Tim Nudd

Tim Nudd

Adweek creative editor
Tim Nudd is a former creative editor of Adweek.

klein’s brush with wealth

Put these snacks in the order they were first introduced to the public, starting with the earliest: a) Ritz Bits Sand wiches; b) Twinkies; c) Fig Newtons; d) Kellogg’s Pop […]

Driving an Idea Home

Road rage doesn’t often lead to great ideas, but it has spawned an exciting development in cab-top advertising. After first mulling an idea for an electronic bumper sticker that drivers […]

This Blessed Plot

}England’s green and pleasant land, a muse to artists and writers for centuries, could soon inspire a different set of creative souls—billboard advertisers. Many Brits were jolly upset last week […]

Creative: Campaigns – The Birthday Party

Annie Leibovitz Portraits Mark 20 Years of Absolut Jerry Lewis, looking both defeated and defiant, sits with a glass stuffed weirdly in his mouth and the bottle from the “Absolut […]

H&H Opens Diadora ‘Boot Camp’

Gear Maker Takes Aim at Soccer’s Grunts LOS ANGELES–Italian soccer shoe and apparel maker Diadora whips wimpy American players into shape in a series of three boot-camp-themed ads from Hammerquist […]

Orange Zone Kicks Up the White

T&O’s Youth Division Skis Bear Mountain LOS ANGELES–The Orange Zone, a youth-focused unit of Townsend & O’Leary, deals snowboarders a heavy dose of guerrilla marketing in its second campaign for […]

LibertyBay Cries Out for Justice

MRG’s Ads for Startup ISP Aggressively Take Aim at the Big Boys LOS ANGELES–Wasting no time lacing into its rivals, LibertyBay.com is airing inaugural TV ads that show a disgruntled […]

Sagon-Phior Holding Class for Car Stereo Buyers

LOS ANGELES-Driver’s ed teachers are a different breed. “They’re missing fingers. They’ve spent time in jail. Everyone’s got a story about their driver’s ed teacher,” said Glenn Sagon, CEO and […]

Creative Campaigns: Amazon Sing-Along

For advertisers, parody is a risky landscape, dotted with potholes that can stop a brand message cold. Amazon.com, though, heads into the gift-giving season undeterred, packaging holiday cheer as sing-alongs, à la 1960s variety television.

Manning Pens ‘Got Milk?’ Book

Client Chief Takes a Fond Look Back at Campaign’s 6-Year History LOS ANGELES–Jeff Manning is usually the one demanding revisions, not delivering them, but found the tables turned as he […]