The Unquiet Film Series – Culture & Foreign News

The Times and The Sunday Times have released the latest instalments in The Unquiet Film Series, a collection of films celebrating the historical and cultural impact of the newspapers. The newspapers have given filmmakers unprecedented access to 229 years of archive material. Bringing The World To Britain focuses on foreign news reporting, whilst Cultural Impact … Continue reading

Amnesty International – Not Here But Now

Another day and another powerful and compelling campaign from Amnesty International to bring to life the extent to which human rights are being violated across the globe on a daily basis. Not Here But Now launched by Amnesty International Switzerland has seen over 200 posters placed across the nation’s major cities to shock and create … Continue reading

Benjamin Millepied choreographs Baileys’ Christmas Ad

Baileys has unveiled its first Christmas TV advert for five years with a contemporary twist on Tchaikovsky’s ‘The Nutcracker’ ballet by critically acclaimed Black Swan choreographer Benjamin Millepied. The two-minute full-length version of the advert, which taps into the nation’s love affair with dance, will air exclusively this Saturday night (16th November) during the network … Continue reading

David Bowie – The Next Day (Video)

David Bowie has enlisted some of Hollywood’s A list talent for his latest music video ‘The Next Day‘, the second coming from the album of the same name. Directed by Floria Sigismundi and features sultry French actress Marion Cotillard as a prostitute suffering from a severe case of stigmata and Gary Oldman as a less-than-pious … Continue reading

Evian – Baby & Me

The clever folks in the marketing department at Evian and their team of creatives at BETC Paris have come up with another smash hit, with the baby-infused dose of pure fun in their latest ad campaign Baby & Me. The follow up to 2009’s all-conquering Roller Babies video and 2011’s Baby Inside, sees a group … Continue reading

David Beckham Plays Beethoven with Footballs

London Olympics adverts are coming quick and fast, now Samsung, one of the games official sponsors has teamed up with David Beckham for their Galaxy Note smartphone. Beckham plays Beethoven’s classic ‘Ode To Joy’, so often used by commercials and broadcasters ahead of Olympic coverage, by kicking footballs against a 15-foot wall of differently sized … Continue reading

Inside the New York Times ‘Lively Morgue’

As today’s media has turned more and more focused on digital content, it is good to hark back to the good old days of ink all over your fingers and treating a print newspaper with the respect it deserved, unless you are reading the Daily Star, of course. Print archives that were once the heart … Continue reading

Scratch ‘n’ Cut – All Remix Everything

Over in Berlin today is a new project from the clever, creative folk at MADE, ‘SCRATCH’N’CUT – All Remix Everything’ sees artists from differing genres get together and collaborate to create a unique and wonderful creative clash. The exhibition celebrates all that is ‘the remix’, it is a staple of the music, film and art … Continue reading

UK’s most streamed music as a tube map

With an increasing amount of music now consumed online, British music streaming website we7 has created an interactive Musical Map, using the UK’s most streamed artists of 2011. we7 acts your own personal DJ and creates personalised radio stations based on the music you love. The Music Map reveals who the population of the UK … Continue reading

Tom Vek gets Vice crowd aroused

Thursday night in East London’s Hearn Street Car Park venue saw London creatives, trendsetters and free drink lovers descend on the large warehouse-feel space for an evening full to brim with music, film and an extremely popular photo booth to celebrate leading fashion and lifestyle magazine VICE, launching their new website VICE.COM. The party that … Continue reading

Intel’s ‘The Museum of Me’ turns your social media life into art

This digital age just gets stranger by the day doesn’t it? Now we can view our social media content in the form of a virtual museum exhibition… Japanese agency Projector Inc have created a unique concept, The Museum of Me, for Intel. It works by digesting all your information from Facebook and turning it into … Continue reading

Last Chance: Free black taxi ride in central London and all for a good cause

Three London black cabs have been transformed into mobile ‘sound-off’ booths’ equipped with Apple iPads and iPhones so that Londoners can voice their opinions about the government’s plans to remove vital Legal Aid support from millions of Britons. Today is the last day to hail a cab and do something for the greater good and … Continue reading

Google to launch online music service

Google Inc could launch a new online music service as early as Tuesday, which will be similar to a service recently started by Inc, The Wall Street Journal said, citing people familiar with the matter. The Journal said Google is likely to announce the service at its annual Google I/O developers conference in San … Continue reading

First it was mini Darth Vader for Volkswagen… now it is mini Thor

See what happens when a creative agency gets lazy… if you remember Volkswagen’s Superbowl commercial featuring the mini Darth Vader who couldn’t harness ‘The Force’ then you will see a blatant copy. I guess the fact that that video has over 36million views is a reason to take a slice of that pie. This is … Continue reading

John Sullivan, Only Fools and Horses creator, dies

Tributes have been paid to John Sullivan, the scriptwriter famous for creating Only Fools and Horses, who has been described as “the Dickens of his generation”. Sullivan, 64, who was awarded an OBE in 2005 for services to drama, died after a short illness, the BBC announced. In addition to creating one of Britain’s most popular … Continue reading

Transformers Skate Park

Access, the creative design agency has created a PR worthy skate park in advance of the release of the new Transformers movie, ‘Dark of the Moon’ that sees art, design and sports collide creatively in an a customised skate park entirely. The skating community is a tight-knit group that will surely go ga ga over … Continue reading

Horrors Faris Badwan’s new side project Cat’s Eyes Live In Session

The Horrors were hardly my favourite band of all time but a load of you lot loved the all in black gothic bands hits. Lead singer Faris Badwan has now teamed up with soprano Rachel Zeffira to create Cat’s Eyes a unique and much more easy on the ears sound. Here the duo bring themselves … Continue reading

Evian’s babies are back and wanting you to get your groove on

Last year, Evian‘s viral dancing babies campaign got the whole world thinking CGI kids loving hip hop was cool – now they are back and set to be on your t-shirt. The shirts are a part of a campaign for pure bottled water (Live Young), showing a wide range of faces and skin tone matches … Continue reading