Creative Department: Featuring St Luke’s, Lost Boys, Design Bridge and more


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May 18, 2015 | 28 min read

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St Luke’s: Littlewood’s 'Beach Huts'

Brand: Littlewood’s

Title(s): Beach Huts

Agency: St Luke’s

Agency website:

Creative Partner: Julian Vizard

Creatives: Julian Vizard, Mick Brigdale

Additional Credits: Planner: Dan Hulse

Business Lead: Emma Simmons

Account Director: Amarpreet Lall

Agency Producer: Jess Middleton

Media agency: Vizeum

Production Company: St Luke's

Director: Howard Greenhalgh

Production Company Producer: Genevieve Simmers

Editor: Matthew McKinnon

Post-production: Ludo Fealy at 1920

Grade: Duncan Russell at Glassworks

Music: Hold My Hand – Jess Glynn

Audio post-production: Ben Leaves at GCRS

Published: May 2015

Short Rationale: Littlewoods, the online department store, is continuing it’s successful ‘Littlewoods Touch’ campaign with their 2015 Spring/Summer work created by retained agency St Luke’s.

As the sun starts to peak out from behind the clouds, St Luke’s has recreated the perfect family holiday at the seaside for their latest Littlewoods advert. The spot, directed by Howard Greenhalgh through St Luke’s in-house production arm, sees the brand’s celebrity ambassador Myleene Klass return to share more of the magical Littlewoods Touch.

A trip to the seaside, be it abroad or nearer home, is the highlight of any family summer and this 30 second ad brings that excitement to life as we see a young family and group of friends enjoying the sand, sun and beach huts.

The music track “Hold My Hand” by Jess Glynne, which was UK Number 1 for three weeks, was specially chosen to give the ad that real summer feeling.

SuperHeroes Amsterdam: LG 'The Best Gift Ever'

Brand: LG

Title(s): The Best Gift Ever

Agency: SuperHeroes Amsterdam

Agency website:!/home

Creative Director: Rogier Vijverberg

Art Director: Ola Syse

Copywriter: Elliot Stewart-Franzen, Dimitri Hekimian

Additional Credits: Creative strategist: Felipe Camara, Marieke Dekker

Agency producer: Severien Jansen

Production Company: In Case of Fire

Director: Rick Lenzing

DOP: Steve Walker

Producer: Arjan Oosterveer

Design: Krister Lima, Quentin Deronzier

Post-production: Kim Hinrichs, Scott McPherson

Music production: Studio De Keuken

Responsible at LG:Emily Lee

Published: May 2015

Short Rationale: The complaint that cleaning is boring may be as old as dirt itself, but does that really mean cleaning can’t be fun? LG and international creative agency SuperHeroes put this fresh idea to the test in a new online film called ‘The Best Gift Ever’. The film marks the introduction of LG’s innovative LG CordZero, and the new campaign theme ‘Let’s Make Cleaning Fun Again’.

The humorous film presents the new LG CordZero as the perfect pal for making cleaning fun. To tell this story, the film was shot at six different children’s birthday parties over the course of a number of days. In a playful twist on the modern prank film, the children at each party are given a special mystery present. So, what’s in the box that gets the kids so excited?

The Best Gift Ever is created by SuperHeroes Amsterdam and directed by Rick Lenzing from production company In Case Of Fire. SuperHeroes has also created LG’s hugely successful So Real It’s Scary viral series.

Design Bridge: Lyle’s Golden Syrup 'The Smile Machine'

Brand: Lyle’s Golden Syrup

Title(s): The Smile Machine: Creating the design of a magical experience

Agency: Design Bridge, London, UK

Agency website:

Design Director: Michael Stride

3D Design Director: Laurent Robin-Prévallée

Design Team: Jiah Lee / Hayley Barrett

Photographer: Lisa Tubbs and Joe Pepler

Client Services Team: Rachel Gotts / Birgitte Woehlk

Short rationale: Tate & Lyle wanted to liven up Britain’s porridge bowls so tasked Design Bridge to create the design for an engaging and playful heritage brand experience for Lyle’s Golden Syrup® with the world’s first smile activated syrup dispenser - part of the ‘Smiles with Lyle’s®’ integrated breakfast marketing campaign.

The aptly named ‘Smile Machine’ utilises facial recognition software to detect a smile, which in turn dispenses a generous portion of Lyle’s Golden Syrup over a bowl of breakfast porridge.

Working in partnership with experiential marketing production company, Helix 3D, Design Bridge created the look and feel of the dispenser, and designed a fully branded experience for Lyle’s, one that played on its generous, magical personality. Design inspiration came from the glorious, sticky syrup itself, as did the brand’s Victorian heritage.

18 Feet & Rising: Koppaberg 'Summer marketing campaign'

Brand: Koppaberg

Title(s): Summer marketing campaign

Agency: 18 Feet & Rising

Agency website:

Creatives: Alex Delaney, Oli O’Neill

Additional Credits: Producer: Claire Ramasamy

Business Director: Andrew Barnard

Account Manager: Tom Fraser

Production Company: Terrie Tanaka Management

Photographer: Peter Rad

Animation Production Company: Lisbon

Director: Theo Nunn

Published: May 2015

Short Rationale: Bringing a touch of Scandinavian cool to the summer months, the multi-channel activity will focus on the classic Kopparberg favourites, Strawberry & Lime and Elderflower & Lime, before introducing the brand-new Frozen Fruit Cider range.

Following the success of the ‘Elderflower Beards’ creative in 2014 by 18 Feet & Rising, this year’s campaign for Strawberry & Lime takes inspiration from trends rooted in tattoos and body art. The idea evolves directly from the fruit cider ingredients – strawberries and limes, where vines of strawberries intertwine with refreshing limes to form tattoos over the bodies of male and female models. Inspired by the intricacy and talent of tattoo artistry, photographer Peter Rad captures a compelling aesthetic that is authentic, stylish, and very Kopparberg.

From May to August, Kopparberg will use the creative as part of its largest outdoor campaign to date with over 1,900 sites and approximately 4,000 6-sheets in eight key cities across the UK. High impact sites include London’s Piccadilly Circus, Manchester’s Piccadilly Gardens and Glasgow Central.

RKCR/Y&R: Marks & Spencer 'Adventures in Britishness'

Brand: Marks & Spencer

Title(s): Adventures in Britishness

Agency: RKCR/Y&R

Agency website:!/work

Creative Director: Mark Roalfe

Art Director: Chris Hodgkiss

Copywriter: Pip Bishop

Additional Credits: Leigh Roberts

Agency Producer: Alex Shillingford

Photographer: Karen Thomas

Director/Production Company: Michael Roulier, Phillppe L’Homme @ Food Film

Producer: Francesa O’Brien @ Food Fil,

Editor: Bruce @ The Quarry

Sound Design: Parv @ Wave

Typographer: Tivy Davies

Published: May 2015

Short Rationale: Marks & Spencer has launched a new summer campaign showcasing its celebrated range of regionally sourced/inspired food from around the British Isles.

The ‘Adventures In Britishness’ campaign, created by Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R, will launch across TV, print, OOH and social media from Sunday 10 May and will run until Sunday 16 August.

The campaign features a 40-second TV and online ad focusing on different types of locally produced summertime food, including delectable regional cheeses, varieties of fresh produce, locally brewed craft beer and a mouth-watering hog roast/beef burgers.

In addition, 20-second commercials will also feature later in the campaign, each focusing on a specific occasion - entitled ‘Adventures in Sizzle’, ‘Adventures in Tea-time’ and ‘Adventures in Seaside’.

The ads are part of the ongoing M&S “Adventures In” campaign, which are all shot with the brands distinctive style.

BrandOpus: Twinings 'Discovery Range'

Brand: Twinings

Title(s): Discovery Range

Agency: BrandOpus

Agency website:

Executive Creative Director: Paul Taylor

Published: May 2015

Short Rationale: BrandOpus has partnered with the world’s leading premium tea company, Twinings, to create the Large-Leaf Discovery Collection for international markets.

Created by the passion and flair of the Twinings Master Blenders, the collection consists of 14 new and unique blends designed to take tea lovers on a journey of discovery to experience new superior large-leaf teas and infusions that will delight the senses.

Inspired by the thousands of drawers in the Twinings tea library, every blend is presented in distinctive drawer-like packaging revealing the story behind the tea.

Each mouth-watering blend has its own story to tell and this is brought to life by illustrations unique to each, whilst a layering approach to the structural design evokes surprise, delight and engages all the senses.

JWT London: Canon 'City Climbers'

Brand: Canon

Title(s): City Climbers

Agency: J. Walter Thompson London

Agency website:

Executive Creative Director: Russell Ramsey

Creative Director: Adam Scholes

Creative: Adam Collins, Mark Campion

Additional Credits: Agency Producer: Carley Reynolds

Assistant Agency Producer: Lula Boardman

Project Manager: Romana Kit

Planner (creative agency): Kris Flemington

Business Director: Antony Hill

Senior Account Director: Claire Howe, Tom Ring

Media Agency: PHD

Media Planner: Ghislain Caudrillier

Director: Niall O’Brien

Production Company: A+ (part of Academy Films)

Producer: Arlene McGann

Director of Photography: Manuel Alberto Claro

Editor: Simon Hargood @ Assembly Rooms

Sound: Tom Joyce @ Factory

Published: 2015

Short Rationale: J. Walter Thompson London unveils the third instalment of the Canon Come and See campaign: “city climbers”.

Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov are two Russian photographers and city explorers also known as “on the roofs”. Looking beyond familiar sights, they search for unique and spectacular photos that can only be captured from the tallest buildings and that they instantly share with their community.

Canon and J. Walter Thompson followed the pair on their latest climb in Dubai, where they took on the JW Marriott Marquis - the world's tallest hotel - a 72-story, 355 m twin-tower skyscraper.

Robot Food: Cadbury 'Mini Rolls Rebrand'

Brand: Cadbury

Title(s): Mini Rolls Rebrand

Agency: Robot Food, Leeds, UK

Agency website:

Creative Director: Simon Forster

Art Director: Martin Widdowfield & Mike Johns

Copywriter: Simon Forster & Chris Shuttleworth

Illustrator: Mike Johns

Photographer: Martin Widdowfield & Mike Johns

Published: May 2015

Short rationale (optional): Cadbury Mini Rolls are the original Mini Roll and have been gracing supermarket shelves and lunchboxes since 1962. However to walk down the cake aisle you wouldn’t know it, dozens of copycat brands have jumped on the success of the vanilla crème-centred Cadbury Mini Rolls and followed with their own variants of this iconic cake, albeit none deliver the crème that Cadbury Mini Rolls have. Premier Foods wanted to make Cadbury Mini Rolls more impactful on shelf, making it more modern, relevant and in keeping with the master brand of Cadbury confectionery. To help deliver this, Premier Foods assigned the project to Leeds-based design agency Robot Food to bring their expertise on making this step change re-design for the brand.

Tasked with reinventing the Cadbury Mini Rolls brand, Robot Food completely overhauled the visual identity and on pack hierarchy to hero the Mini Rolls themselves. By taking full advantage of the speech mark shape created by the swirled crème filling, the new identity is as bold and fun as the product offering itself. Oozing with character and cheeky tone of voice, Robot Food created the positioning “with BIG personality” to modernise Cadbury Mini Rolls and have a clear advantage over of the own-label offerings. This new pack design is also in line with the current “Joy” positioning that the parent brand Cadbury hold.

On pack communication has been significantly ramped up with a series of witty, tongue in cheek slogans that give each flavour literal shelf shout. In keeping with the big personality proposition, each individual Mini Roll has a fun message on the outer wrapper; each flavour vying for attention on the shelf. Carrying on with the overhaul, Robot Food’s art direction of the product photography is as innovative as it is exciting. By breaking away from the industry standard ‘3/4 shot’, the Mini Roll instantly becomes proud, confident and more appetising – symbolising the newfound stature of the Cadbury Mini Rolls brand.

The result is an all-encompassing identity that completely reaffirms Cadbury Mini Rolls’ position as the go-to product in the busy aisle of cake. Rolled with joy and bursting with personality ensures they have a unique positioning to which nothing else compares.

Bluemarlin: Rocks 'Brand design'

Brand: Rocks

Title(s): Brand design

Agency: Bluemarlin

Agency website:

Account Director: Norma Gray

Published: May 2015

Short Rationale: International brand design agency bluemarlin has rolled in a new, distinctive design for Rocks range of squashes. The concept revolutionises the brand’s entire identity, including packaging, communications and digital, and will support the brand’s ambitious plans for growth as it stretches into the competitive Ready to Drink category.

Bluemarlin was charged with discovering a brand new position for Rocks as a mature, premium squash that is good for the whole family whilst maintaining its authentic British spirit. The braver idea of ‘Rocks Your World’ was developed as the design concept to re-establish Rocks within the market.

The Rocks logo features prominently on the design as a stamp of authenticity – it conveys the spontaneous energy of the brand while affirming a strong and confident brand voice. The colourful splat of squashed fruit communicates the energy of the brand and the product truth of it being packed full of flavour. Rocks contains only three simple and pure ingredients: fruit, water and sugar – no additives or preservatives, just squash, the way it should be made. The glass bottle indicates a premium, quality product, but the design guarantees an energised, friendly and natural offering.

Lost Boys: The Drum 'Dreamers Wanted'

Brand: The Drum

Title(s): Dreamers Wanted

Agency: Lost Boys

Agency website:

Creative Director: Gav Gordon-Rodgers, Gemma Butler

Art Director: Tom Kavanagh

Creative Team: Gabrielle Choo, Matt Paxton

Additional Credits: Head of Content and Distribution: Jasmin Griffiths

Producer: Kyson East

The Drum: Creative Director: Dave Birss

Producer: Sam Scott

Published: May 2015

Short Rationale: The Drum has announced the launch of its first ever UK-wide creative competition, the Dream Awards. The launch is supported with a campaign created by social and content agency Lost Boys.

The Dream Awards will celebrate and reward the most outstanding creative work, and aims to attract entries from the UK’s top agencies and brands.

Lost Boys has worked with The Drum to develop a creative platform, Dreamers Wanted, celebrating the industry’s dreamers and paying tribute to their imagination and creativity. The campaign invites those with big dreams to enter the awards.

To launch the awards, Lost Boys and The Drum have created a series of surreal and humorous films featuring leading creative directors including Laura Jordan-Bambach, Creative Partner at Mr. President, Peter Souter, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of TBWA London and Mick Mahoney, Executive Creative Director at RKCR/Y&R discussing some of their most iconic past work. Each creative director is pictured on a psychiatrist’s couch, describing the dream which inspired their most famous campaign.

Lost Boys has also developed a social media strategy to support the launch of the awards, with activity on Twitter and other supporting channels using the hashtag #DreamersWanted, as well as a series of double-page print ads in The Drum.

Sid Lee Amsterdam and Sid Lee New York: Absolut 'Absolut Nights'

Brand: Absolut

Title(s): Absolut Nights

Agency: Sid Lee Amsterdam & Sid Lee New York

Agency website:

Executive Creative Director: Daniel Chandler, James Yeats-Smith

Creative Team: Maclean Jackson, Roeben Beddeleem, Eoin Mclaughlin, Thomas Glover

Additional Credits: Group Account Director: Emily Creek

Account Director: Amy Manganiello

Production Management Director: Melanie Bruneau and Dave Isaac

Head of Strategy: Simon Wassef

Strategy Director: Nicola Davies

Editor: Thomas Schenk

Director: Melina Matsoukas

Production Team: Jimmy Lee & Sid Lee Entertainment

Production Partners: Prettybird, Vice, O’mage, StudioNOW

VP of Marketing, Absolut: Xavier Beysecker

Global Storytelling Director, Absolut: Nodjame Fouad

Global Experiences Director, Absolut: Franz Drack

Global Communications Manager, Absolut: Billy Burgess

Global Experiential Manager, Absolut: Leandro Bonoli

Global Experiential Manager, Absolut: Frida Hyséus

Published: 2015

Short Rationale: Absolut Nights, a new global nightlife series was the basis for the latest iteration of Absolut’s famous Transform Today campaign. Created together with strategic and creative partner Sid Lee, Absolut Nights is an attempt at bringing back the glory days of Studio 54 and reclaim Absolut’s crown as the leader in creative nightlife experiences.

To launch Absolut Nights, Sid Lee and Absolut produced a series of four unique, flagship events in key cities around the globe, and partnered with cutting edge artists to transform the night into an immersive, artistic experience. The remarkable events that followed were captured as a three minute video, shot by acclaimed film director Melina Matsoukas and featuring an exclusive soundtrack from Empire of the Sun.

With renowned lighting artist Vita Motus in New York, author Marianna Krawczyk in Sao Paolo, fashion designers Studio XO in Berlin, and fire artist Charles Gadeken in Johannesberg, each city’s featured artist radically transformed a single element of the party experience, pushing the boundaries for what partiers should expect on a night out.

Sid Lee and Absolut created Nights by Absolut under the belief that ‘the future is not a given, it’s what you create’ and the desire to bring that message to life, continuing the brand’s shift away from messaging-led communications and towards a more invitational, experiential model that let’s their consumers become part of the brand.

JWT London: Rowntree’s 'Riders'

Brand: Rowntree’s

Title(s): Riders

Agency: J. Walter Thompson London

Agency website:

Executive Creative Director: Russell Ramsey

Creative Director: Jason Berry

Creative: James Hobbs, Jeremy Little

Additional Credits: Agency TV Producer: Nicola Mitchell

Assistant TV Producer: Jenny Busby

Planner (creative agency): Richard Cottingham, Kevin Mercer

Business Director: Brooke Curtis

Account Director: Lauren Nuttall, Paola Natellis

Media Agency: ZenithOptimedia

Production Company: 2AM

Director: Joel & Jamie

Production Company: Alice Morris

DOP: Haris Zambarloukos

Editor: Daniel Greenway

Post-production: nineteentwenty

SFX Artists: Chrys Aldred, Richard McKeand

Post Production Producer: Sally Pritchett

Colourist: Julien Biard at Finish

Sound: Sam Ashwell at 750mph

Published: May 2015

Short Rationale: J. Walter Thompson London has created a series of ten sponsorship idents in which the family of Rowntree’s sweets are the stars of the show.

The films bring together the worlds of film and confectionary in extravagant ‘rider’ requests from demanding, fictitious films stars. Everything from Fruit Pastille towers to flattering Jelly Tot portraits are catered for to massage actor’s egos and satisfy their appetite for all things Rowntree’s.

The campaign is designed to build on the fun side of the brand and remind people that everyone needs a bit of Rowntree’s-ness every now and then. It also aims to increase awareness of the 5 core sub-brands in the Rowntree’s family (Fruit Pastilles, Randoms, Fruit Gums, Tooty Frooties and Jelly Tots).

The 12-month campaign launches on 11 May 2015 on TV and will be supported in social – in particular through the launch of a new Rowntree’s brand twitter - and by OOH.

Arnold KLP: Douwe Egberts 'No ordinary coffee'

Brand: Douwe Egberts

Title(s): No ordinary coffee

Agency: Arnold KLP

Agency website:

Creative Director: Andrew Watkinson, Jon Moore

Director/Photographer: Christopher Watson-Wood

Additional Credits: Production Company: Mad Ruffian

Media Agency: Havas Media

Media Planner: Niki West

Post Production: Ruffian Post

Audio Post Production: Angel Sound

Published: May 2015

Short Rationale: Arnold KLP has teamed Douwe Egberts up with internationally renowned fashion designer, Orla Kiely, to create a limited edition collection of must-have coffee jars.

Using Orla’s bold and iconic graphic patterns, a set of three fashion-forward Douwe Egberts jars have been created that coffee lovers can collect, upcycle and treasure. The stylish ‘coffee couture’ collection will feature the Pure Gold and Pure Indulgence roasts, creating the perfect instant coffees. There are three exclusive designs to collect and only 1.5 million available.

The campaign consists of TV, instore, digital and social – going live May 1 with TV airing May 4.

Tens (in-house): Tens 'Instant summer vision'

Brand: Tens

Title(s): Instant summer vision

Agency: Tens (in-house)

Agency website:

Creative Director: Tom Welsh, Kris Reid, Marty Bell

Art Director: Tens

Copywriter: Tens

Illustrator: Marcel Sygula

Photographer: Tom Welsh, Marty Bell, Giles Smith

Additional Credits: Soundtrack: Sunglasses Kid

Published: May 2015

Short Rationale: Tens, the UK's first filter sunglasses brand, has unveiled a hilarious eighties-inspired infomercial shot to mark the launch of its brand new collection – offering an affectionate nod to an era of bygone advertising.

Produced and Directed by Tens' founders – Kris, Marty and Tom – the film offers a satirical response to the endless feed of overproduced HD content, and hilariously begs the question "What the f*ck is Instagram anyway?"

Ogilvy Portugal: Correio da Manhã 'The first Responsive Print ad'

Brand: Correio da Manhã

Title(s): The first Responsive Print ad

Agency: Ogilvy, Lisbon, Portugal

Agency website:

Creative Director: Jorge Coelho

Art Director: Nuno Gomes

Copywriter: Rui Antunes

Additional Credits: Creative supervisor: João Guimarães

Managing Partner: Francisco Costa

Account Director: Paulo Caixeiro

Account Executive: Catarina Oliveira

Tv Producer: Paulo Carrapito

Tv Production: Mixturas

Production & Logistics: Eduardo Vale, João Carrapito, Álvaro Carrapito

Packshot Animation: Tiago Simões

Published: April 2015

Short rationale: Starting with the idea that one piece of paper can be as responsive as a website and that it can be adapted to all the formats we want, we created a print ad in which all the information is adapted to the space available in the page as this is folded. Like the websites that are optimizes for different screen sizes, the Correio da Manhã print ad was conceived to be manually adapted to 3 formats, so that the readers can get to know the newspaper new website and how it can be easily accessed by tablet or smartphone.

Aesop: MOMA 'Start your day awesome'

Brand: MOMA

Title(s): Start your day awesome

Agency: Aesop

Agency website:

Executive Creative Director: Martin Grimer

Creative Director: Simon Hipwell, Matt Pam

Designer: Danii Kedik

Illustrator: Peter Greenwood

Additional Credits: Retoucher: Richard Pettiford

Account Director: Tommy Smith

Published: May 2015

Short Rationale: Aesop, the brand storytellers, have created their first campaign for MOMA -the healthy breakfast brand - since winning the business earlier in the year following a competitive pitch.

The campaign, created by Aesop Agency, marks the launch of MOMA’s new Bircher Muesli range.

The three executions, which include the endline ‘Start Your Day Awesome’, are bold and playful. Each of the illustrations, that reference screenprint pop and comic art, put the product centre stage and are quite literally bursting with energy. A retro rocket soars; a bi-­plane loops the loop; the product explodes with a ‘POW!’.

Ogilvy & Mather Singapore: Sport Singapore 'Celebrate the extraordinary'

Brand: Sport Singapore

Title(s): Celebrate the extraordinary

Agency: Ogilvy & Mather Singapore

Agency website:

Chief Creative Officer: Eugene Cheong

Creative Director: Troy Lim, Jon Loke

Senior Art Director: David Stevanov

Senior Copywriter: Adrian Yeap

Copywriter: Nicholas Lim

Additional Credits: Account Management: Shirley Tay, Ellen Tan, Peter Glaser, Cheryl Lim

Production House: Above the Sea

Executive Producer: Sophie Kornberg – Spotwelders Los Angeles

Director: Tony Kaye

Editor: Spotwelders – Los Angeles

Published: May 2015

Short Rationale: Sport Singapore, Ogilvy & Mather Singapore, and Oscar-nominated film director Tony Kaye have teamed up to produce a series of TVCs to rally the nation in support of Team Singapore athletes ahead of the 28th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games which will return to the Lion City from 5-16 June 2015, after a 22-year hiatus.

Building on the SEA Games’ theme of “Celebrate the Extraordinary”, the nine web films and TVCs turned the lens on Team Singapore athletes as they showcase their extraordinary sporting abilities – from shooting hoops while blindfolded to delivering 40 punches in eight seconds, with no camera tricks necessary.

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