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A global content company
Flare is a global content agency and video production company with offices around the world.
Flare BBDO first launched in London in 2013. Its remit was simple – take BBDO convincingly into the content arena; efficiently deliver on any BBDO brands’ needs for content; and deliver great work that is effective. Since its inception it has now created hundreds of films, generated 10s of millions of earned views, and won a long and wide range of internationally acclaimed awards.
Flare is a global content agency and video production company with offices around the world.
Flare BBDO first launched in London in 2013. Its remit was simple – take BBDO convincingly into the content arena; efficiently deliver on any BBDO brands’ needs for content; and deliver great work that is effective. Since its inception it has now created hundreds of films, generated 10s of millions of earned views, and won a long and wide range of internationally acclaimed awards.
the work
Puppy Trouble
Annoying Dad
#StopEverydayKillers
Ainsley Harriott’s Cooks
the work
Puppy Trouble
Annoying Dad
#StopEverydayKillers
Ainsley Harriott’s Cooks
FEATURED PROJECT

Bodyform & Libresse, feminine care brands of the leading global hygiene and health company Essity, continue their mission to break taboos around periods with their latest campaign, #bloodnormal, in which period blood is shown realistically for the first time. They have also finally banished the blue liquid convention and replaced it with a realistic red. After all, women bleed blood.

At the heart of the campaign is a film created by Flare BBDO and directed by Daniel Wolfe, with cinematography by Monika Lenczewska. It shows young women in real life scenarios dealing with their periods.

The different cuts reflect the different regulatory issues faced by different markets, but they all come from a single global #bloodnormal campaign with multiple activations to help provide positive periods images. These include a graphic story by renowned illustrator Victo Ngai, beautifully designed period underwear by French lingerie company Dessu, period jokes by twelve year old stand-up comedian Saffron Herndon, and commissioned a range of pad-shaped lilo’s. They have also worked with well-known influencers like former model and activist Victoire Dauxerre and Swedish fashion blogger Julian Hernandez.

#Bloodnormal
FEATURED PROJECT
#Bloodnormal

Bodyform & Libresse, feminine care brands of the leading global hygiene and health company Essity, continue their mission to break taboos around periods with their latest campaign, #bloodnormal, in which period blood is shown realistically for the first time. They have also finally banished the blue liquid convention and replaced it with a realistic red. After all, women bleed blood.

At the heart of the campaign is a film created by Flare BBDO and directed by Daniel Wolfe, with cinematography by Monika Lenczewska. It shows young women in real life scenarios dealing with their periods.

The different cuts reflect the different regulatory issues faced by different markets, but they all come from a single global #bloodnormal campaign with multiple activations to help provide positive periods images. These include a graphic story by renowned illustrator Victo Ngai, beautifully designed period underwear by French lingerie company Dessu, period jokes by twelve year old stand-up comedian Saffron Herndon, and commissioned a range of pad-shaped lilo’s. They have also worked with well-known influencers like former model and activist Victoire Dauxerre and Swedish fashion blogger Julian Hernandez.