Mr Kipling has launched an exceedingly good series of creative print ads, using their philosophy ‘life is better with cake’. The campaign features iconic Mr Kipling cakes and reminds us, how even those little everyday moments are made better with a piece of delicious cake. The campaign comes from JWT and David Masterman, a creative director at JWT explains how the campaigns aim was to simply “celebrate Mr Kipling’s wonderful little cakes”.
This is a #BloodyDisgrace.
We have created, and are launching a global campaign and petition, directed at the United Nations, to raise awareness of this unfair tax. We want every government to act together to declare that menstrual hygiene products are essential goods. This campaign has been created and supported by FullSIX London.
Just like millions of other people, I to have read Fifty Shades of Grey – yes all three books. Above is my idea/entry for One Minute Briefs to advertise the film. Using film genres/jargon I opted to focus on how the film wasn’t just a romantic chick-flick – as most of us know there’s quite a bit of action!
Despite this ad being for Denmark it has captured attention from all around the world, with a charming but odd love story which has a surprising twist. The ad shows the love a gothic boy has for a popular preppy girl. But I’ll honestly admit, (along with a large percentage of others who have watched this ad) I did not expect the ending. What’s also great is there is no dialogue in the advert at all which makes it universally appealing and who doesn’t love a good love story? It was also refreshing not to see a bouquet of flowers feature in the advert either, which I imagine was a risk for a florist brand to take but I believe this makes the brand even more appealing and the ad more charming.
My One Minute Brief entry to advertise, candy floss. View the winners ideas here.