Month: August 2020

Press Release: Tradie Body Wash

Tradie: Body Wash

Tradie scrubs up alright with Inspired Unemployed TVCs for new Body Wash range

Continuing Tradie’s collaboration with the Inspired Unemployed, Tradie introduces their new branded Body Wash range via these two 15 second TVCs, featuring bath time with Matt and Jack.

“We had a lot of fun coming up with these spots,” says Ben Goodfellow, Tradie founder. “Basically nothing is off limits with these guys¬—they just kept injecting their own unique brand of humour into what were already pretty funny scenarios and the results are exactly what we were looking for.”

Matt Ford and Jack Steel of The Inspired Unemployed have been bathed in glory since bursting onto the social media scene in 2019. Flatmates in Sydney, these two besties clearly like to keep it cheeky even while they’re cleaning up their act. This bubbly duo are used to getting themselves in hot water, but it’s all good clean fun at the end of the day.

“Given all the heaviness of the world right now, it’s been great to produce some lighthearted spots that don’t take themselves too seriously and just put a smile on your face,” said Kyran Docker, Creative Director at The Incubator.

The new 15 second spots will air on National TV from the 16th August. Check them out here:


Client – Tradie
Tradie Founder – Ben Goodfellow
Tradie Brand Manager – Simone Hyde
Creative Agency – The Incubator
Account Director – Jeremy Walsh
Creative Director – Kyran Docker
Writer – Alison Rentoul
Production Company – Plot Media
Producer – Virginia Kay
Director – Nicholas Clifford
DP – Max Walter
Editor – Luke Dickinson
Colour Grade & Online – Manimal Post
Sound Design – Dead On Sound


Here we are again, because time is a flat circle and a week is a month is a day. There’s been a lot of bending, twisting and pivoting going around, and I gotta say, it’s hurting my back. From where we’re sitting, the pressure is making some diamonds though.

There’s little doubt you haven’t seen the Nike spot that ripped through the internet like wildfire last week. “You can’t stop us.” If you haven’t seen it, you should – if you have, watch it again.

The great logo flattening party of 2020 continues with Toyota the latest to flatten up with mixed results from Nissan, BMW, MINI and Volkswagon who have steamrolled their brands.

If you’re looking for some reading the folks over at Campaign Monitorare releasing a series that focuses on diversity and equity in marketing.

For the first time in its 55-year history, Vogue Italia has commissioned children to design eight special edition covers, it’s one of many unexpected cover designs at the moment, from David Hockney’s exclusive cover for Telegraph Magazine to frontline workers as cover stars, the current crop of covers are a great twist on the normal.

As the world’s collective mental health takes a dive around the world R U OK? Day 2020 is working on what happens next, focussing on increasing skills and building confidence in navigating the steps after someone opens up about their struggles. Learn what to say next at

Meditation App Headspace & Snapchat have joined forces to open up conversations around mental health and to help users on their platform feel better and call on their friends for support.

Burger King has given up on 2020 in the states and launched a Christmas campaign six months early to bring some simple joy in these uNpReCidEnTeD tImEs.

Designed in 1920 Cooper Black has become ubiquitous the world over from hip hop album covers, food packaging, advertising, a tonne of store fronts, Garfield comics and the Pet Sounds album cover by The Beach Boys. Vox looks into the origins and deconstruct all the reasons it’s been pop culture’s favourite font for so long.

After two years in development, Evian is embracing the circular economy by launching their first label free bottle made from recycled plastic.

The tourism industry has been one of the hardest hit of 2020, but as restrictions start to slowly lift in some states the SMI (Standard Media Index) is reporting early data showing ad spend lifting in July and August for domestic tourism. Tourism Australia relaunched domestic campaigns in May with its Live From Aus campaign and Destination Gold Coast has launched with its Come Back and Play Queensland campaign.