Have you ever wanted to throw a custard pie at Havas Media's chief executive Marc Mendoza? Then all your Christmases might have just come at once.
Many people have been in a slippery situation during a pitch, one in which Billington Cartmell's Giles Dempsey is likely to soon find himself in when he walks into a pitch dressed as a banana.
With love in the air today, the IPA has revealed adland's hottest male and female as judged by you.
Universal McCann's media planning executive, Lena Bel, has won Elle's 'Most Stylish Ad Person' competition.
Elle has shortlisted three women from MEC, Universal McCann and ZenithOptimedia for its competition to find the most stylish ad person.
Who doesn't want to look at the Diet Coke hunk ALL the time, clearly not BETC London.
How does one capture an enigma like Sir Martin Sorrell in paint (and we don t mean by throwing a bucketload over him)? Ask Grey s Richard Evans, who has done a marvellous job of immortalising the diminutive knight. Evans, who is creating a series of ...
Do you roll your eyes when you see the Duchess of Cambridge in yet another boring pair of beige stilettos? Kate Moss (pictured) starting to look a bit samey to you? Then you must be someone to whom fashion matters. If you work in a media agency, yo...
With all this snow around John Lewis staff in Newbury thought it was only fitting that the UK's most famous snowman, which found recognition through its Christmas ad, made a comical appearance in a spoof video that continues his journey.
We don t know much about art, but we know what we like. And we re glad to say a small art exhibition at Wieden Kennedy is on Diary s to-view list. The Shoreditch agency is currently displaying artwork by the famed photographer Sam Baker. As adland ...
Embarrassingly for The Guardian, on the launch day of its new ad campaign featuring Hugh Grant, the actor was spotted buying a copy of rival newspaper, The Times.
Diary s desk is awash with boring press releases about ad trends, so credit to those scamps at Johnny Fearless for trying something a bit different in a bid to attract our jaundiced glances. New Year cheer went right out of the window when the mail...
It s January and we couldn t be more depressed. One option is to continue boozing and eating stale mince pies to qualify for a starring role in a Channel 5 documentary. Another is to escape into the world of fantasy and fiction. And it is here that...
In a year when the New Year Honours list was predictably dominated by our Olympic and Paralympic heroes, acknowledgement of the ad industry s contribution to the joy of the land was rep resented by Margaret Johnson. The Leagas Delaney group chief e...
Some students will do anything to get into meeja. Remember the Cambridge duo who sold advertising on their faces to pay off their student loans or the graduate who stood outside ad agencies wearing a sandwich board asking for employment? And then the...
The cream of the crop of the advertising and media industry turn out to find out how sexy or snoggable they are.
Diary is used to touring offices that resemble building sites, but Bartle Bogle Hegarty s Kingly Street HQ is just that after the agency agreed a renewal on its lease with its landlord, The Crown Estate, and embarked on a seven-figure refurb. Out g...
Feeling a bit thick and want to learn something? Why not try a website called The Amazings where there are video lessons on everything from drumming to nuclear physics by people who know what they are talking about, such as a guitarist who played w...
Irish creatives are angry. Very angry. Luckily, they ve found a way to vent their frustrations via the humble A3 poster. Creatives, designers, animators, directors and illustrators across the Irish Sea have used their worst feedback from clients to...
Mark Denton has long been celebrated in the advertising industry, but now his lustrous tache is becoming a brand in its own right and is about to achieve national fame. Here, Denton appears in all his glory in an ad by his good friends at DHM for P...
Last night the crème de la crème of Media land gathered to laugh, cheer and drink at this year's Campaign Media Awards. And they did just that.
This one's for any ladies out there who have not yet succumbed to the weekly browbeating by the BBC to get you to buy a Countryfile calendar.
This year's John Lewis ad is not for the emotionally vulnerable.
Fans of GK Chesterton's Father Brown detective stories will be pleased to see adland's answer to the fictitious priest, Bartle Bogle Hegarty's Kevin Brown, up to some high jinks of his own.
Campaign celebrated its Big Awards 2012 in style last week at Grosvenor House.
It takes a brave man to compete in a rowing contest with gold and silver medal Olympic rower, Mark Hunter MBE.
A creative team at the Manchester agency Driven has decided that spending days strategically developing and perfecting clients' briefs is a waste of time.
Does a nibble on Dave Trott's balls sound appetising to you? We'll probably pass.
It's only October and, annoyingly, Movember has already started.
Space anorak Trevor Beattie had a dream come true last week when he met his hero, Buzz Aldrin.
Mother has transformed its old offices into a new tech workspace called "Mother at the Trampery" and asked the National Theatre of Scotland and the London Review of Books to hold their latest production, The Enquirer, there.
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: 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.
Picture Gallery: VCCP Clay Pigeon Shooting With VCCP turning 10 this year it seemed fitting for the big guns to come out and celebrate at the West London Shooting School.
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