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The prodigy

A closer look at the work of Jean Michel Basquiat, the pioneering prodigy of the 1980s downtown New York art scene.


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Under the influence

Word of mouth is a powerful marketing tool, if you're brave enough...


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Battling winter with an integrated campaign.

How we created a hero to help businesses take on the might of winter.


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Designed in California.

See how Californian subcultures since the 1960s have shaped design around the world.


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Don’t lose sight of the Big Picture.

Cinema versus public art – which one is superior? And as both fight for our attention, which one has more to say?


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Political advertising – a political punchline or something more?

Are there considerations for a political campaign that lie outside those of a normal brief? Is it wrong for agencies to align themselves with a political agenda? Should they remain neutral?


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Press the Flesch.

How do you make sure your copy is as easy to read as possible?


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What’s the big idea?

I hate going to the cinema because no other art form promises quite so much as films fail to deliver...


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Would you like fries with that?

The Chip Shop Awards are a chance for adland's sharpest, brightest and rudest to showcase their work.


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Do good work for good people.

We share our inspiration from Aaron Draplin.


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Do not pass Go.

First there was Monopoly. The board game giant announced that three classic tokens were being replaced, and invited fans to vote for their top eight.


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The end of belief.

Customers can't believe anything they read anymore – unless you give them a good reason.


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The times they are a-changing.

American Gods has gone from book to TV. The challenge of advertising such an icon is being won by the network.


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A rhetorical question.

As a copywriter, it’s essential that I understand rhetorical devices in order to make my copy persuasive, and using them has become something close to second nature.


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Anatomy of an advert.

My favourite ad is one for Baileys, the alcoholic cream liquor. It’s a TV advert which ran at Christmas a few years ago.


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Is Snapchat changing the face of brand marketing?

More and more UK brands are now using Snapchat as a powerful marketing tool.


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The halftime show.

The Super Bowl is responsible for some of the most expensive ad slots ever. But do brands play it safe or push it too far?


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Real People, Lego Batman.

Teaming up with The Lego Batman Movie; Chevrolet have produced a great parody of their ‘Real People, Not Actors’ campaign ads.


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A trick of the eye.

Just for a moment, I’d seen something that wasn’t there and believed 100% that it was real.


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The ideas factory.

Where do advertisers really get their ideas?


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An inspirational outlet.

Working at Tribe, you can’t help but feel that inspirational charge – the need to carry that creativity forward in your spare time.


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Stranger Things never felt so familiar.

Excitement levels reached new highs with confirmation that Stranger Things season two is due next year.


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Creative minds inspire others.

How we're getting inspired by others' ingenuity.


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To brand affinity and beyond.

It’s the 70th Edinburgh Festival and although we’re itching to see a film, I just assumed it would be something newer…


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