Supermodel Gisele Bundchen seems to be the flavour of the month, recently starring in two high profile campaigns for Chanel No.5 and Under Armour. Both campaigns sign off with hashtags (#theonethatiwant for Chanel and #IWILLWHATIWANT for Under Armour).
Sarah Silverman self declared “writer, comedian and vagina owner” is back with another provocative (NSFW) video taking on the issue of the gender wage gap. Silverman uploaded this video last week to raise awareness and offer up a few tongue in cheek solutions from gender reassignment surgery through to crowd funding the ridiculously big total amount of the wage gap : $29,811,746,430,000.
Jeff Goldblum promises “successful guy lighting at normal guy prices” in this hilarious 2:10 infomercial for GE’s new connected smart bulb called Link.
If you have 15 minutes to spare, this short Cannes seminar is a good way to spend it. PJ Pereira takes us backstage and shares how Pereira & O’Dell is set up to deliver true integration in their work. He presents a very simple model based on Story, Distribution, Application, and he highlights the need to integrate technique and skill sets rather than channel or format. Read more…
After looking through the winners this year at Cannes, it felt like Big Emotion trumped Big Data. I’ve put together a selection of what I found to be the most interesting work from the festival with this overarching theme in mind.
At first I was surprised by what seemed like a low-tech choice of radio/podcasts by Contagious Magazine to deliver their Cannes roundup. However, after listening to all 5 episodes I think it’s a great choice.
Vivid Sydney is a unique annual event of light, music and ideas. Toyota and Soap Creative brought an interesting twist to the festival with an interactive installation that explores the relationship people can have with cars.
Following up on our Cannes Predictions Part 1, I thought it would be interesting to see what some of the Cannes judges are expecting or looking for this year. See what four of the judges have to say below.
By the age of 85, one in eight Australian women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Detecting breast cancer early is the most important factor in beating this disease. The Cancer Council NSW is encouraging women to get to know their breasts better, to know what is normal for them and to participate in breast screening if they’re in the right age range.
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