Up Creative and animation specialist Conkerco, working with Emap TV Design, have created two TV campaigns in support of hard rock brand Kerrang. The two campaigns feature eight sequences in the style of 1970s public information pieces, ‘twisted to macabre levels’, says Jamie Balliu, creative director at Up Creative. ‘They satirise the ridiculous suggestions [public information films] sometimes make,’ he explains. The work reflects Kerrang’s audience, which ‘identifies with being anti-establishment while remaining socially aware’.
The Welsh political party has suggested it may be changing its name to the New Wales Party, in a bid to be more “inclusive”, particularly towards non-Welsh speakers. We look
The online streaming service will work on a range of screens, from TVs to tablets, and will let players switch from watching games on YouTube to playing them instantly.
The National Citizen Service (NCS) offers four-week programmes for teenagers across the UK, and is set to be rebranded and given new marketing campaigns for a maximum spend of £10
The show at the William Morris Gallery features posters, matchboxes and papercuts displaying slogans inspired by communist leader Chairman Mao.