In his latest appearance for the brand in the UK, Hotels.com cult character Captain Obvious today pops up in his own chatbot, drawing members of the public into a game of hilariously #ObviousCharades
A stalwart of the British festive season, the game of charades traditionally relies on drawn-out, cryptic mime. In the Hotels.com chatbot version, Captain Obvious however remains true to his name, diving straight in and going for the most obvious interpretation possible of several well-known films.
Winter is here. And for the 3,500+ people who’ll sleep rough in England tonight, it’s the toughest of all seasons. Two young creatives from London-based advertising agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky have decided to bring a bit of warmth to the people living in the streets of King’s Cross with #GiveACup, an initiative that launches today in partnership with local independent coffee shops Cafe OZ, Liliana Coffee, Eat o'clock, Pompidou and a local charity Food for All.
Mum-of-three Sarah Shepherd got a chance to return to the creative frontline 11 years after leaving the industry.
In October, I joined the creative department of Crispin Porter & Bogusky London as the first UK placement under Creative Equals’ new Returnship scheme. For everyone involved, it was a big experiment. Was it a success? Without a doubt.
Strategy specialist and entrepreneur Nicole Frost has joined Crispin Porter + Bogusky as Head of Planning for the agency’s London office. Most recently a strategy consultant on the Argos, Asda and Wilco advertising pitches, Frost also founded Half Pint Chic in her spare time, an exclusive online outlet store offering designer clothes for kids.
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In-flight safety demonstrations have come a long way in recent years. Now, Turkish Airlines has created its own take on the traditionally dull briefing by introducing a touch of magic to proceedings.
The first employee initiative to go live is CD Jim Eyre's 'Yellow' exhibition in Paul Smith's Beak Street, London
Crispin Porter + Bogusky has launched an incubator fund to support its employees’ own creative initiatives. With five staff members across the creative, planning and support teams currently involved in the project, the first employee initiative to go live is CD Jim Eyre’s ‘Yellow’ exhibition in Paul Smith’s Beak Street, London, store, which launches today.