The new chairman of the Professional Publishers Association, Haymarket's Kevin Costello, was snapped last night in a picture that looked a little familiar.
Rockstars, onesies and cooking contests... it was all go in AdLand this week.
Campaign has always striven to promote the industry's best looking individuals, but our news agenda means we are often forced to choose topicality over beauty.
It's a special kind of love - the bond between art director and copywriter.
Now, where were we?
Campaign reviews adland photos from the week across Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and everywhere else on the social web. Nowhere is safe...
The past week has brought us pictures of a tongue-in-cheek railway station announcement and the ultimate Brit - James Bond.
Aleksandr the meerkat had better watch out.
What you've been pointing your camera phones at this week in the world of advertising.
The nudity in this week's Nuts magazine has taken a surprising turn. Instead of ladies, it's the lads who are baring all - specifically the male editorial staff of the IPC magazine.
Adland has been on the move this week, and luckily for us, you've been snapping pictures of your antics.
In a new Friday round-up, Campaign brings you our favourite pictures taken by ad folk around the internet over the past week.
Isobel has gone for a ballroom dance scene in its 2013 Christmas card. If some of the smiles look a little strained, that's probably because the photo shoot took nine hours.
Saatchi & Saatchi has recalled the iconic "pregnant man" ad for the agency's Christmas window display.
Wieden & Kennedy has out-done Willy Wonka himself with its latest window display.
DigitasLBi's Brick Lane offices entertained 1,800 #RaveCave ticket holders last Thursday for the agency's "best rave ever".
Media buying is certainly not a piece of cake. But can agencies cook a cake?
It's Gin O'Clock. Or it will be at 5pm on Friday 15 November when Yahoo launches an online comedy series, based on the marvellous @Queen_uk Twitter account.
Adam & Eve/DDB's James Murphy and Campaign's Maisie McCabe graced the airwaves of Radio 4's Today Progamme this morning to discuss the Christmas ad season.
When Zenith Media opened in a warehouse in Paddington in 1988, it was a very different time.
Dennis the Menace was spotted reading Campaign at Brand Licensing Europe, which was held in Olympia last week. He had to graduate from comics at some point.
Brand Licensing Europe hits London this week (16th October) and we have a snippet from the event's keynote speech "Milestones and magic - the history of Volkswagen" by VW archivist Dr Ulrike Gutzmann.
Here's a frightening example of push notifications being much too pushy.
As if a catchy Gilbert O'Sullivan hit wasn't enough to promote its revamp this week, the National Lottery has only gone and floated some enormous balls down the Thames.
Video editor Marina Schifrin has seen her resignation go viral.
Richard Bacon looks pleased to have been snapped by staff from Fetch on their pub crawl challenge last week. They were probably pretty chuffed too - they thought they were going to a training day.
TK Maxx communicated its brand values through the tasty medium of cake at the Oystercatchers Macmillan cake contest.
Remember that wonderful "playful tiff" sculpture that was not of Charles Saatchi?
After Lucky Generals horned in on Crispin Porter & Bogusky's cosy relationship with Paddy Power, the two shops decided to settle their differences with a five-a-side grudge match. No shin pads, no mercy.
Campaign was this week sent a photo from a Tesco store somewhere in the UK. And it was a cracker.
If you watched 'Dragons' Den' on Sunday, you might have noticed that one of the teams pitching to the miserable millionaires contained some adlanders - mostly because the narrator referenced the fact every six seconds. There was even an obligatory 'M...
Pick of the Week
Louise Ridley can t stop singing We Built This City after watching the latest quirky ad for Three: "Cat, girl, internet and 80s hit collide in a perfect burst of joy. Better than the pony ." The spot was written by Chris Lapham, art directed by Aaro...
Turkey of the Week
Kate Magee did not feel the joy while watching Cadbury s new film with James Corden: "The idea of lip-synching is funny for the first few seconds but, as it goes on, and on, it just gets embarrassing. What is Corden s association with Cadbury? Why is...
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Daily Diary - Picture Gallery: Nabs Big Bash Last night's Nabs Big Bash at Battersea Evolution was aptly themed Heaven and Hell as for many it was just that.
Daily Diary - Picture Gallery: Big Awards 2012 Campaign celebrated its Big Awards 2012 in style last week at Grosvenor House.
Daily Diary - Picture Gallery: British Arrows Awards Agency creatives were out in force to celebrate the British Arrows Awards 2012.
Daily Diary - Picture Gallery: Creative Circle Awards Creatives from all agencies gathered together for last night's Creative Circle Awards at London's Roundhouse in Chalk Farm.
Daily Diary - Picture Gallery: Best Awards Revellers were out in force at last night's Marketing Agencies Association (MAA) Best Awards held at The Brewery, Chiswell Street.
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