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Spine-tingling Halloween Campaigns

It’s the time of year when all kinds of weird and wacky campaigns appear out of nowhere, advertising spooky-themed goods that range from food and cosmetics to TV shows and special offers. […]

Social Media, Mental Health, Body Image and You

Having only been around for about fifteen years, it didn’t take long at all for social media to become an integral part of our daily lives, ranging from a means of connecting […]

What is Fake News and Why is it Dangerous?

Whilst biased views and blatant propaganda have been around for generations, the 21st century has seen an explosion of fake news across the internet and social media, which plays a large role […]

Olympics Marketing, Tokyo-style!

When it was first announced that Tokyo would host the Olympics in 2020, we couldn’t contain our excitement. After all, anyone interested in design and communications must surely love Japan’s unparalleled way […]

Talking Sustainability with The Eco Shed

If you’re a regular reader of this blog or have been to some of our events, you’ll know that we’re huge advocates of environmental responsibility and green living. Another business in Hull […]

Here’s Why You Should Hire Drunk Animal

As a company owner or someone who manages its marketing budget, you need to ensure that every pound spent is worthwhile. That’s why many businesses keep their marketing in-house rather than hiring […]

Are You Ready for Google’s New Gaming Platform?

With the last decade or so seeing Google evolve from solely a search engine into a trailblazing tech company specialising in everything from cloud computing and smartphones to self-driving cars and concepts […]

How Engineering and Tech are Changing the Farming Industry

Farming has been around for a long time (around 14,000 years, to be precise), so you would expect the industry to have seen a lot of changes. From the invention of irrigation […]

A New Creative Space for Drunk Animal

As the agency embarks on a new adventure, upping sticks and moving to a brand new creative space, I felt compelled to write about the move and the reasoning behind the location […]

Could a 4-Day Working Week Help the Environment?

Whilst the vast majority of people work a five-day week, many of us dream about reducing this to four days. This isn’t necessarily due to wanting to work less, but rather the […]