Mother is one of the world’s most respected, independent creative companies. We started around one table with three people, all of whom shared the washing up. 22 years on, Mother has offices in London, New York, Los Angeles and Shanghai. From fast moving retailers and brands with global scale, to local jewels with local needs; we create ideas that are embraced by popular culture and deliver more powerfully as a result. We are Campaign’s Agency of the Year, 2018 and Adage’s International Agency of the Year, 2018.
With great quality chicken at gob-smackin’ prices, KFC will have you shouting: ‘What The Cluck?!’ A series of bold films bring to life this Finger Lickin’ winning feeling, transforming surprised people into super-charged, dancing and dunking, animated chickens.
IKEA’s newest Greenwich store is its most sustainable ever. In a bid to further reduce IKEA and its customers’ carbon footprints, a bespoke outdoor campaign repurposes posters as directional signage, encouraging people to travel to the store in the most sustainable way: on foot.
Forget the flowers for Mother's Day 2019 - Elvie wanted to give new mums a bigger and breastier gift. We inflated five giant breasts, all of varying size and skin tones, across London, inviting anyone who has ever felt shamed or confined when feeding in public to #freethefeed.
Join Colonel Harland Sanders on a trip through Chicken Town. A place where a legion of KFC imitators try their hardest to match the great man’s Original Recipe chicken. They come up short, of course, because when all’s said and done, KFC is only available at…well, KFC.
To celebrate the launch of IKEA Greenwich, IKEA's most sustainable UK store, we teamed up with local artists to create a series of incredible animal homes using upcycled IKEA furniture. Now all of our new neighbours can enjoy an amazing home. Even our furry and feathered friends.
To help promote the most sustainable IKEA store ever, IKEA Greenwich, we launched special up-cycled wallets made from bouncing castles and the iconic FRAKTA bag straps. Each has a TfL Oyster Card pre-loaded with £5 to encourage people to travel to the store by public transport.
IKEA caused quite a splash with their giant SMÅKRYP boats, which use cutting-edge technology to suck in plastic and other rubbish as they sail. The activity was part of a series of events celebrating the opening of their most sustainable UK store yet in Greenwich, London.
Rang-tan’s story prompted over 1,000 schools to contact Greenpeace, and thousands of children have supported Rang-tan with letters, stories and films of their own. We brought together children across the country in one unified voice, demanding companies deliver on their promises.