How can you talk about Climate to make a difference? We worked with On Road media to demonstrate how important the way we communicate the Climate Crisis to unlocking action in ourselves and our audiences, with research from the FrameWorks Institute.
We created a Wes Anderson inspired "Bee Hotel" to thank the bees for the flavours they provide for Taylors fruit and herbal teas and raise awareness of the need to build actual bee hotels (ie flowerbeds) at home.
We challenged YouTubers Colin Furze and James Bruton to create a life sized hydraulically powered Hulkbuster suit using only parts from eBay, and then used it to surprise some Avengers superfans at a childrens’ birthday party, resulting in millions of views, and smiles all round.
Fancy a break from the office? Pop on a VR headset or grab your phone, and watch our 360 film of the World’s Greatest Commute - taking you on a drive on the stunning Atlantic Ocean Road on Norway’s West Coast.
We decided to create a high pressure football press conference in virtual reality for selected members of the public to experience for themselves. Little did they know that they would be conducting the VR user-test in front of an audience of one … and a very ‘Special One’ at that!
An animated homage to classic action flicks, Saturday morning cartoons and the joy of toys. A pair of action figures rediscover their sense of purpose as a new owner brings them back together for one more showdown…
To celebrate the power of the extreme wake up of Taylors High Voltage blend, we created the Ejector Bed - and worked with YouTuber Colin Furze to turn this simple concept into a devastatingly effective reality.
In the run up to the Rugby World Cup, Heineken wanted to celebrate their sponsorship of the tournament.
The film has been viewed over 3.6 million times, across Facebook, YouTube and various Rugby Blogs Worldwide.
We worked with FINN Communications to engage parents with Yorkshire Tea's Gruffalo partnership and "Yorkshire Tree" tree planting project. 1 million trees will be planted across the UK and Kenya, in partnership with schools, in the next 5 years.