We were briefed to create some content for the relaunch of Magnum's website. We knew people loved the Magnum Pleasure Stores but these were only in limited locations. So, we brought the Pleasure Store experience to them and created The Dream Magnum Collection. A showcase of the most indulgent ice cream creations customised by fashion icons like Kendall Jenner for our Magnum fans to recreate at home.
We were junior writers on the Google Year In Search campaign.
Working with analysts we pulled search data to write stories that shared a unique view on the world, what it was that really got us searching in 2014.
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D&AD / Branding / Digital Brand Expression / Wood Pencil / 2015
Cannes Lions / Data Storytelling / Shortlist / 2015
Cannes Lions / Copy / Shortlist / 2015
From concept to delivery we created a years worth of content for all their social platforms.
We helped transform the look, feel and tone of their social platforms with premium, fashion inspired content. Our content increased the brands Instagram following by 230% in just 4 months, and their highest engagement rate from 600 interactions to over 5000.
Magnum social content was dubbed Best In Class for a Global Brand Partner by Facebook.
To explain Vivo's 'Pure Barefoot Technology' to kids and parents we created a fun, educational video. Kids find their imaginary monster friends who teach them the pros of being barefoot.
24-hour Cannes Young Lions brief.
The way kids look at the world is magical and we never want this to change. We created this print campaign that focuses on the magic of childhood. That magic is the purity and wonderment of a kid, being a kid: having a carefree imagination, with no filter.
We want to protect that magic and keep it free from abuse. Through donating, people will be personally investing in that magic.
No child should live in a world of worry they should live in magic.
Shortlisted for Cannes Young Lions, Print.
Celebrating the refreshing fruit and creative nature of the brand, we created content from concept to delivery for all their social platforms.
We were briefed to create content for the Chivas Regal and Saville Row partnership. People weren’t engaging with Chivas online so we created 6 second 'How To' vines.
The Brief: create an integrated campaign to launch British born Ted Baker in Japan
Problem: England and Japan couldn’t be more different
Insight: both England and Japan are very polite countries
Solution: A Big Hello from Ted
Nominated for a D&AD Yellow Pencil, Student awards 2013
Having both come from the Communication Design course at Kingston Uni, we were really keen to give students an understanding of how we got to where we are now. And show how the skills we developed on the course have lent themselves to our work now. So, we head back to Kingston uni for one week every year to set a brief.
We asked the students to evolve the branding of an everyday item by engaging and convincing an audience through an insight.
We paired the students up so they worked as ‘creative teams’, we then gave each team a random everyday item and a target audience. The target audiences ranged from foodies to OAPs, and the items ranged from a biro to vanilla ice cream.
The aim of the brief: to create a piece of communication, including a campaign line that would convince their target audience of their items awesomeness.
The students had some brilliant insights and solutions. From hats that would convince mums that bowl haircuts are the best for their kids, to a crossword designed to evoke memories of vanilla ice cream for the elderly. Fact of the week: a 1p coin can remove a hickey.
Take a look at some of the work that was produced by the students.
Rexona wanted a TV tag for their new colourful range of shower soaps. We wanted to show that the refreshing zing of these soaps would help you 'Wake Up Like Never Before'.
We exploded soaps, used jet sprays and filmed it all on a Phantom camera, it was fun.
A print campaign for the concept 'There are many sides to' Hammerson shopping centres.
Copywriting for National Express, celebrating those moments you look forward to while traveling.
Problem: children find punctuation difficult to understand
Insight: children learn through play
Solution: Punctuation Playground
A selection of some of our Art Direction for Topman, Kingston University and The Science Museum.
Thoughts for a rainy day.