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Clorox tweets an emoji joke about bleach, stains own reputation

In yet another twitter-incident that is sure to make clients even more wary of ever allowing anything to be said on social media without a few hundred focus groups & meetings watering down any semblance of an idea, Clorox managed somehow to come off as weirdly racist with their recent emoji tweet. Their now deleted tweet read: "New emojis are alright but where's the bleach." and attached was the above emoji-picture where a bottle of Clorox is made up from lipstick stains, pigs, sheep, water drops, paw prints, fish and babies - and curiously the numbers 7 8 9.

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Fieldtrip Signs Acclaimed Filmmaker Maxime Bruneel

London-based production company Fieldtrip is pleased to sign Maxime Bruneel for UK representation. Fieldtrip works via 1stAveMachine in the U.S.

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Little Minx Signs Award-Winning Directing Duo Los Perez

Production company Little Minx is excited to announce the addition of Los Perez to their growing team of gifted filmmakers. Los Perez comprises creative duo Tania Verduzco and Adrian Perez, a pair of multi-talented filmmakers famous for merging their interests in music and vibrant visuals for more engaging advertising.

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ACNE Welcomes Managing Director and Broadcast EP Line Postmyr

Integrated production company ACNE is thrilled to announce the addition of Swedish Managing Director and Broadcast Executive Producer Line Postmyr in Los Angeles. Postmyr joins the team with over two decades of award-winning work on commercials, music videos, and feature films. She aims to expand ACNE USA’s offering to match that of ACNE Sweden which includes commercials, music videos, photography, and long-form projects.

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Alert: Malvertising from Google advertisements via engagelab infecting browsers

It's time once again to duck and cover kids, as yet another Ad network has been compromised, just this time it's Google! Shocker, yes, and the worlds largest reach. It's Fox-It that's reporting on "Malvertising from Google advertisements via possibly compromised reseller", and they state:

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True Fruits Smoothies non-apology for "ugly girl friend" black bottle smoothie annoys vegans

As we reported earlier, True Fruits smoothies experienced a very negative reaction to the design & text on their black bottle smoothie, but True Fruits refused to apologise for the tone of voice the brand has decided to employ. The black bottle is opaque, because while the blend of fruits in it taste great the mix makes for an unappetizing look, making their usual design of clear bottles an unwise choice.

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Garbage In, Garbage out.

Have you heard about Pat Pope? In addition to being a world-class awesome photographer, he recently gained press and notoriety (and infamy to some) as being The Guy Who Wrote An Open Letter To Garbage.

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Beagle Street Releases Pounds in Bristol

The culmination of a social media campaign which asked members of the public to vote on which city the Beagle Street Pounds would visit next, these intrepid pups were seen in Bristol earlier last week.

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