Grey London has unveiled the latest execution of its Sound of Taste campaign for herb and spice brand Schwartz. A Bluetooth-enabled ‘sonic’ poster invites the viewer to Feel the Flavour. Sixteen different herbs and spices have been translated into musical chords and the conductive inks on the poster enable you explore those sounds with your fingers, playing back the chords on your iPhone.
How do you talk to a digital audience about something quite technical and geeky? Hootsuite have pulled off a very good example of how to be timely and relevant by appropriating the opening sequence of Game of Thrones to promote their social enterprise solution.
Explore the sounds, streets and soul of Marseille with Google via 72 and Sunny Amsterdam. “Night Walk” takes you on an immersive journey through lively Cours Julien, a neighbourhood of Marseille famous for its unique atmosphere and street art. Listening to your guides Julie and Christophe, you can wander around the vibrant streets as if you were really there, thanks to 360-degree panoramas. Read more…
We wrote about the Honey Maid wholesome campaign here. The campaign generated discussion on social media with those strongly ‘for’ or ‘against’. In a nice twist, Droga5 and Honey Maid turned the heated debate into an art project.
Jung Von Matt are back again with another clever stunt, this time to promote the digital issue of the Neuer Zürcher Zeitung. I love the surprise factor that comes from pimping a lo-fi support with technology. It’s a good example contextual marketing – showing people the value of real-time news services whilst they are ready the printed edition.
Testicular cancer is the most prevalent form of cancer for males between the ages of 15-29 but it is also the most treatable if caught early. Despite that, awareness of testicular cancer is low – hopefully this will change.
The simple ideas are the best. It’s nice that you don’t need a 2 minute case study to understand it (the 30 second TVC says it all).
It’s starting to look like the real time marketing trend may be spilling out of social media and making it’s way into TV advertising. Ford has responded to the controversial Cadillac “Poolside” TVC with a parody called “Upside” (You can get more detail about it on adweek here)
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