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Practicing English with “Hello Pizza”.

FCB Brasil was the Agency that created last year’s award winning campaign that had Brazilian students learning English by chatting with elderly people, and they have started with a follow-up stunt, within the “Speaking Exchange”  program. This time around the new campaign titled “Hello Pizza”, replicates the model of real-time practice for Brazilian students learning to speak...

Pop-Up Cafe Selling Only Tap Water Opens in London

A bar serving only tap water has opened for one day only in Shoreditch, East London. It follows the trend of chic cafes selling only one type of food like cereal or toast, except this pop up shop is a stunt for a good cause. The bar, named H2Only, has been set up by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution to raise awareness for the coastal charity that relies on donations. It is part of their ten day H2Only...

#letmelibrarianthatforyou

  Libraries have a tough job justifying their place in a noisy modern world. The peaceful surroundings of a periodicals section, punctuated only by the sound of turning pages or gentle coughing of fellow readers, is a world away from the quick endorphin hit of social media with news feeds and notifications scrolling past our eyes. Bridging these two worlds is difficult for everyone, even if you’re...

Duck PR Fever

It seems as though everyone has gone quackers for a duck related story in the news recently. Last week, we’ve seen duckling campaigns appear up and down our Twitter feeds, and one campaign from The Canal & River Trust saw official ‘duck lanes’ being opened alongside canals in London, Birmingham, and Manchester. The temporary initiative has been launched to raise awareness among young people (and animals)...

Train operator Thalys create interactive billboards that capture the sounds of cities

Train operator Thalys created three interactive sound billboards that each captured over 1000 noises from different cities. The billboards were part of a campaign to encourage people to explore nearby cities. Each of the billboards represented Amsterdam, Paris or Brussels, included sound ports allowing pedestrians to plug in their headphones and hear different sounds from the...

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