"Meetdraw is a meeting of digital animals to talk about and share collective passions. For everyone, no matter what they do or what stage they are in their career. It's for us by us. At times aided by beer, we shall fuel creativity, ideas and inspiration in a relaxed informal and fun environment. ... We support the local (Dorset) creative economy and provide an independent, neutral and open platform for communication and development."
(Paul Seys, 7 December 2009)
"BMP [Boase Massimi Pollitt] was the Guardian's advertising agency in the mid–80s, when it created one of the most famous British adverts of all time for the newspaper.
The 1986 commercial featured a skinhead who appeared to be wrestling a man's briefcase from his hands. But the camera then cuts and viewers see that he is in fact trying to rescue the man from falling bricks.
'We had some inspirational pitches over the last few weeks but BMP's work really stood out,' said Marc Sands, Guardian Newspapers marketing director.
'Their intuitive understanding of our brands and the demands placed upon them was impressive. We look forward to some fantastic work springing from a genuine partnership.'
BMP will create advertising for the Guardian Unlimited websites as well as for the Guardian newspaper."
(Claire Cozens, 21 December 2000)
"mono is a Minneapolis–based company that believes in the power of simplicity, putting it to work to create innovative communications for clients that include Herman Miller, Apple, Blu Dot and the Harvard Business School."
"We are what the digital media universe says we are. Why fight it? Which brings us to Modernista!'s new Web site, which isn't a site in the classic sense, but a search–engine redirect–you Google them, and the top link takes you back to Google, but with a small red navigation bar in the corner. The bar leads to shop–related articles and information from Wikipedia, Facebook, Google News and Flickr, among other sites."
(David Gianatasio , March 2008, AdFreak)
"Written by David Chiavegato and its director, Tim Hamilton, Truth In Advertising is a genuinely funny comedy that was, somewhat bizarrely, also nominated for a Palm d'Or in 2001. Colin Mochrie, best known as a regular on Whose Line Is It Anyway? in the US and UK, is the boss in an advertising agency where everybody tells the embarrassing truth about all the crap they talk and bollocks they make and peddle..."
(Ed Wiles, FILMSshort.com)
Tim Hamilton (2001). 'Truth in Advertising' (Canada). 12mins [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0283648/].