Hell’s teeth, it’s Frisk #116! That’s the number of years that the Hundred Years War actually lasted. The Plantagenets sucked at maths.
Our latest piece for McDonald's has a keenly interactive festive theme. 'The Journey to Christmas' features a family making a yuletide road trip; Christmas is a time for families and friends to gather together, and it’s also about the time spent with each other on the journey to their final festive destination.
Are you eager to exercise your hippocampus and cerebral cortex in unison?
Are you keen to show off in front of your peers by displaying your encyclopedic knowledge of advertising?
Are you desperate to find something to occupy your mind for a brief moment before going back to that bit of work you really don’t want to do?
Well, look no further...
Holy cow, it’s Frisk #115! Although sadly there are no interesting facts about the number 115. Unless you want to talk about Woodall numbers or the Bunyakovsky conjecture. But nobody does.
Leo Burnett Spain have created a rather lovely Christmas ad for the Loterías y Apuestas del Estado - it's called Justino, and it'll warm your cockles. Behold:
The International Exchange (TIE) is an organisation that matches up workers from the communications industry with charities that require their expertise - we've got a long and rich history with them, as they've been responsible for shipping some of our best and brightest around the world to spread a little good to people who need it. And they've just launched their first ever campaign...
We held a charity bake-off here at LB LDN today to raise money for Education for the Children, and the results were fairly startling. From the myriad colourful entries, the judges managed to bravely, er, eat a load of cake and whittle it down to a top three: Philippa Tuck's retro 'Moonshine' extravaganza in 3rd place, Mia Isserow's astonishing bowl of Kellogg's cereal (which was actually a cake) in 2nd, with the winner's rosette going to Maisie Willis' 'Leo Burger' piece - burgers and fries, made of cake.
Pretty good day for us, all in all - a load of money raised for a good cause, and we're all full of cake. Brilliant.