Chief creative officer Riccardo Tisci collaborates once again with Megaforce, the director collective behind the gritty street dance film, 'Singin' in the rain'.
Nabs is yet to announce a replacement but confirmed chairman Simon Daglish will lead on recruitment.
The ad follows Ryanair's controversial and misleading 'Jab and go' ads, which received 2,370 complaints in February of this year.
Following the successful launch of Camden Love-Hate Marmite Ale, the AB InBev-owned Kentish Town brewer felt the limited-edition beer deserved its own TV ad.
Nearly 30 million homes need “green-ifying” to efficiently cut down on carbon emissions.
While sustainability comms often rely on doom-mongering tactics, Wagamama enlisted the help of Uncommon to deploy some humour to highlight the fact that it is the first high street brand to make half its products plant-based.
Likening Stand Up To Cancer to social movements such as Black Lives Matter, the film is a call to arms that ends with a note of hope about the advancement of science – in light of the Covid vaccine.
Environmental law organisation AllRise is suing Brazil's president over Amazon fires.
A new study has found there is a critical sustainability marketing skills gap.
Report produced with support from Lions and conducted by Ipsos.
Environmental law organisation AllRise is trying to establish a groundbreaking legal precedent that would make it easier to hold ecological criminals to account and prevent similar crimes in the future.
After Coldplay teased a location, fans were drawn to an interactive billboard at Westfield Shepherd's Bush, where they unlocked lyrics to the new song 'Biutyful'.
Toby Allen made a name for himself at Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO alongside his former creative partner, Jim Hilson, for leading the five-year transformation of the Bodyform account.
The major campaign enabled Sky to reconfigure how its in-house agency functions, evolving Sky Creative into a European brand hub that pools all its external partners.
'Change a little, change a lot' has been developed to communicate the positive impact McDonald's has on people, farming and the planet.
'The fire inside' marks the start of a new direction for Quaker that puts brand purpose at the heart of its upcoming activity.
Office for Health Improvement and Disparities is new government body that aims to tackle health inequalities.
Inspired by Raymond Briggs, 'Later means never' is reminiscent of classic animation, designed to cement B&Q’s place in the hearts of homeowners under its “Choose change” positioning.
Currys PC World, Carphone Warehouse, Team Knowhow and Dixons Carphone have now become one brand, Currys.
A refreshed 10-month incubator, the revamped Bartle Bogle Hegarty London school is being led by ECD Helen Rhodes and the former Watford Course luminary.