This arrived from the youngguns.:BMPDDB's Webster Tries To Buy Illicit Street-Cred The Founding Father Of London's Sharpest Ad Shop Solicits Street-Gangs.
Don't miss John Webster, Founding Father of BMPDDB London hangin' with his home-boys in the hood. Webster is the star in the spot titled "Dance Moves", one of five executions in YoungGuns' "Legends of Advertising" campaign.
The M-peg series also stars Garry Horner (National Creative Director of DDB), Warren Brown (Founding CD of Brown Melhuish Fishlock), Dave Droga (ECD of Saatchi & Saatchi London) and Steve Henry (Founding CD of HHCL & Partners London) showcasing his impressive ambient media skills.
Directed by Pinko @ The Film Business, edited by Zealot, with sound/music design by Supersonic and post-production by Omnilab, the surreptitiously severe M-pegs are available for viewing on www.youngguns2001.com.
CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK TO VIEW THE M-PEG SERIES: http://www.youngguns2001.com/creative/missing-links/LegendsOfAdvertising
As a result of the M-pegs, the "water-cooler conversations" in creative shops from Hong Kong to Holland are frothing and bubbling about the forthcoming YoungGuns International Advertising Award. Specifically established for 18-30 year old creatives, YoungGuns aims to pitch unique and exquisite contemporary advertising minds, techniques and methods against each other.
Entry deadline for YoungGuns International Advertising Awards is 7th September 2001."
EndQuote. Already here we have discussed the previous film scooter, so keep talking.