FLIPPER

Say hello to Flipper

Introducing Atomic’s newest character, created for the launch film for energy switching revolution Flipper. This is just the start of a new national campaign for the digital disruptor, which switches between providers automatically for you, so you need never overpay for energy again.

STAR ALLIANCE

Connecting Cultures with Robert Reid

How do you inspire people to discover new cultural experiences in places they have been to a million times before? We partnered with National Geographic and sent Robert Reid around the world to take on five extraordinary cultural challenges. From getting in the ring with a Muay Thai champion in Bangkok, to seeing Stockholm from a completely different perspective.

THE i NEWSPAPER

For a concise, quality election

Our latest press, poster and social media campaign for the UK’s fastest growing national newspaper, which now outsells The Guardian by 2 to 1.

REMEMBER A CHARITY

Last Pirate FM

Legendary DJ Emperor Rosko is back on pirate radio to have his say with Last Pirate FM, the pirate station that is travelling the nation for Remember A Charity in Your Will Week.

THE i NEWSPAPER

Sponsors Dave

There aren’t many brands in the world with a single letter as a name. So we set out to make a virtue of that, putting it centre stage in our campaign to drive more awareness, with a witty take on current events.

CANCER RESEARCH UK

The Life Garden

The Life Garden is a virtual reality experience for Cancer Research UK to celebrate and thank over 100,000 people who have left a gift in their Will to the charity. Winner of three DMA Awards, Creative For a Cause at the IABs and winner of the Content Award at the MAA Do Different Awards.

VIKING CRUISES

Welcome to our Garden

We visited some of the worlds most beautiful landscapes to create a new set of TV idents for luxury cruise line Viking.

ETORO

Take the Bull by the Horns

Take the Bull by the Horns with eToro, the social platform that opens up trading to anybody. Launching their first major campaign in the UK, you can see it on TV, in cinema, OOH, print and digital, as well as a full takeover of London Waterloo.

STAR ALLIANCE

The Way I Like To Travel

Our branded content films for Star Alliance feature business travellers at the top of their game who bring to life each of the unique Star Alliance benefits around the world.

THE i

Get to the Point

During the build up to the UK general election, we showed how The i cuts through the babble of opinion to provide clear facts on a range of complex issues. TV spots, programmatic digital and print ads appealed to people’s wit and intelligence in demonstrating the value of getting to the point.

REMEMBER A CHARITY

Extreme Will Writing Club

Extreme Will Writing (a new X sport for the 65+) sees brave individuals leaving a gift in their Will to charity in the most extreme of circumstances – we suggested an easier way. The campaign appeared in OOH, digital and social.

HATTON BY DESIGN

Hatton by Design Print

Our ambition was to help men design and buy diamond jewellery online, and make it as easy as it is for them to configure car. With no shops and overheads, you can buy rings up to 70% cheaper or twice as big as the High Street with Hatton by Design. We loved the business idea so much we invested in it, created the brand and launched the business.

STAR ALLIANCE

Showing the World the Way

CREATIVE CONTENT UK

Get it Right from a Genuine Site

A compelling animation to raise awareness of online piracy, told through the story of twins who get the online content they love in very different ways. One uses ‘dodgy’ sites, the other genuine sites. As the film unfolds the impact of the pairs’ choices is revealed. Made in collaboration with award winning animators 2Veinte. With music by Sigma.

REMEMBER A CHARITY

Pass on Something Legendary

We wanted to ask people to pass on something legendary, whether it’s words of wisdom or a gift in a Will. So we worked with Aardman to bring Awareness week 2016 to life with a short film, supported by OOH posters and a social campaign like no other.

WATERAID

Rain for Good

In the UK we complain when it rains, but in other parts of the world they pray for it. WaterAid wanted to break the mould of charity advertising and show the positive impact of their work. Cue Claudia singing ‘Sunshine on a Rainy Day’, encouraging everyone to share some sunshine.

CANCER RESEARCH UK

Shine Night Walk

We wanted to show that Cancer Research UK's Shine Walk is less of a walk and more of a journey. The film, which appears online and in social, lets anyone who is going through a difficult life journey know that they are not alone through the powerful lyrics from "Stand by Me".

CANCER RESEARCH UK

The Power of a Thank You

Legacies left to charity save lives everyday in the UK. In our latest TV campaign we handed 30 seconds of air time to the real people whose lives have changed because of legacies, in a raw and unscripted thank you message. The result is a collection of emotional ads that change the game for charity advertising.

REMEMBER A CHARITY

Pass On Something Legendary Print

A bold print and OOH campaign that got busy commuters to think about what words of wisdom they’d pass onto the next generation.

XL CATLIN

Make Your World Go

Our latest work for XL Catlin shows how the brand takes a different approach to the industry than the rest, by making insurance sexy.

BENTLEY

Everything Considered

For Bentley every last detail matters. We set out to bring the Bentley way to life through a campaign that used wit and stylish photography to emphasise the sheer luxury of the Bentley experience, in a world where every single pixel or word – like every single stitch, nut or bolt – is considered.

ETORO

Take the Bull by the Horns Print

Punchy print to build fame and awareness for (at the time) an unknown brand.

LOVE SMOOTHIES

See Taste Differently

How do you visualise taste? This print and poster campaign was designed to re-fresh the brand and launch it’s all new tea range. We gave different artists a range of flavoured teas and asked each of them to give their artistic impression of the flavour and the impact the tea had on their taste buds.