Week in pictures: @TrevorBMBagency on KitKats and @brucedaisley's knitting

In a new Friday round-up, Campaign brings you our favourite pictures taken by ad folk around the internet over the past week.

Skeleton staff: one agency was obviously down to the bare bones over the festive holidays
Skeleton staff: one agency was obviously down to the bare bones over the festive holidays

We know you work hard, but you also get up to a lot more in your spare time...

Mediacom's chief executive Karen Blackett takes in some culture at the premiere of 'The Wolf of Wall Street':

Trevor Beattie, BMB's co-founder, praises the humble KitKat:

Bruce Daisley of Twitter spots... who's that?

(It was David Blaine, if you can make him out)

Daisley is a tweeter extraordinaire (not surprising given his day job) but he also seems to like knitting. Twitter's head of agency sales Dara Nasr snapped this yesterday:

And finally, some real creativity in action.

Simeon Adams, Goodstuff partner and secret artist, created this skull in a pottery workshop. It's a touch more original than the average plate or bowl that gets taken home, we imagine.

If you have taken a picture you think we'd like, send it to louise.ridley@haymarket.com.

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