Ad of the day: Halfords "tour de britain" by mother
B&Q "unloved rooms" by Karmarama B Q has launched its summer ad campaign telling Britons' to rediscover their unloved room. Karmarama created the campaign, which includes TV, press and online activity. The TV ad is voiced by comedian Rob Brydon...
MSN and Internet Explorer "#BanterScrum" by Beattie McGuinness Bungay Internet Explorer and MSN, which are sponsoring the 2013 British and Irish Lions rugby tour, have created an interactive site that feeds off Twitter to decide which team s fans have the best banter. The...
Shelter "house of their own" by Leagas Delaney A new campaign from Shelter, by Leagas Delaney, targets parents whose children will feel the full force of the housing shortage. The digital and regional outdoor ads, which show children s playhouses and tree houses,...
Halfords "Tour de Britain" by Mother Halfords is looking to capitalise on the post-Olympics craze for cycling with its latest TV spot. It shows various tribes of cyclists that can be found on British roads middle-aged men in spandex, commuters, hipsters...
Evans Cycles "Hoy Bikes" by Antidote Evans Cycles has released a TV spot to promote its new range of bikes, which were designed by the Olympic gold-medallist Sir Chris Hoy. The spot is a narrative of his childhood relationship with bikes,...
D&AD 2013 JUDGE INTERVIEWS
One of the most eagerly anticipated events at the Cannes Lions, Saatchi & Saatchi's annual showcase has played a crucial role in promoting young directorial talent. Indeed, past showcases read like a who's who of the directing world. James Swift take...
Using advertising solely as a means to drive short-term sales is a dangerous strategy, Peter Field warns marketers.
Cannes has spawned some great creativity. Much of it far removed from the south of France.
Leo Burnett's annual Cannes Predictions reel tends to be a good indicator of Lion winners. Mark Tutssel shares the highlights of 2013.
It may be seen by some as the business version of Facebook, but LinkedIn is also about engaging content, the site's ad chief tells Louise Ridley.
Tired of all the drink, drugs and sex at Cannes? Jonathan Burley offers some light relief in his novella (any resemblance to real persons is deliberate).
The leaders of the four largest communication groups in the world tell Campaign why they keep returning to Cannes, again and again, for its blend of awards, ideas, hard work and fun. Oh, and the odd rock lobster too.
Bernard Brochand may just have the best job in the world. James Swift meets the former adman and current Mayor of Cannes.
Pick of the Week
Turkey of the Week
Delegates from EasyJet, The Week and Ocean Outdoor reflect on last week's Media 360 event and awards.
CANNES 2013: In pictures Catch up with the action in Cannes, including sessions from speakers including Jack Black, Jenson Button and Martha Stewart.
MEDIA360: In pictures View pictures from Media360, featuring the tenth anniversary party, workshops with Virgin and Channel 4, and the Decade of Achievement awards.
MEDIA360: Thinkbox honoured at Decade of Achievement Awards Thinkbox and MEC were among companies taking home awards at the Decade of Achievement awards last night, as the winners were revealed at the Media360 10th anniversary party.
Diary - Arts University Bournemouth unveils creative talent winners A host of creative billboards in Tottenham Court Road are showcasing some of the brightest talent of the future - the winners of AUB's second 'Who Are You?' competition.
Grazia toasts Kate Moss with special anniversary issue Grazia is celebrating Kate Moss's 25 years in fashion with a special issue that includes a 15-page feature devoted to the supermodel.
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Welcome to a new monthly series - Talking Inspiration - where we ask the biggest characters in the industry about creative inspiration. This month we talk exclusively to Rory Sutherland, vice chairman of Ogilvy Group, about what inspires him.
Michael Palin, the World traveller and Monty Python star, took a pitstop in his usual schedule to open a new studio in West London.
Top 10 ads of 2012
Campaign looks at the top 10 ads of 2012.