News / 2018.10.10

There’s a day after tomorrow

For almost a year now we’ve been working on a new brand strategy together with Polarbröd, and we’re happy to finally share the results! 

News / 2018.10.03

More fools at the office

Three new talents have joined us! Say hello to Sebastian, Fabian and Cattis. (Don’t they look happy to be here?)

News / 2018.09.20

Lovie’s in the air

Wow! We’re nominated x3 in this year’s Lovie Awards – please help us with your vote! 

News / 2018.09.17

PF <3 PR

We’re kickstarting the fall by growing our PR expertise. Say hello to our new PR pros Nicolina Jonsson and Joakim Ohlsson, plus get to know them a little.

News / 2018.09.11

Let’s keep it tidy

Say hello to Freska! The latest addition to our fantastic list of clients.

News / 2018.08.29

Halebop, you look great!

Hooray! We’re nominated in this year’s edition of Svenska Designpriset (Swedish Design Awards) for best visual identity for Halebop! 

News / 2018.08.27

Different generations with mutual love for Stryktipset

In Sweden there are over 750,000 ‘Stryktippare’ (people betting on english football with Stryktipset) in a wide range of ages. Everyone with their own experiences of the English football. In our new campaign for Stryktipset we focused on the differences between the generations together with the strong mutual love for the sport!

News / 2018.08.16

Get out and play

To encourage children to spend more time outdoors, we’ve launched the app 'Djur På Tur' (eng: Animals On Tour) with Polarbröd. A mobile game where you collect animals and release them where they belong - in nature.

News / 2018.06.28

Perfect Fools competes in DN Reklamcupen

Dagens Nyheter, abbreviated DN, is a daily newspaper in Sweden who every year arranges the advertising competition DN Reklamcupen. This year Perfect Fools is competing. 

News / 2018.06.21

The football jersey for fans with two national teams

To pay homage to the over 100,000 Iranians living in Sweden, supporting both national teams in this year’s World Cup, the Swedish betting company Oddset sewed the two countries’ jerseys into one garment.