It's a Wonderful Flight
Heathrow's second-ever Christmas advert reprises the 50-year-long love story of Doris and Edward Bair - the airport's much-loved teddy bears - first introduced in our hit 'Coming Home for Christmas' spot in 2016. Set to Petula Clark's I Couldn't Live Without Your Love and shot in Heathrow's now-defunct Terminal 1, it employs some charming historical touches - and generated millions of organic views in the process.
This campaign revolves around a surreal yet eerily familiar TV spot from Black Mirror director Owen Harris, depicting a world where people have developed eyes the shape of screens. The metaphor, coupled with scenes of everyday people going about their everyday lives, connects an increasingly common ailment - dry eyes - with its cause: the technology we have become so attached to.
Straight Up Skincare
In a shift away from a historical perception of the 60-year-old skincare brand being a remedy for extreme cases of dry skin only, this dynamic repositioning majors on its straightforward, uncomplicated, everyday credentials, through a spokesperson who proudly shares the same fuss-free ethos herself: British boxing icon, double Olympic Champion and E45-user, Nicola Adams OBE.
Let it Shine
Let it Shine is a joyous, unashamedly populist singalong to traditional gospel song This Little Light of Mine, with the lyrics playfully adapted to reflect some of the everyday objects that Finish helps to shine. A global campaign running for 12 months, it's our first work for the world's #1 auto dishwashing brand since winning the account back from Wieden + Kennedy in 2017.
Britain's Beer Alliance
Three UK pubs a day close their doors for good, in part due to cripplingly high beer tax - three times higher than the EU average. Long Live the Local celebrates the important role local pubs play in our community, our culture and our national identity - and calls on Government to cut planned increases in beer duty. Sign the petition at longlivethelocal.pub.