Arrive Alive Abbey Road

Pedestrian deaths still account for a large portion of road deaths in South Africa. Pedestrians on zebra crossings should be respected by motorists and speed limits obeyed in urban areas. Sadly this is not always the case. To highlight this matter we’ve taken an...

Arrive Alive in the spotlight

We recently developed a campaign for Arrive Alive sending a powerful message about the dangers of texting and driving. Posters went up at Police Stations around the country likening people who text and drive to killers. This week Espresso picked up the campaign and...

Happy Africa Day

The aim of the Republic of Africa is to create an environment for all people on the African continent to interact with one another positively, giving people a platform to celebrate Africa every day. It is time for you to become a citizen of Africa; register at...

Prudential ‘Fishermen’ music now on iTunes

After being inundated with requests for the music on our Prudential 'Fishermen' ad, which was an original composition commissioned exclusively for Prudential, we asked the composers to create a full length version of the track. Which they did. And you can now download...

Spekko makes four cups of love

Our latest TVC for Spekko shows how Spekko Rice does more for you. Only with Spekko does one cup of rice make four cups of love. [embedplusvideo height="300" width="450" editlink="http://bit.ly/1J2BeHr" standard="http://www.youtube.com/v/udMulDraFqk?fs=1"...

Everybody say “Om”

New year, new you, right? This is the year of living consciously – starting with your thighs. We did some work for Sweat 1000 and found the enlightened way to weight loss. Have a listen.

CTFM – SPECIAL NOT “SPECIAL” TUESDAYS

Now everyone can get lucky at the astoundingly amazing new Cape Town Fish Market branch at the Waterfront on Tuesdays. It truly doesn’t get any fresher, so obviously CTFM asked us to create a few cheeky little TV spots, to show you just how lucky. Have a look at our spot for Tuesday.

CTFM – Special not “Special” Wednesdays

If you’ve always avoided the dodgy part of the Waterfront, you wouldn’t know that it’s not dodgy anymore and that the Cape Town Fish Market has moved there. It’s so spectacular that you might be inclined to be a little naughty (wink wink, nudge, nudge). Check out our new Wednesday special spot to see why.