Archive | March, 2012

Coca-Cola: Papertweetos

10. March 2012

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Coca-Cola brought tweets to life to celebrate the Argentinean national soccer team playing in Copa América last year. Every time the team play people cheer for them, anytime and everywhere, by tweeting and throwing bits of paper into the air at the stadium during the game. To boost encouragement for the team, Coca-Cola combined the [...]

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The Creative Ransom: Aggresive Job Hunting

7. March 2012

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In a ploy to land meetings with the right executive creative directors in Melbourne, Australia, Andrew Grinter and Lee Spencer-Michaelsen decided take job hunting to the next level. The young creative duo went on a URL buying spree, obtaining available domains matching the select ECD names. Those domains were held for ransom. The pair mailed [...]

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TwitterScrabble: The Ultimate Game of Scrabble

6. March 2012

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Hands up if you are a scrabble freak? Well, you’ve got a new challenger, and it’s the entire twitterverse! To help launch the brand new board game (remember those?!) Scrabble Trickster, they’ve created TwitterScrabble, a whole new way to get people involved in the game from around the world, purely via twitter, and laced with [...]

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Gol Airlines: Valentine’s Flight Seat Challenge

4. March 2012

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Brazil’s Gol Airlines created a simple Facebook competition to grow their online community and raise brand awareness in the highly competitive airline market. Based on the insight that a trip is the most romantic Valentine’s gift that you can get they turned the Valentine’s weekend into a competition on their Facebook page with ‘Valentine’s flight’. [...]

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Mercedes-Benz: The Tweet Fleet

4. March 2012

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Finding a car space at Christmas time is a daunting task just about anywhere in the world, so Mercedes-Benz created “The Tweet Fleet” to fix just that by tapping into the “Park Assist” feature. Mercedes-Benz Park Assist can automatically detect empty car spaces near you as you drive, so what if they could take that [...]

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Snake the Planet: Projection Mapping Gaming

1. March 2012

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Everyone loves Snake right? Well how about if that game of Snake just happened to be wheeled out of a car and projected onto any surface? That’s cool, but now imagine if that game of Snake came with a built in couch and the ability to generate dynamic projection mapped levels no matter where you [...]

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