Wednesday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-Ogilvy Sydney introduces “The HCG Buckethead Army” for KFC Australia (video above).

-Sparks & Honey released its fifth annual trends report.

-Spotify once again turned to quirky user data for its “2018 Goals” OOH campaign.

-Ford appointed Laundry Service content shop Cycle to handle social media on a new Lincoln campaign.

-WMcCann hired André Marques to serve as creative vice president.

-Digital Kitchen hired Ally Malloy as director of client services and Joran Thompson as director of business development.

-Peoples Jewellers tapped recently-launched Toronto-based creative agency Juliet, who worked with a sushi chef to design a fish necklace for the Toronto Zoo’s penguins.

Nike Communications hired Brian Boye as vice president, tasked with overseeing beauty, grooming, fitness and men’s style.