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MoneySuperMarket: Action Man

You all would have seen this great new ad by now – it’s ‘Action Man’ by ad agency Mother (London). The camp 60-spot aired last week, featuring a partnership with Licensor Hasbro to show how Action Man and his pals saved money on their bills. The UK’s leading price comparison website has created a series of iconic and creative ads featuring the line “I just saved with MoneySuperMarket and now I feel EPIC” . Although there have been 1 or 2 adaptations (particularly the breakdancing bodyguard) after their first ad that I didn’t like, MoneySuperMarket have come back with another winner! The “Epic” series, previously featured He-Man and Skeletor in a “Dirty Dancing” pastiche, and a businessman twerking in hotpants.

The vibe is very 80s/90s, featuring ‘Finally’ by CeCe Peniston, and some hilarious struts and dance-moves. Unfortunately this is the last campaign Mother will be doing for MoneySuperMarket as they have just announced their split – it will be interesting to see if they continue with this campaign or create something new with whichever ad agency they partner up with…
Pip Heywood, Brand Director at MoneySuperMarket, said:

Having shared great success, many awards and a lot of fun in developing the ‘save money, feel epic’ campaign with Mother, we acknowledge it’s time for a change.

After winning many awards and creating a viral buzz, I’m looking forward to seeing what MoneySuperMarket will do next. After creating so many memorable campaigns, I don’t quite understand why they decided to split from Mother! A mutual uncoupling perhaps?…

Their website even features the action figures:

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BBC Creative / Mother: Sorry Not Sorry for Being Me

Ad agency Mother (London) have teamed up with BBC Creative to create a branding campaign for BBC Three’s new project. Created by Mother Design, the campaign is for a new season of original programming about self-expression – something that sounds right up my street! This is an integrated campaign, which the audience can contribute towards. Engaging with young, diverse viewers with a message about identity and uniqueness, the aim is to promote BBC Three, and ignite a conversation about self-identity. The campaign also encourages viewers to create their own poster and share it on social media platforms.

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The campaign includes online media, DOOH, billboards, broadcasting through the BBC’s own channels, and social media:

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I’m definitely a fan of this campaign both in terms of concept and execution. The art direction is simple but bold. It’s also nice to recognise the faces of those in the campaign (above)!

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#FreeTheFeed: Mother London

Ad Agency Mother created a Mother’s Day project for the UK’s holiday (Sunday 26th March), to make a statement against the judgement placed upon mothers who breast feed in public:

A celebration of every woman’s right to decide how and where they feed their children without feeling guilty or embarrassed about their parenting choices.

So, Mother created a giant inflatable breast and placed it on top of a building in Shoreditch on Sunday. The very detailed and very large breast boldly designed by the creative team aims to spark conversation about the attitudes towards the most natural form of feeding. Alongside the outdoor installation, Mother created a series of posters displaying the hashtag “#FreeTheFeed” and the reasons behind the project.

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I’ve always found it bizarre how people are happy to drink milk from a cow, but heaven forbid another human! This is a fantastic in-your-face, no-f*cks-given approach to a campaign, showing that social design is what we need to ignite conversations about outdated stigmas.

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