V’s mean green beats

  • Advertising
  • June 22, 2012
  • StopPress Team
V’s mean green beats

Sugar is on the receiving end of some extra attention at the moment for its supposed effects on health and, as this very interesting piece in The Guardian shows, the finger is being pointed at the food we eat and drink we swallow for leading to an average 19kg increase in weight since the mid-’60s. But hey, at least the ad campaigns for these sugary elixirs are cool. Right? Anyway, the next instalment of V’s Motion Project has gone live, with “technology experts, motion graphic artists, dancers, Burundi drummers, guitarists, marching bands and the vocal talent of Brandon Black from The Wyld” banding together to create the track, ‘Can’t Help Myself’. Pull your hoody up, let your pants hang low and download it here.

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Axis 2019: Colenso BBDO to defend its title, leads finalists with FCB and DDB

  • Awards
  • February 21, 2019
  • StopPress Team
Axis 2019: Colenso BBDO to defend its title, leads finalists with FCB and DDB

The finalists for the 2019 Axis Awards have been announced and it’s Colenso BBDO leading the way with 64 mentions, followed by FCB on 55 and DDB on 51.

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