The Glue Society is a ten-member art and directing collective behind some of the ad industry’s most-awarded experiential projects, having earned a Cannes Titanium, five Cannes Grands Prix, and dozens of other Cannes Lions, D&AD Yellow Pencils, and more. Their groundbreaking work spans multiple mediums, such as ANZ Bank’s GAYTM installations, a hearing test disguised as a short film for Cochlear, the viral multi-platform “Until We All Belong” campaign for Airbnb, and the recent “On the Go” activation for Stella Artois via Mother London. In addition to their advertising work, The Glue Society’s art projects have been exhibited at Miami Art Basel, Pulse New York, and Art & About Australia, among others.
“The Glue Society not only leads the pack in experiential advertising, but they are constantly reinventing the medium and finding memorable new ways for brands to connect with audiences,” said Rupert Reynolds-MacLean, Managing Director at Biscuit UK. “Brands are hunting for new opportunities, and with Biscuit partnering with The Glue Society the sky is the limit for what we can create for clients and agencies through experiential activations, new technology, and film.”