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We’re a small but expanding multi-disciplined branding agency based in central Bristol, with a broad range of clients including Essex County Council, Russell Brand and Beauty UK Cosmetics. Have a look at the rest of our site to get an idea of what we’re about.
It’s a relaxed working environment based at the bottom of Park St, with 25 days holiday. We expect you to have a life outside of the office, and do fairly well to avoid the stress and late nights associated with a lot of other agencies.
We’re looking for someone wanting to move up from a junior role, who’s genuinely excited by all things web and likes to play around with new technologies.
The salary is 20-25k + bonus dependent on experience.
NAB (National Australia Bank) has launched an integrated advertising campaign using the concept of a public break-up to delineate themselves from the three other Australian major banks, the ANZ, Commonwealth Bank and Westpac. Launched on Valentine’s Day, the campaign included sixty public break ups between couples in restaurants, bars and public spaces, representing the irreconcilable differences between NAB and the other banks. Films of the painful conversations were filmed and released today, along with stunts involving executives from the three other banks. The campaign also extends to press, Adshel, large format outdoor, radio, mobile billboards, street teams, street chalking, helicopter banners and video. Consumers are being directed to breakup.nab.com.au, NAB’s Facebook page, Twitter page and YouTube channel where they can interact with the campaign and keep up to date with the latest activity as it breaks.
Zombie films are brilliant. A small band of survivors fight for their lives in a world taken over by crazed, flesh eating undead. Finally hole up in a shopping centre and await the inevitable. It’s a cinematic theme that never gets old.
The world of gaming changed forever when Resident Evil scared the shit out of anyone with a Playstation, and now we are overjoyed to share this trailer for Poland based Tech Lands ‘Dead Island’. To say that it’s stunning is to do it an injustice. It’s heart in mouth, spine tingling stuff, with added axes and bloodletting. Put it this way, Zombies are awesome, but what if you had to protect your family from them... Gulp. Run VT…
Music Master, an MP3 download site based in Dubai, launched its services on February 1 with an advertising campaign featuring QR codes. In-mall advertisements depict hundreds of QR codes which consumers will be invited to scan in search of a few that lead to free music downloads. Print ads feature a prominent QR code and give consumers the chance to download free tracks if they link Music Master with their Facebook page. The campaign uses the slogan, “Who is the music master?”.
Agrofood in Brazil is promoting Taina coffee with a print advertising tying the drink to times when it’s just too scary to sleep. Two print ads, developed at Giovanni+Draft FCB and illustrated by Andrey Gordeev, show castaways and prisoners (shown) in grim situations. “When sleeping is not an option”. Like the coffee, this is dark stuff.