6. August 2010
Some fantastic news! The results have just come in from the International Automotive Advertising Awards and we’ve won a fistful.
Our 207 Bandage pack picked up Silver in Consumer DM.
Our Peugeot GT100 pack picked up Silver in the brochure category.
And our Lotus Evora Bellyband pack picked up not only Silver in Consumer DM ...
... but also the much coveted Gold in the Brochure Category!
Obviously, we're chuffed to bits, but the pedal stays firmly on the metal as we're already racing off on new campaigns.
22. June 2009
Ah, oui oui. Nous sommes over la lune. Our 3 nominations at Cannes means that we’re the most nominated UK direct agency at the 2009 Cannes Festival. All 3 nominations are for the Faceless People campaign that created such a massive buzz for last year’s launch of the Lotus Evora. Brandrepublic have reported on it too - which is always tres bon.
11. December 2008
The Lotus faceless people campaign won second place in the magazine's top 10 direct campaigns of the year. More plaudits following the gold, silver and bronze awards it picked up at the DMAs earlier this week.
Another great result for the team who will have to work hard to top that next year.
18. November 2008
It’s just been announced that CMW has been shortlisted for four DMA Awards. The innovative faceless people campaign for Lotus is a finalist in three categories including Creative Solutions, Automotive and Field Marketing while the latest gooey offering from Creme Egg is up for the best campaign in the FMCG category. The results will be announced on 9th December. Fingers crossed!
8. September 2008
Adsoftheworld have put our Faceless people work on their excellent site. We're chuffed. Adsoftheworld is a commercial archive of, well, ads of the world, and it's a great resource - go lookysee here. And don't forget to check out the Faceless people page on there.
30. April 2008
Lotus have hired us to help them launch the first completely new car they've designed in, well, ages. We don't know much about it yet, and nothing at all that we can share, except it's going to be very, very lovely. There was a piece on Brand Republic about it. And there's a bit more detail over on the Marketing bit of the BR website.