Why we're loving: Michael Roulier and Philippe LHomme, directors, Foodfilm
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Why we're loving: Michael Roulier and Philippe LHomme, directors, Foodfilm

Roulier and Lhomme directed the Marks & Spencer "adventures in imagination" campaign by Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R. The spots, in the retailer's usual "food porn" style, pair close-up shots of food with an instrumental version of Clean Bandit's Rather Be.

Instagram is cautiously tapping into inspiration
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Instagram is cautiously tapping into inspiration

What's all the fuss about Instagram?

Creative media thinking can free branded content
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Creative media thinking can free branded content

I have seen the future, so thought I should share it.

A view from Dave Trott: Real-world thinking
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A view from Dave Trott: Real-world thinking

When a pilot is flying a plane, he has to be aware of the crosswind.

Let's make an ad career the easy sell it should be
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Let's make an ad career the easy sell it should be

My stepson recently graduated and, being a bright lad, has managed to land a job at Accenture.

Line between money and morals is increasingly fine
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Line between money and morals is increasingly fine

So, what to make of the conclusion of the Heinz review?

Things we like: The Sun's Nazi-salute scoop
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Things we like: The Sun's Nazi-salute scoop

The Sun enjoyed that increasingly rare thing last weekend when it landed a genuine "world exclusive".

Tech viewpoint on the role of developers
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Tech viewpoint on the role of developers

The brand/agency relationship can be a complicated thing.

Why are marketers getting jittery?
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Why are marketers getting jittery?

What exactly is putting the wind up Britain's marketers?

Diary: Bottoms up
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Diary: Bottoms up

A video of a woman missing her seat and falling on her bum at the Ashes went viral this week.

History of advertising: No 141: Hoover's free-flights voucher
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History of advertising: No 141: Hoover's free-flights voucher

Hoover's 1992 free-flights offer seemed to defy the laws of marketing gravity.

On the Campaign couch: Can clients be creative too?
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On the Campaign couch: Can clients be creative too?

What is it about the word "creative" that renders grown-ups' brains to mush?

TfL's bus-shelter battle confirms value of OOH
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TfL's bus-shelter battle confirms value of OOH

In an already evolving sector, JCDecaux's capture of the TfL contract will likely mean more changes, Arif Durrani writes.

Adland, embrace boredom
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Adland, embrace boredom

Bored? Good. Use it.

Diversity should be more than just a slogan
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Diversity should be more than just a slogan

Only by embracing diversity can agencies stay relevant in today's rapidly evolving society.

Things we like: Metro's commuter support
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Things we like: Metro's commuter support

Metro secured some major brownie points during last week's Tube strike, the first total shutdown of the London Underground in 13 years, which is estimated to have cost businesses up to £300 million.

Join the growing band of equality 'manbassadors'
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Join the growing band of equality 'manbassadors'

For a long time, it felt that there was a lot of talk around workplace equality, but not always the action to match.

Critics wonder if NME's gone all mainstream
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Critics wonder if NME's gone all mainstream

NME will soon be free and writing new material for a bigger following. But will the title lose its edge, David Benady asks.

Does social media require a human touch?
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Does social media require a human touch?

Can algorithms alone source and even create content users want to see on their social media feeds, Gurjit Degun asks.

Do agencies really need a global CSO?
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Do agencies really need a global CSO?

It may be an impressive title, but what benefit do these roles bring an agency?

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