Cadbury's new Milk Tray Man on taking the 'iconic role'
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Cadbury's new Milk Tray Man on taking the 'iconic role'

Last week, Cadbury unveiled McBride, a firefighter from Liverpool, as the new Milk Tray Man. He beat 20,000 people to the role after a competition that kicked off in October 2015.

Why we're loving: Ninon de Klerk, production designer, Artichoke
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Why we're loving: Ninon de Klerk, production designer, Artichoke

De Klerk worked on the set design for Samsung's new ad, "the dolphin whisperer", by Cheil London.

How Mark Hudson created The Sun's cheeky 'dream team' films
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How Mark Hudson created The Sun's cheeky 'dream team' films

Hudson worked with Wunderman to create a series of cheeky films to promote The Sun's fantasy football league. The most high-profile was a mash-up video about the "special relationship" between the then Chelsea manager José Mourinho and the Arsenal boss Arsène Wenger.

Why we're loving: Maxus' John Maloney organises charity fight night
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Why we're loving: Maxus' John Maloney organises charity fight night

Maloney recently organised a media "fight night" - a white-collar boxing event where top industry professionals faced each other in the ring. The event raised more than £100,000 for the Head & Neck Cancer Foundation, of which Maloney is a trustee.

How Daren Rabinovitch made Ikea's surrealist TV ad
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How Daren Rabinovitch made Ikea's surrealist TV ad

Rabinovitch, who works in augmented visual reality, directed Ikea's surrealist "come home to play" TV spot.

Why we're loving: Debbie McClellan, vice-president, The Muppets Studio
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Why we're loving: Debbie McClellan, vice-president, The Muppets Studio

McClellan worked with WCRS on the new Warburtons ad, "The Giant Crumpet Show". She is also the executive producer of the Sky TV series The Muppets.

Why we're loving: the choreographer behind Honda's 'stepping' ad
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Why we're loving: the choreographer behind Honda's 'stepping' ad

Supple Nam choreographed the "stepping" ad for Honda created by Mcgarrybowen. It featured people "precision-walking" to Incredible by M-Beat featuring General Levy.

Why we're loving: Charlotte Cramer and Scarlett Montanaro, Crack + Cider
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Why we're loving: Charlotte Cramer and Scarlett Montanaro, Crack + Cider

Cramer and Montanaro have launched Crack + Cider, the world's first concept store where customers can buy useful products, such as waterproofs and backpacks, that will be put in the hands of London's homeless in time for Christmas.

Why we're loving: Geoffrey Beare, trustee, The William Heath Robinson Trust
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Why we're loving: Geoffrey Beare, trustee, The William Heath Robinson Trust

Beare curated an exhibition of William Heath Robinson's commercial illustrations at McCann London's art deco offices last month. The offices were originally built as a Daimler car showroom, and Heath Robinson's drawings for Daimler were featured alongside work for brands such as the McCann clients Shredded Wheat and Great Western Trains.

Why we're loving: Elizabeth Stokoe, professor of social interaction, Loughborough University
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Why we're loving: Elizabeth Stokoe, professor of social interaction, Loughborough University

Stokoe set up a training body, CARM, to help fix communication problems at organisations. At Wired2015, she revealed how one word can convert callers to clients.

Why we're loving: Vincent Connare, type designer
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Why we're loving: Vincent Connare, type designer

Connare, the creator of the much-maligned Comic Sans font, spoke at Wired2015, where he declared: "Twenty years ago, I made the best font in the world." His tongue was firmly in his cheek. He also said he liked Girls Aloud - Sarah Harding is his favourite.

Why we're loving: William Letford, poet
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Why we're loving: William Letford, poet

Letford wrote a poem celebrating Scotland that featured in the ad campaign to promote the redesigned Scotsman. The work was created by Stack.

Why we're loving: Glenn Paton, head of film, Grey London
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Why we're loving: Glenn Paton, head of film, Grey London

Paton wrote, crowdfunded and directed a short film, H Positive, which has been shortlisted at film festivals including Palm Springs, Raindance, Cambridge and Edinburgh Fringe.

Why we're loving: Jon Morter, consultant and speaker
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Why we're loving: Jon Morter, consultant and speaker

Morter stars in the new campaign for the digital bank Ffrees - the first made by Tiger Savage and Will King's new agency. Morter led the 2009 campaign to make Rage Against The Machine Christmas number one.

Why we're loving: Ed Morris, creative director, Leo Burnett
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Why we're loving: Ed Morris, creative director, Leo Burnett

By day, Morris works at Leo Burnett but, by night, he is the (formerly anonymous) "Phantom Framer" who has caused a stir in Campaign's hometown of Teddington by attaching gold frames to street signs.

Why we're loving: Pat Porter, 3D animation lead, Psyop
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Why we're loving: Pat Porter, 3D animation lead, Psyop

Porter led the animation for the new British Gas spot "no place like home", created by CHI & Partners.

Why we're loving: Samuel Abrahams, director, Blink
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Why we're loving: Samuel Abrahams, director, Blink

Abrahams directed the short film Offline Dating, which features his friend Tom attempting to find a date offline.

Why we're loving: Ross McGouran, skateboarder
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Why we're loving: Ross McGouran, skateboarder

McGouran tested the Lexus hoverboard in "slide" by CHI & Partners. He has previously worked with brands including Vans, Element and Skate Pharmacy.

Why we're loving: Jimmy Cregan, co-founder, Jimmy's Iced Coffee
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Why we're loving: Jimmy Cregan, co-founder, Jimmy's Iced Coffee

Cregan starred in a rap-music video to promote Jimmy's Iced Coffee, the company he founded with his sister. The film calls him "the PIMP of the FMCG".

Why we're loving: Adam Smith, director, RSA Films
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Why we're loving: Adam Smith, director, RSA Films

Smith is currently performing in The Chemical Brothers' live tour.

Why we're loving: Bjørn-Erik Aschim, director, The Line
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Why we're loving: Bjørn-Erik Aschim, director, The Line

Aschim is one of six directors who make up The Line collective, which created Campaign's recent ads.

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.

Why we're loving: Jacqui O'Hanlon, director of education, Royal Shakespeare Co.
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Why we're loving: Jacqui O'Hanlon, director of education, Royal Shakespeare Co.

The Royal Shakespeare Company teamed up with Samsung and Cheil to launch an app called RE:Shakespeare, which helps to bring the playwright to life for 11- to 18-year-olds.

Why we're loving: Rachel Le Feuvre, owner, Reset Button
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Why we're loving: Rachel Le Feuvre, owner, Reset Button

Le Feuvre worked as a creative director at agencies including TBWA\London, BBDO New York and MCBD.

Why we're loving: Lucy Robinson, head of comedy, Brothers and Sisters
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Why we're loving: Lucy Robinson, head of comedy, Brothers and Sisters

Robinson, the producer of The 11 O'Clock Show and Pramface, has joined Brothers and Sisters in the new part-time role of head of comedy.

Premier League gives lion a makeover as it waves goodbye to Barclays
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1 Premier League gives lion a makeover as it waves goodbye to Barclays

The Premier League has launched a more colourful brand identity built around its lion icon as it plots a future without a corporate sponsor for the first time in 23 years.

The end of false recognitions
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1 The end of false recognitions

You'll be seeing less work from DDB at award shows in 2016. Here's why.

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