Leo Talks: Levison Wood

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Swashbuckling explorer Levison Wood came to teach the folks of Leo Burnett London a thing or two about firing catapults at sparrows. Stephen Adams reports...

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27th March 2015 0 comments

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Frisk #085

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By jingo, it’s Frisk #085! And 85 is a versatile and robust number – it’s a class of electric locomotive built by British Rail in the 1960s, the model designation of a Brazilian clone of the Sinclair ZX81, a new Learjet that’s currently in development, the length of the hypotenuse of four Pythagorean triangles, and the surname of a Canadian football player, Chad Ochocinco. Lumme.

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25th March 2015 0 comments

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McDonald's & Jessie J - #imlovinit24

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McDonald’s UK has created the ultimate surprise performance in London for its global ‘imlovinit24’ campaign. We've got Jessie J performing a gig for a busload of unsuspecting fans, as part of McDonald’s ‘imlovinit24’ activity which sees 24 events over 24 hours in 24 cities around the world on Tuesday March 24th – starting in Sydney, Australia and culminating 24 hours later with a free Ne-Yo concert in Los Angeles...

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24th March 2015 0 comments

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Samsung LifeLIVE

Leo Burnett Sydney's latest work for Samsung takes the innovative Gear VR and uses it to create a heartwarming connection across thousands of miles...

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17th March 2015 0 comments

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  • Work,
  • Samsung,
  • Sydney

Frisk #084

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Holy smoke, it’s Frisk #084! The name of the B-side to Take That’s Up All Night, of course. It’s also the number of years it takes Uranus to orbit the sun, a lumber company in the US, the atomic number of polonium, the model number of the Harpoon missile, the international dialling code for Vietnam, an ‘oldies’ radio station in Eugene, Oregon, and the number of the French department Vaucluse. Eighty-Four is the name of a town in Pennsylvania too, weirdly.

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17th March 2015 0 comments

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Earth Hour 2015

'Switch off for the future of Aussie food.' That's the message behind this year's Earth Hour campaign, launched by Leo Burnett Sydney...

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13th March 2015 0 comments

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remarc - March 2015

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This month's issue of remarc - Arc's commentary roundup on the world of partnerships and suchlike - is focusing squarely on American sports. Baseball, the Super Bowl, Snickers and Mountain Dew, it's all here. Batter up! http://bit.ly/1E7Rf7W

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12th March 2015 0 comments

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Frisk #083

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Cheese and crackers, it’s Frisk #083! That’s the year that the castration of slaves was banned in Ancient Rome, as well as being a hip-hop group from Quebec, the highest UHF channel on televisions made before the mid-1970s, a song by John Mayer, and an emoticon that means ‘wide-eyed cat face’. Super.

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11th March 2015 0 comments

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