Monday, February 2, 2009

All white

London's crumbling under a white cover, no buses, tube stations are closed and lots of snowball fights are taking place on the streets. When I arrived after a 2 hour long journey at the agency it seems half empty. It was fun walking through the snow not trying to slip away and cover myself with the coffee I was carrying. The real tricky part will be getting home. And once this is accomplished there will be time to watch yesterdays superbowl ads. That is if I make it through the public transport chaos. It is quite impressive how vulnerable this city is to such weather.

10 comments:

Jam said...

Finally!

...your banner paid off :)

Anonymous said...

Its not like the former USSR is it?

]-[appy Thought said...

You guys managed to get a real snow JaiWal built? that would be a good picture for this post :)

Abdul said...

You should try living up here (West Yorks). Hills and views do have their disadvantages.

(Note to self: Next car must have a four wheel drivetrain.)

Anonymous said...

Knew before I came on you guys would have posted about the snow! ;)

Anonymous said...

Abdul, that's a very famous racism ad that you're trying to pass off as your own on your site.

If you have no idea what I'm on about, then well done, but unfortunately someone got their first.

But seeing as both the visual and copy are absolutely identical, I think that's probably unlikely isn't it?

Best take it off now either way I'd say.

Brownmann said...

Oh how we loved Monday! Being two of eight people on the creative floor and getting home at the early hour of 3pm, surreal.

I wish i'd been watching Superbowl on this channel too http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/7864733.stm

Hope you guys are well.

Alfred said...

Guys...

Have you seen that BBDO New York nicked your concept from the horse movie you did over at W+K?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBBcibQByNs

Anonymous said...

Good to see you've given up on the blog now. I assume that's because you're working?

Anonymous said...

Working or on short trips to Germany...