When Pugh’s Garden Centre approached us in October with a creative brief so tasty you could eat it, our creative and video teams were more than ready to take a bite…
Yep, it’s that time of year again, when we get to exercise our right to a bit of self-indulgence, put our judge’s hats on and pick our favourite ads from the year that was.
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.
At S3, we look to advertising’s future but value its past and traditions, too. Traditions such as putting pen to paper and pairing an Art Director with a Copywriter…
Taking inspiration from Philip K. Dick films, our recent work for Invacare is a mix of Blade Runner and Minority Report, with a dash of The Bourne Identity thrown in, too.
Let’s face it: everyone loves a TED talk. Whether you’re commuting, lunch-breaking or simply procrastinating, TED’s bite-sized bullets are the perfect way to pass the time.
Brands who use self-deprecation in their adverts is something that has really caught my eye recently, so much so that I’ve decided to write a blog about it.
With the puck about to drop on ice hockey’s showpiece trophy – the Stanley Cup Finals – I wanted to shine a spotlight on an ad that still raises the hairs on the back of my neck.
If you’re not 100% sold on an idea, then how can you expect the client to be? As creatives, we have to ensure we don’t fall into the trap of giving clients second best.