We are adam&eveDDB.
A place that believes in the power of creativity to create the change we want to see in the world.
A place full of audacious and famous ideas that help grow businesses and shape cultures.
A place packed with the energy and passion to make things happen.
A place where egos are left at the door, because we know none of us is as smart as all of us.
A place that welcomes ‘adam&everyone’ and helps them be the best they can be.
A place always on the look-out for new creative opportunities and brilliant new talent.
Our first campaign for Lucozade captures the feeling of when you have just had a Lucozade and you are ready to take on anything. 'Hula' is the first piece of work from our brand new creative platform, 'It's On' coming to life across TVC, OOH, Social, Digital & Print.
Creamy Purrrr-ee is a new irresistible treat for cats and a means to create spontaneous moments of bonding with your furry friend. We all know over time, owners start to look like their pets and with special moments lasting longer with Creamy Purrrr-ee this could get out of hand.
For Marmite’s fiery new variation on the classic we launched with special OOH where the giant lid of a Marmite Dynamite jar, which has exploded out of a 48-sheet poster and into a nearby car windscreen. Our explosive creative has also been brought to life across social channels.
Haig Club has always made their own rules when it comes to whisky. Our “Mix It Up” campaign continues to challenge some of the more traditional myths surrounding Scotch, encouraging people to consider whisky in new ways and occasions, fronted by brand partner David Beckham.
John Lewis & Partners & Waitrose & Partners
In our Christmas campaign for John Lewis & Partners and Waitrose & Partners, we show how a little love can make a big difference. Raising money for FareShare and Home-Start, the campaign is a heart-warming celebration of different forms of moving art.
With drivers back in their cars and back on the roads up and down the country, in our latest work with AA we show that it isn't just drivers excited to get back to normal. Meet Tukker the Dog, our four-legged hero breezing his way across TV, OOH, radio and social media.
To promote Samsung’s QLED TVs we partnered with Netflix ahead of the Michael Bay & Ryan Reynolds movie 6 Underground. Creating the world’s first ad-within-an-ad-within-an-ad, star Ryan Reynolds promoted Samsung’s latest TV, his new movie and even his own brand, Aviation Gin.
Marking the worldwide launch of FIFA 20, we created a new global campaign focusing on the innovators that play ‘wrong’ in the stadium, in the street and in the game. The ad features superstars from football and the wider sporting world for the latest epic spot.
We celebrate the fact that differences can bring families closer together when discussed and debated around the dinner table. Championing real families across the country, we show even if we are different from those closest to us we are still more alike than we might have thought
The AA has reunited the crew from the Red Dwarf to highlight the benefits of its digitally-enhanced breakdown service. ‘Stellar Rescue’, depicts the crew stranded in space with Lister finding a smarter and simpler solution to getting the Starbug functioning thanks to the AA app.
Our favourite Aussie larrikins, Brad and Dan, are back providing the people of Britain with Foster’s famous ‘no worries’ advice. Building on a much-loved legacy, the new campaign sees our Antipodean agony uncles offering their uniquely optimistic and positive perspective on life
M-Word aims to surface one of Britain’s biggest taboos – Money. Extensive research into what families find most difficult to discuss, money came out on top. Lloyds have partnered with Relate, the UK's largest relationship charity to help encourage people with those conversations
Our work for AvivaPlus looks to redress people’s frustrations with the insurance industry such as great premiums reserved for new customers, long delays in insurance payouts and getting stung for paying monthly. In Disguise, we show the lengths some customers are willing to go to
Eat Them to Defeat Them puts children in control in a fun, playful way, and speaks directly to them – playing to the truth that many kids think vegetables are gross – and engaging with kids and parents in a brand new way, looking to reinvigorate how vegetables are viewed.