38million views and 92 awards including Cannes Gold Cyber Lion and Eurobest Grand Prix for Branded Content & Entertainment.
"There's no such thing as impossible, it's just a matter of figuring out how" - Haruhiko Tanahashi. Lexus Chief Engineer.
Instead of making an ad, we designed and built the world's first fully working Hoverboard, and then revealed it to a global audience.
The fourth, and most ambitious, of the 'Amazing in Motion' series - projects designed to showcase the imagination and creativity at the heart of the Lexus brand.
Age UK’s 2017 Christmas campaign saw their highest increase in volunteers and donations ever recorded.
The 60sec TVC and 4min long-form film were also supported by a partnership with Channel 4, as well as through DOOH posters and social media with targeted messages.
Director: Philippe Andre
Production Co: Independent Films
McDonald's most successful ever social content in the UK.
Retained by McDonald’s UK to produce their ’always on’ social content, Drum produce social posts outside of traditional 'ad' campaign work including cultural days, moments, trends, formats and innovation.
Two of the most successful posts ever are shown here.
Global campaign to launch the world's first curved UHD 4K television.
Director: Nathan Price
Production Company: Park Pictures
Mobile app development for TalkTalk's ident sponsorship of X Factor which enabled users to film themselves and have the chance of seeing themselves in the adbreak.
Creative Circle Gold ‘Best Poster’
Cannes Lions Shortlist
For the second project in the ‘Amazing in Motion’ global campaign we choreographed a flock of drones, but long before drones were mainstream.
TV commercial to launch TalkTalk's new TV service in the UK featuring the inhabitants of a Model Village all returning home after a tough day at work to relax in front of their TV set.
Director: Daniel Kleinman
Production Company: Rattling Stick
Argos needed a new Brand Campaign. So my partner and I, Tony Durston, created the Argos Alien Family. Still their most successful campaign, why did they get rid of them? Who knows.