Diary: Pick of the week - DDB London
campaignlive.co.uk, Friday, 16 April 2010 12:00AM
Kate Nettleton will head to the polling station to mark an "X" by the Love Party, thanks to the new Marmite campaign by DDB London:
"As electioneering reaches fever pitch and political parties start making promises as extravagant as extraditing all Marmite consumers to Guernsey, this spoof provides a well-timed, tongue-in-cheek jibe at the insincerity of political campaigning." The ad was written by Sam Oliver, art directed by Shishir Patel, and directed by Joel Wilson and Jamie Campbell through 2AM.
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