Media buying is certainly not a piece of cake. But can agencies cook a cake?
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".
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...
IPG's William Brereton and Starcom's Kristin Bayliss are fit. So fit that they have won Men's Fitness magazine's "fittest in media" competition.
Plenty of agencies are good to their employees. But not all of them hand out treats in a method inspired by the ultimate 1990s games show, 'Wheel of Fortune'.
When news reached Inferno last Friday that a group of Harry Potter fans visiting from the US had gathered for a convention outside its Covent Garden offices, the agency spied an opportunity that was too good to miss.
An arresting piece of art has appeared in the Jealous Gallery in Crouch End: a life-sized figure of a man with his hand outstretched, as if he were strangling someone.
No sooner do we point out one creative trying to get involved with the royal baby's childcare arrangements, than two more get in touch to demonstrate their regal parenting skills.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby was crowned Man of the Week last night at the recording of Absolute Radio's comedy panel show 'The Manuscript'.
A freelance ad creative and full-time chancer has painted what he believes to be the first-ever portrait of Prince George of Cambridge (who, in case you've been working in a Trident submarine or only read The Independent, was born on Monday).
Everyone's keen to get involved in the royal baby excitement, but none more than one BETC creative, who applied to be the prince's nanny at Kensington Palace.
Has anyone noticed JWT s new neon sign in its reception? Production company Coy! certainly has. A few months back, Coy! held an exhibition at JWT featuring all of its latest work along with its distinctive neon sign. Shortly after, Coy! returned ...
Campaign took a ride on the front wheel of a charity bike ride supporting the British Heart Foundation thanks to technology pitched on 'Dragon's Den'.
London-based Mother creative director Hermeti Balarin wound up on the pages of a Sao Paolo newspaper last month after he attended protests near the Houses of Parliament on 18 June.
Like Google with its graduates and Abercrombie & Fitch with its beautiful people, Crispin Porter & Bogusky has instituted a meticulous hiring policy and it only wants...jugglers.
Michael Palin, the World traveller and Monty Python star, took a pitstop in his usual schedule to open a new studio in West London.
Britain's most celebrated mountaineer, Kenton Cool, set a new world record when he became the first man to ascend Mount Everest and two adjoining summits in one continuous climb.
A host of creative billboards in Tottenham Court Road are showcasing some of the brightest talent of the future - the winners of AUB's second 'Who Are You?' competition.
Havas Media boss Marc Mendoza is clearly a man with a sense of humour, and a touch of masochism.
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.
Pick of the Week
Jeremy Lee is greedy for the new Harvey Nichols spot: "Amid all the Christmas schmaltz some of which emanated from this very agency the avarice on display in this ad has an all too realistic feel to it." The work was written by Daniel Fisher, art...
Turkey of the Week
James Swift doesn t think much of the latest G commercial: "Commenters on Campaign s website have been far more vitriolic about this ad than I could ever be. Suffice it to say, the spot s only redeeming quality is that it is instantly forgettable. M...
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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