We’re back with another Friday Finds – this time packed with all the action from two whole weeks of comms, design, and development action!
What a great couple of weeks we’ve had! MORE new clients have climbed on board the P1C train, Alice and Kirsty had an awesome weekend with Hard Rock Cafe at the Isle Of Wight festival, and the UK team met up at our Windsor offices yesterday for a catch-up and a well-deserved team lunch.
Meanwhile, we’re on the hunt for some more talented humans to join team P1C. SO if you or someone you know fancies joining our wonderful family, drop us an email at email@example.com.
A quick update for everything going on in the world of social media over the past 2 weeks:
Pringle’s famous ‘Mr P’ has undergone a pretty drastic makeover in the brand’s first major rebrand in 20 years. A redesign of the mascot, logo and packaging has seen the iconic crisp brand seriously simplify its look.
Honestly, we’re not sure we like the new Mr P (where is his hair?! The expression in his eyes?!)… But we have to admit that the new packaging, inspired by the ingredients in each flavour, is pretty enticing! https://bit.ly/3ua6ccD
To celebrate the return of the brilliant Great British Bake Off, Channel 4 transformed a Glasgow building into a 78ft tall cake topped with pink icing. The installation also featured a 23ft fork with some icing and a cherry poised on top. What a way to grab viewer’s attention?!
Have you seen this week’s episode yet? We want to know who you think will make it to the final… https://bit.ly/3ENLS5D
Heinz ketchup celebrates its humble tomato-based beginnings with new plantable tomato seed labels! Taking a leaf (pun intended!) out of the books of sustainable brands like TALA and Pangea, the Kraft brand launched their new packaging as part of their ‘Tomato First’ campaign.
Just make sure you don’t go planting the whole bottle… https://bit.ly/39Bvjvs
Ladbrokes have nailed this week’s ‘Ad Of The Week’ with an entertaining spot that’s bound to make you smile. The 60-second ad hones in on the ‘play’ aspect of the online casino with a game of ‘don’t let the balloon touch the floor’ that encapsulates a whole city. https://bit.ly/3o7Mb5g