ENGINE is a future company. A full stack consultancy, technology, insight, data, brand and experience design, advertising and communications company, with the power of diversity and imagination to take on the future.
The world is changing. Problems don’t look like they used to. These days, disruption is the new normal and connectivity means complexity. That’s where we come in. We curate small, diverse teams who help our clients figure out where to go next.
We are diverse. We are collaborative. We are clever and inventive, imaginative and creative. Together, we are ENGINE.
800 brains. One front door.
Women’s Aid has launched an arresting press ad in Vanity Fair to raise awareness of coercive control. The work conceals a hidden message of abusive behaviour within a beautiful pattern, highlighting how coercive control is designed to control, manipulate or frighten another.
Eurostar launches European TV campaign ‘You see more when you don’t fly’ campaign, which sees the return of our Ostrich showcasing the benefits of travelling with Eurostar straight to the heart of European cities. The ad shows the Ostrich making the most of the time gained by tak
ENGINE worked with tech disrupter Cazoo to shape the brand from the ground up; creating everything from the logo to staff uniforms to launch campaign. The integrated campaign centres around the idea “Cazoo Yeah!”, celebrating how good it feels to buy a used car from Cazoo.
This is the Santander’s latest instalment in its Bank of Antandec series. Where you see Ant and Dec hit a bump in the road. Or rather, a copyright infringement claim, as it appears there’s an uncanny resemblance between the Bank of Antandec and Santander logos.
Churchill - one of the nation’s most loved brands - relaunched with a new campaign and rebrand that encompasses every element of the insurer’s identity, from the company logo to its iconic figurehead, confidently reasserting the brand’s appeal to a modern, busy audience.
Born Free Foundation has launched an emotive film to show the brutal reality of the life of a lion ‘raised for the rifle’. Following this summer’s successful blockbuster remake, people are falling in love with lions all over again, but unaware of the fate South African lions face