Pip & Nut-obsessed squirrels bring to life the social posts from equally Pip & Nut obsessed fans
The new “Listen like you used to” Spotify campaign aims to tap into music nostalgia with a reminder that while people's lives may have changed, their music taste hasn't.
Spotify UK needed help launching this outrageous new podcast. Who Wot Why showed that this podcast had ‘no filter’ by playfully redacting the explicit language in our own adverts.
Who Wot Why has won the fastest growing nut butter brand in UK, Pip & Nut, following a three-way agency competitive pitch.
Sean Thompson writes an article for the Cannes Special of Shots magazine on why disadvantaged creative brains have an advantage, if you just give them a chance they can be amazing.
Sky Bet tops the app charts, beating the likes of Whatsapp, Instagram and Facebook.
Check your app store now!
Who Wot Why has created the 2019 campaign for The Gym UK
We're kicking off the year with new work. "So I Can" sees gym goers give their diverse reasons to go to The Gym.
We’re thrilled to have Jack & Ali join the WWW creative team! A great start to the New Year.
House of Fraser has picked Who Wot Why to help revive fortunes. We’re delighted.
After taking part in a competitive pitch this summer, Who Wot Why has landed What Car?, the UK’s biggest car-buying brand.
Who Wot Why are on the lookout for Senior Account Managers and Junior Account Directors.
No headhunters please. Interested? Email us!
Intro film from Who Wot Why’s Sean Thompson, in collaboration with Dark Energy and Cookie Studio brings to life the menaces of low budgets, Brexit and in-house production that British producers face.
Read all about how challenger brand People's Energy gets all sweary in debut "shock" video in Campaign.
Delighted to become a member of the IPA.
Our work for Sky Bet hits the nationals as Sir Geoff Hurst goes global and discovers if he’s German.