In the space of a few short years (and in uncertain times to boot), Very Tall has grown into a respected outfit. We’ve made new clients and new friends and the future is looking decidedly bright.Read More
In our A Brief History Of… series for Red Bull, we explore the stories that matter, from the history of music formats and birth of house, to the evolution of the synth and the arrival of techno in Berlin.Read More
We’ve mentioned before that there are many ways to tell your story effectively, but few consider bespoke animation and illustrations as a viable avenue to explore. Which is a shame because it’s not only a creatively freeing alternative but surprisingly cost effective in the long run…Read More
We love telling stories that inspire and excite, but the real challenge for any creative is how to make content that is actionable and measurable in the real world.
This is also a challenge faced by many charitable organisations, who increasingly need to show tangible results to support funding applications…Read More
Having worked with everyone from Bruce Springsteen to Rihanna, Debbie Harry to Skepta, Levi’s knows a thing or two about good music.
“Levi’s has arguably been the unofficial uniform of music for over half a century,” says Chris Jackman, the brand’s vice-president for global brand marketing. “As a brand, we’ve always been at our best when we’re at the centre of culture and nothing quite taps into the cultural zeitgeist as effectively as music.”...Read More
We love filming sessions, we’ve been doing it for a long time and we really know what we’re doing. So when we say we’ve got some tips for artists to make the most of their time, you should probably listen…Read More
There are lots of perks to what we do, and travelling the world while getting to work with incredibly talented people is right up there at the top of the list. One ongoing project has allowed us to combine the two in ways that are still blowing our minds...Read More
As long as there has been stuff to sell, there have been artists happy to advertise it – albeit, traditionally to the detriment of said creatives’ credibility.
Despite the rare occurrence of events like the Vans Warped Tour, which has been cosying up to underground artists since the ’90s, it has always been seen as a cardinal sin for up-and-coming artists to get into bed with brands.Read More