of peace, love and good will can start to get a little repetitive. That's why when someone does a campaign that's a little different it makes a nice change... especially if its used to highlight a very serious cause.