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@NewYorkFestival Debrief : Best in Show & Grand Prix

on May 6, 2014 by Bridget Comments

The New York Festivals is the only awards show that I know of that has one jury judge across all categories.  I met some amazing people and it was a great opportunity to get a snapshot of the industry as a whole just as the awards season kicks off. To start, let’s take a look at the Best in Show and some of the Grand Prix. Read more…

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How to let your campaign buzz with technology

on May 5, 2014 by Tim Comments

Here’s a question you may have heard before: Can technology be the sole ‘big idea’, the foundation for a whole campaign? And if so, can only technology brands run this sort of ‘tech buzzy’ campaign? The simple answer: Yes and No, respectively. Read more…

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This is the coolest trophy ever @NewYorkFestival

on May 1, 2014 by Bridget Comments

The New York Festivals has taken trophy design to the next level with the help of Sagmeister & Walsh. The design reflects the iconic manhattan skyline.  However, these trophies are like no others as they have a built in projector that plays the winning case study when you pick it up.

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Aquatilis Ocean Expedition

on April 28, 2014 by Mark Comments

Using paralax scrolling on a single page site is a pretty good way to show off the depths of the ocean. The Aqualitis Expedition is a three-year underwater journey through the unknown, set to explore the world’s most extrordinary creatures. Have fun Read more…

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Make Them Visible

on April 25, 2014 by Tim Comments

This social experiment tested if New Yorkers had become blind to the homeless who are forced to live on the streets. What if those we walk past every day were family members – siblings, spouses, and relatives – all dressed to appear homeless? The ones we claim to care about the most? Would you even notice them? Read more…

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Hermès 2014 collection mutates in a quirky film by Julien Vallée

on April 23, 2014 by Bridget Comments

Hermès is an interesting brand.  Every year it crafts its collection and communication around one creative theme.  The theme for 2014 is ‘Métamorphose’.

The digital campaign to promote the 2014 summer collection enlisted Director Julien Vallée, who created a quirky film showing Read more…

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Beat the Drones Subaru

on April 9, 2014 by Mark Comments

I’ve been waiting for an ad that uses drones – here it is. Pretty cool new ad from Subaru that use heaps of drones to create an obsticle course for the new WRX. The commercial features dozens of flying helicopter drones with red lights that create a continuously changing track as the Subaru drives on. I’m sure we will see many more drone ads this year. Read more…

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Your brain on princess Vs Your brain on engineering

on April 8, 2014 by Bridget Comments

GoldieBlox (the toy company out on a mission to inspire the next generation of female engineers) have just released a timely spoof of the 1987 “This is your brain on drugs” PSA as we ramp up for Easter.  The GoldieBlox spot dramatises the difference between a brain “on princess” and a brain “on engineering”. #GirlPower

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A poster that plays music on your iPhone

on April 8, 2014 by Bridget Comments

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.

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Night Walk In Marseille with Google via 72 and Sunny

on April 4, 2014 by Mark Comments

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…

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