Tim Nudd, Muse by Clio

Tim Nudd

Muse by Clio

Cape Elizabeth, ME, United States

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Recent:
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Past:
  • Muse by Clio
  • AdWeek
  • People magazine

Past articles by Tim:

Reese's Made a Vending Machine That Lets You Trade Out Your Bad Halloween Candy

The so-called "Reese's Halloween Candy Converter"—which is way more of a Wonka-esque happiness factory than Coke ever made, when you think about it—was dreamed up by Anomaly. It's part of the new "Not Sorry" campaign, introduced earlier this year, which features Will Arnett as the unapologetic voice of the brand. "The manifesto is basically—and literally—we know we make the best candy ever known… → Read More

Here's a Blockbuster Ad That TV Writers Everywhere Will Appreciate

The spot is full of references to one specific show, The Bureau, whose fourth season premieres on Canal+ this week. (The passports flying off the table, the Afghan prison camp, the police hiding in a truck, and the Malotru Islands poster all refer to the spy drama.) But it works whether or not you've seen that show. Bringing a vague concept like imagination to visual life can be tricky. Indeed,… → Read More

Meet Grant, the Only Human Designed to Survive a Career in Advertising

We've seen lots of parody videos skewering the ad industry over the years, and this new one is up there with the best of them. Everyone remembers "Meet Graham," the Australian road-safety campaign that dominated at the award shows in 2017, featuring a life-size model showing what humans would look like if our bodies evolved to withstand car crashes. Now, to promote Melbourne's MADC Stars award… → Read More

Amazon Brings the Canned Heat to This Week's Most Shazam'd Ads

Amazon picked a throwback song from 1970 as the soundtrack to its new global spot promoting Amazon Storefronts, a new section of the site dedicated to selling goods from small businesses. "Let's Work Together" by Canned Heat anchors the spot and has been a hit with viewers, coming in at No. 5 on our weekly list of most Shazam'd commercials. The ad uses the first and third verses of the bluesy… → Read More

Apple's iPhone XS Spot, With a Snoh Aalegra Song, Makes This Week's Most Shazam'd Ads

Samsung's Galaxy Note9 commercial with the song "Thunderclouds" by LSD continues to dominate our weekly list of the most Shazam'd ads—topping the list for a remarkable sixth straight week. But archrival Apple is back on the list, too—with a new iPhone XS spot, featuring "Nothing Burns Like the Cold" by Snoh Aalegra, finishing at No. 4 in its debut week. The Swedish-born, L.A.-based R&B… → Read More

Hulu's Message to Emmy Viewers Tonight: 'Never Get Hulu'

Remember when Alec Baldwin insidiously said Hulu would turn your brain to mush? Well, the streaming service is still doing a number on humans—indeed, it's ruining their lives, according to a new brand campaign that breaks Monday night during the Emmy Awards telecast on NBC. A star-studded 60-second spot, made by IPG creative agency Big Family Table, explains the danger of watching Hulu. See… → Read More

The Rolling Stones and Alessia Cara Get Dior and Ulta Into This Week's Most Shazam'd Ads

'She's a Rainbow' and 'Scars to Your Beautiful' anchor new spots → Read More

Burger King's Fernando Machado on His Favorite Ads and Creativity That Sells

From his classic work on Vaseline and Dove at Unilever to his years at Burger King, Fernando Machado has developed a well-earned reputation as one of the CMOs who truly values highly creative advertising—with a caveat. Creativity for its own sake—work that may be good for society, but in the end doesn't sell the brand or its products—is a missed opportunity, Machado told Muse at Clio judging in… → Read More

This Colorful New Font Is Made Entirely of Brand Logos

The typeface of choice for the late-stage capitalist → Read More

New York Public Library Is Putting Entire Novels Into Instagram Stories

Mother New York's 'Insta Novels' begins with Alice in Wonderland → Read More

Samsung Tops Most Shazam'd Ads With Sia, Diplo and Labrinth's Song 'Thunderclouds'

High-profile smartphone unpackings have become showcases for musical tracks, as much as anything else. And Samsung's new Galaxy Note9 makes good use of the song "Thunderclouds" by Labrinth, Sia and Diplo—who are recording under the name LSD. The song has helped Samsung's new TV spot for the Galaxy Note9 debut at No. 1 on our weekly list of most Shazam'd commercials. → Read More

Oliver Tree and Jay Z Get Apple and Peloton Into This Week's Most Shazam'd Ads

'Movement' and 'On to the Next One' feature in new tracks → Read More

An Enormous 'Stranger Things' Corn Maze Just Appeared on an Indiana Farm

Have acres of love for Stranger Things on Netflix? Then you should pack your bags this fall and head to Lafayette, Indiana, to really get immersed in it. That's where a gigantic 20-acre Stranger Things-themed corn maze has been created at Exploration Acres, a farm that features a pumpkin patch and corn maze leading up to Halloween every year. The Stranger Things maze will be open from Sept. 14… → Read More

Who's Happy With the State of America Today? Fat Cats, Nazis and Putin

In an email, a rep for the creators told Muse: "The idea is pretty simple: It is shocking that the people who are most happy with the direction of the country are also the most evil. The creative idea was to show in a hyperbolic manner three of the main groups most enjoying our current president and how out-of-touch with everyday Americans they really are. In the end, even if you are mildly… → Read More

TBWA Welcomes Trump and Putin to Finland With Hundreds of Ads About Press Freedom

Billboards from the airport to the summit promote the largest newspaper in the Nordics → Read More

Jeep and OneRepublic's Latest 'Connection' Makes This Week's Most Shazam'd Ads

The Fiat Chrysler brand continues its work with Interscope → Read More

How Diesel Disarmed the Enemy With Its Own Brilliant Knockoff Store

The idea came from Publicis New York associate creative directors Bryce Hooton and Kristen Koop. And it fits perfectly into Diesel's current brand positioning, "Go With the Flaw," which celebrates life's and people's imperfections. Nothing is more imperfect than a counterfeit, after all. “Knock-offs are one of the biggest fashion flaws, so we felt the best way to combat the issue, while tying it… → Read More

Design Army Gives Back to D.C. With a Creative Space Everyone Can Use

Washington, D.C., may have the Smithsonian, but where can young artists get exposure and mentorship? ‘At Yolk’ aims to fill the gap. → Read More

Spike Jonze Turned an Unnoticed Moment From His Apple Shoot Into a Dog Rescue PSA

Featuring a cameo by his own pup, Wolfpack. → Read More

ESPN’s ‘This Is SportsCenter’ Is Back, and All but Unchanged, Post Wieden + Kennedy

Aaron Judge stars in a pair of spots timed to Opening Day. → Read More