When it comes to etching your brand firmly onto the consumer’s brain, nothing gets the job done quite like a strapline. But which are the greatest?
When it comes to being a creative, what people don’t understand is the fact that it takes a certain kind of person to actually do it for a living – not least do it well.
With over 300 years’ collective industry experience, if you’re looking for an agency to get you to your next destination, you’ll always be in the driving seat with S3 at the wheel.
I hate shopping around. It’s laborious. It’s time-consuming. It’s stressful. It’s just not for me, simply put. I like simplicity. I like quality, price and ease of use, all under one roof.
They say time flies when you’re having fun and, as you’ll see from our monthly roundup, we’ve been busy enjoying our fair share of it here at S3 Advertising!
If you’re looking for pages of pure, unadulterated creative inspiration, a print subscription to Lürzer’s Archive will be the best £78.74 you’ll ever spend.
As S3’s copywriter, I’ve had some pretty challenging briefs during my time at the agency. None as tough as picking the five greatest copywriters, however.
David Ogilvy famously said, “The consumer isn’t a moron.” And, if brands want to produce memorable creative with long-lasting value, then it’s time to stop treating them as such.
Featuring a group of Martians mocking us “Earth people” for using such a laborious process to make traditional mashed potato, this concept was so simple, yet so effective.
If, like me, you’re a massive fan of both advertising and sci-fi, then the latest Blade Runner film ticks both boxes, offering a beautiful yet dystopian vision of the future.