Milk Me Brian

Wieden + Kennedy London has released its latest cinema spot for Cravendale Milk, which ponders the question, ‘who first thought to milk a cow?’

Wieden + Kennedy London has released its latest cinema spot for Cravendale Milk, which ponders the question, ‘who first thought to milk a cow?’

The resulting film is, unsurprisingly, rather funny.

Credits:
Agency: Wieden + Kennedy London
Creative directors: Sam Heath, Chris Groom
Creatives: Hollie Walker, Freddie Powell
Production company: Rokkit
Director: The Vikings

 

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