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The Drum Awards article

August 6, 2020 | 2 min read

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When subscription service Now TV was aiming to promote its summer offering of content, including blockbuster Jurassic Park, its agency Fever PR devised an eye-catching solution.

The story of Jurassic Jeff, a dinosaur-sized statue of actor Jeff Goldblum sitting, bare-chested next to the Thames was a worldwide phenomenon – but how did it happen in the first place?

Fever PR’s deputy creative director Will Holloway talks through the project which went on to garner global attention – including from the actor himself.

The campaign centered around the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park, in which the actor played a supporting role that in recent years has generated a lot of attention online through meme culture, which served as the initial inspiration for the project.

Ultimately the campaign was a winner at The Drum Awards for PR in the Music and Entertainment category.

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