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Entries Tagged as 'copywriting'

How do you make great work? Surround yourself with the best in the business

September 10th, 2014 · No Comments · advertising, copywriting, fun, health, work

Working with these guys, Al Murray and Simon Brodkin, was brilliant.

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A line to launch the new BMW 4 Series

August 23rd, 2013 · No Comments · advertising, copywriting, work

The new 4 Series is a mean looking machine, BMW seem to be getting back to where they left off after a few blips. We (Stu) also wrote the line ‘Phwoar series’. It didn’t get presented.

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Breakfast, the most imputent meal of the day

October 24th, 2012 · No Comments · copywriting, design, food, Typography

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Piranhas, rice and beans in 3D

August 12th, 2010 · No Comments · copywriting, design, handmade, ideas, people, work

After 859 days, 6000 miles, 50,000 mosquito bites, 100 wasp stings and a false accusation of murder, Ed Stafford has become the first Briton to walk the length of the Amazon River. He was one of the most inspiring characters in the book we created for one of our clients – to prove that behind […]

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D&AD Awards Judging – Plenty of video, not much craft

April 30th, 2009 · No Comments · advertising, copywriting, design, ideas, online, work

Last Tuesday morning I went along to Olympia to join my fellow judges in our inflateble igloo. It was predictable, I guess, that so many of the entries relied on rich video and the entries from Tokyo had seriously big budgets. However, it was good to see work where the idea was king. The kind […]

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It’s okay, I’ll just wait.

February 5th, 2008 · No Comments · copywriting, sites

Just been fooling around with an online picture editor called picnik and was nicely surprised by the loading graphic. Instead of the usual 74%…75%…yawn… The bar prepares you for a lovely picnic in the sun with birdsong and lashings of ginger beer.

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Ever wondered who writes ‘View Blog’?

November 7th, 2007 · 661 Comments · copywriting, sites

Well, today it’s been me. I’ve been writing the error messages and instructional copy for a large corporate site. I don’t know what I’ve done in a previous life to deserve such a task, but whatever it was it must’ve been bad. I actually found myself trying to re-write ‘send to a friend’. ‘Send to […]

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