Case Studies

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Politics. Tamed.

By The&Partnership London

We grew digital and physical subscriptions to The Times by demonstrating that the newspaper is the best place on Earth for the public to make sense of the madness in Westminster.

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Green & Black's

By Bulletproof

With a new line to launch, GREEN & BLACK’S enlisted Bulletproof to create a vibrant and cohesive brand identity and packaging design for its new Pure Dark and Pure Milk chocolate bars that would break away from the generic mass Premium Chocolate category codes and conventions.

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Tourism Western Australia: Inspiring friends and families to reunite with loved ones living in Australia

By eight&four

Tourism Western Australia’s first brief to us was to inspire a target audience to visit Perth and explore the rest of Western Australia by booking flights through DialAFlight.

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Lidl Baby

By TBWA\London

We launched Lidl’s new baby range, Lupilu. The challenge was to introduce a new brand into a competitive category dominated by established brands and highly dependent on trust and advocacy. So we gave a voice to those who can't even speak yet—babies, the real experts.

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#HelloHollyNichols

By TBWA\London

When Harvey Nichols introduced a brand-new floor, it gave them more women’s fashion than any store in London. To celebrate, we flipped the power dynamic between women and luxury fashion. In a grand demonstration of our support of women we renamed Harvey Nichols, Holly Nichols!

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Captain Aquafresh

By TBWA\London

In a category with a 'grab and go' mentality and little brand affinity, we made oral health fun. Entering Captain Aquafresh - a TV, VOD, social, OOH and digital hero. He had 17 million hits on YouTube alone and put Aquafresh back in global growth for the first time in 10 years!

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Load Rage: OnePlus reveals Millennials' Digital Woes

By Kazoo

Kazoo was set the task of growing awareness for the OnePlus brand and establishing it as a pioneer for 5G.

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Lil-Lets social content campaign

By Distillery

Plastic pollution is at a critical point, and feminine hygiene brand Lil-Lets is acting on it. We launched their social campaign against single-use plastic by grounding on strategy, education, and entertainment, earning them more fans who also care for the environment.

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HERTZ. STOP. BEFORE YOU GET THERE

By Stack

We needed to remind our audience that a hire car is more than a way to get from A to B.

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adidas by LONDON

By TBWA\London

To disrupt the top down conventions of ‘doing’ the London look, we adopted a bottom-up approach.​ We collaborated with London influencers, alongside street cast Londoners, to curate and style adidas with a truly hyper-localised approach.

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ThreeUK: Gram Invaders

By Gravity Road

Hacking Insta Stories to create its very first 8-bit game

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Unlocking a Honda audience: Are You Type R?

By Southpaw

Working to the insight that Type R is not just a car, it’s an attitude – a ‘Type’ of person who loves the notion that “with risk comes reward”. We developed a campaign called “Are You Type R?” including a range of filmic, print, social/digital assets, and exceeded the sales KPI.

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Don't just fit in. Belong

By MSL

EY wanted to move the conversation on from ‘D&I’ to ‘Belonging’ – a feeling everyone understands and creates in their workplace. Creating a series of films and social content under the banner ‘Don’t just fit in. Belong’ we showed real examples of what belonging means at EY.

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Montezuma Father’s Day

By Bright Blue Day

Our first campaign with Montezuma’s chocolate focused on bringing a fresh and fun creative approach to Father’s Day and presenting chocolate as the gift dads secretly wanted.

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Ding dong, Avon calling…

By Bulletproof

Avon set Bulletproof the challenge of creating a new beauty and energy supplements brand that would target the modern woman, delivering real benefits that could be seen and felt.

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