From carving words on to his body to bingeing on junk food, Stefan Sagmeister's work is as striking as it is unsettling. He talks to John Tylee about his approach ahead of his appearance at the D&AD Festival.
John Salmon, the former Collett Dickenson Pearce chairman and creative chief who played a major part in keeping the agency alive after a Sir Frank Lowe-inspired breakaway threatened it with extinction, has died aged 85.
What can marketers do to stop relationships with agencies disintegrating in an atmosphere of mutual frustration and mistrust?
As the IPA marks its centenary, Campaign looks back on British advertising's evolution over the past 100 years--from wartime posters to the 1960s 'golden age' to a drumming gorilla.
Will a more questioning approach by brands also become a significant issue for media owners on the web?
As the IPA marks its centenary, Campaign looks back on British advertising's evolution over the past 100 years - from wartime posters to the 1960s 'golden age' to a drumming gorilla.
From challenging German propaganda during the Great War to the latest campaign tackling extremism, government communications remain unique, John Tylee writes.
Have brands that rushed headlong into digital allowed its dazzle to blind them to its shortcomings?
Archie Pitcher, one of adland's most respected elder statesmen and former Ogilvy & Mather president whose career spanned more than half a century, has died aged 88.
Part-time working still has serious image problems, writes John Tylee.
Maurice Lévy has vowed not to be the puppet master pulling Arthur Sadoun's strings when he hands over control of Publicis Groupe to his protégé.
It has been dubbed "the silent salesman" whose customers condemn it for its wasteful ways as much as they value its help when choosing what to buy.
Maurice Lévy speaks to Campaign to reflect on his career following confirmation that Arthur Sadoun will replace him as Publicis Groupe chairman and chief executive.
The History of Advertising Trust has appointed a former top fund-raiser from the charitable sector as its new director to spearhead efforts to exploit the commercial potential of its huge archive.
Looking back over the history of the IPA - 100 years old this year - Paul Bainsfair, its director general, says he's struck by the way agencies have always presented their Pollyanna faces to the world.
Ronnie Kirkwood, hailed as one of adland's greatest showmen and leader of one of the most successful and fashionable agencies during its golden era, has died aged 87.
Alan Waldie, hailed as one of the UK's greatest art directors and the sparkplug for the celebrated Benson & Hedges Gold cigarette campaign that revolutionised advertising in the 70s, has died aged 76.
Do agency creative departments have their equivalent of the elephants' graveyard, that legendary place to which the older beasts instinctively direct themselves when they reach a certain age to die alone?
Donald Trump's presidency is ushering in a new and potentially deeply divisive form of government in the US and some brand owners may be ruing the day they strayed into the political arena.
When wrapping up their Christmas advertising offerings this year, will marketers be opting for simple gifts – and lots of them – rather than a single, fancily-wrapped and expensive present to be awaited with bated breath?