The Week In A Tweet: Banksy, BBC2 and Dot The Uninvisible Friend

Today’s Week in a Tweet includes BBC2’s rebrand and Banksy’s shredding stunt amongst others. Let’s take a look at what’s been happening in the industry this week. 

Green & Blacks Cabs 

Green & Blacks branded cabs will be driving around London until the 28th October, offering passersby free rides whilst enjoying their chocolate treats. All you have to do is post a picture of the cab on social media to bag your free trip. (Source: Campaign)

Read more here.

‘Dot’ The Uninvisible Friend 

The Childhood Eye Cancer Trust marked World Sight Day with a campaign to raise awareness of a rare eye cancer that affects babies and young children. The campaign centres around ‘Dot’ The Uninvisible Friend and aims to raise awareness of the condition in a friendly and unthreatening way. (Source: Campaign)

Read more here.

BBC2 Rebrand

BBC2 have launched their first rebrand since the 90s with a series of animated idents.

Take a look at them here.

Banksy shreds £1m painting

Street artist Banksy released a video on his Instagram this week showing how he secretly built a shredder into the frame of his famous painting ‘Girl With Balloon’. The video shows the painting being shredded at Sotheby’s, shortly after being sold for 1 million pounds. (Source: BBC News)

Watch the video here.

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