Archive for September, 2010

Fun Theory taken to next level

We all loved the Fun Theory experiments by VW. But what I missed totally was the activity attached to the experiment ie “The Fun Theory Award” whereby the general public […]

Do Lectures #1: Steve Edge

Meet Steve Edge. I was lucky enough to attend the Do Lectures the other week. An amazingly edifying weekend spent in tents in West Wales. It’s not every day you […]

Agency Profile – Grupo W

A couple of weeks back I had the privilege of speaking at a conference with Daniel Granata who is the Creative Technology Director at GrupoW – if you do not […]

Tomorrow Awards – “Celebrating today the future of advertising”.

Does your company forge advertising creativity that pushes new technological boundaries? That’s lucky, because the Tomorrow Awards is the first international award show dedicated to discovering, showcasing and awarding advertising […]

ROA in Amsterdam

ROA is about to arrive, set up in my garage, get involved with various mammalia and put on a show at the end of the week.  His work is a […]

Building Advertising on the iPad

When the iPad came out it was immediately seen as the ultimate device for “publishing”. So it would not be long until magazines/publications would include advertising. But what we saw […]

Faile Book Launch

Faile, who spoke at Creative Social New York, are releasing a book collecting 10 years of their art and have book launches happening in both London and New York as […]

Fry Deconstructed

You know it happens sometimes when the stars align, and when the lovely people at Penguin asked us to create an app for @stephenfry’s upcoming novel “The Fry Chronicles”, boy […]

Failed Rockers in The Product Testing Institute

A little film we made for Sony Ericsson to launch the new Xperia X10 in the US featuring Glam Rockers. What else? This is the first of 6. The next […]

Has Technology hit a plateau?

And if it has does than mean the power is back with the ideas people? So the summer and awards are over. I judged the One Show earlier this year […]