Tuesday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-Tel Aviv agency No, No, No, No, No, Yes created a “Cyber Horse” out of thousands of infected computer and cell phone components to promote national and international awareness of the dangers of cyber-attacks (video above). 

-L.L. Bean appointed former Asda and Homebase CMO Chris McDonough as chief brand officer

Paris-based agency Altmann+Pacreau launched a series of ads for The Epica Awards, the only ad industry awards judged solely by journalists, promoting its neutrality.


-Los Angeles-based content and design studio Standard Time promoted Spencer Somers to creative director, Sara Karnowski to account director, appointed Amy Marek as head of production and Ashley Jones as associate creative director. 

-Campaign asks, “Why couldn’t adland sell Bremain to the public?

-The Drum examines “the marketability of the 2016 NBA draft class.”

-Digiday claims “Agencies are afflicted with the busyness disease.”

Indian digital agency Chimp&z created Game of Agencies, which imagines what position different Game of Thrones characters would have at an ad agency.