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Lock up Shepard Fairey and defend our mundane cities!

Lock up Shepard Fairey and defend our mundane cities!

They’re after him again… Iconic street artist Shepard Fairey was briefly taken into custody after landing at LAX last Monday, following a warrant for his arrest from the Detroit Police department earlier this month. The charges are for two felony counts of “malicious destruction of property“. It’s not the first time that Fairey has attracted attention from the…

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Shine a Light on The Drum’s shortlist for most creative work

Shine a Light on The Drum’s shortlist for most creative work

Our recent film for Human Appeal “Shine A Light” has been featured on The Drum’s most recent creative showcase. Every month the website features a handful of what it considers to be the most creative work in advertising. It also asks readers to vote for their favourite work from this list, with the winner being…

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LEGO: Everything is Not Awesome wins Film Lion at Cannes

LEGO: Everything is Not Awesome wins Film Lion at Cannes

Don’t Panic and UNIT9 have won another Lion at the Cannes Lions festival for the film LEGO: Everything is Not Awesome we produced for Greenpeace and their Save the Arctic campaign. This video has been awarded a coveted silver in the festival’s film category.  It is awarded to ‘ideas which display a strong synergy with the brand, a dynamic and creative approach to…

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LEGO: Everything is Not Awesome wins Cyber Lion at Cannes

LEGO: Everything is Not Awesome wins Cyber Lion at Cannes

On Wednesday, Don’t Panic and UNIT9 won a Silver Cyber Lion at the Cannes Lions festival for the film LEGO: Everything is Not Awesome we produced for Greenpeace and their Save the Arctic campaign. The Cyber lion is given to: “award the best creative, digital solutions for brands that utilise technology and creativity seamlessly and prove how their target audience engaged and enhanced brand value,…

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Ideas Bank: Using Celebrities For Good

Ideas Bank: Using Celebrities For Good

At Don’t Panic London we are always thinking about and developing new ideas even when we don’t have to. It’s in our make-up, our DNA. So that these inspirations don’t go to waste, we fold them up and deposit them in the Ideas Bank. Then every now and then we pick out a couple to…

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Video launch: We can save them

Video launch: We can save them

Today sees the release of our latest video, for international humanitarian aid charity Human Appeal. The video is part of a broader campaign to raise awareness of the variety of human rights abuses and humanitarian issues that Human Appeal seeks to redress. The film has been launched to coincide with the start of Ramadan on…

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Most Shocking wins Advertising Excellence award at AICP

Most Shocking wins Advertising Excellence award at AICP

Don’t Panic and UNIT9’s “Most Shocking Second a Day” film for Save the Children has picked up the Advertising Excellence international award at the AICP 2015. The AICP Show: The Art & Technique of the American Commercial, is now in it’s 23 year and is one of the most important advertising awards show in the U.S. Each year’s installment…

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Don’t Panic and Greenpeace make it to AdForum Top 5 of the Week

Don’t Panic and Greenpeace make it to AdForum Top 5 of the Week

Just last week the latest campaign from Greenpeace, ‘A Song of Oil, Ice and Fire’, was launched. Made in collaboration with British montage artists KennardPhillipps and production agency Partizan, the video sheds light on the potential damage, destruction and devastation that could be further caused by Shell drilling in the Arctic. We were featured in the…

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A Song of Oil, Ice and Fire

A Song of Oil, Ice and Fire

Don’t Panic has teamed up with Greenpeace’s Save the Arctic campaign and famous British montage artists Kennardphillipps, to create the video “A Song of Oil, Ice and Fire“, targeting oil giant Shell and its plans to drill in the icy waters of the US Alaskan Arctic this summer.   [fbvideo link=”https://www.facebook.com/arctic.rising/videos/703835973075277/” width=”1000″ onlyvideo=”1″ align=”center”]   Climate change is one of the greatest…

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What happens next?

What happens next?

No child under 5 should expect to die, yet shockingly 17,000 children die daily from preventable causes. Don’t Panic created the short film ‘What happens next?’ for World Vision, as part of their Global Week of Action and to inspire people to #Stopatnothing in taking this number to zero. The short film highlights how the lifespans of children…

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