Katie, Martin and Christy got the spring stripes memo at the Airtime offices in New York. Ahoy!
It seems a mass denim memo with an Instagram filter postscript may have made the rounds among European branding agencies, as evidenced by these fine, filtered folks at Design Bridge Amsterdam and Aesop Agency in London.
It’s all in the details, people. Two folks in a black outfit may not always a Memo make, but add a couple pairs of hot red socks and THAT’S A BINGO. Nice work, Daniel and Charlene from Marks & Spencer.
If there are two things we love to see incorporated into Memos, they are 1) walls and 2) props. Nice job, Immediate Media, in managing to include both.
Codi and Servane from Ogilvy Paris demonstrated their commitment to Memos received by journeying to different stores on different continents to secure the cheeky tiger sweaters featured in today’s memo.
The account team at Bite PR is having some coffee with their tartan plaid memo.
Well done, Traci and Carrie of New York’s BrainPOP on translating the Bien Fait memo!
Well this is novel. We believe that this may be the first instance of a caught-in-the-act Memo, and that these red-shirted Y&R advertising executives are pictured whilst actually currently getting the Memo.
Or they’re looking at one of those GIF posts on BuzzFeed.
Todd and Ryan and their plaid shirts, eyewear, red keg cups and facial hair received the memo in advance of the unidentified San Diego festivities. Not all memos happen at work, especially those that Memo HQ deems a priority due to friend bias.
Bonus points for anyone who can guess what the celebratory banner behind them says.