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Mercedes-Benz: QR Code Trophies

13. May 2012

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Car manufacturers do anything to hide upcoming car models with those black and white patterns. Each of them do it, and the car-parazzi stalk them the world over, lying in wait to snap a photo of a new model, guessing what the new shape will really look like… Technically that combo of car and pattern [...]

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ING: The “Free Throw” Challenge Billboards

30. April 2012

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ING sponsors the Basketball league in Germany and wanted to connect their offering to a younger audience at Basketball events across the country… So they aimed to leverage smart phones to create an interactive experience anyone could play, and “Free Throw Billboards” were born. Users could connect their phone directly to the billboard, essentially turning [...]

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IKEA: Multi-View Interactive Kitchen Stories

9. April 2012

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I love this piece from IKEA in Russia. It’s not easy to create new, interesting ways to allow users to explore kitchens and the various accessories, but if anyone can do it, it’s IKEA, who’ve got a rich history in doing so. And again, they’ve created a new way for users to experience their kitchen [...]

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Blood Donations: Torrent Your Blood Campaign

4. April 2012

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I love finding campaigns that create new ways of getting to consumers, and here is a seemingly weird one, with a really smart distribution method. The Blood Transfusion Service in Russia wanted a digital project that could connect with people in a different kind of way, and what agency SmartNewSolutions came up with was a [...]

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Google Project Re:Brief. Advertising Re:Imagined

18. March 2012

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Sometimes you see something a little different, it takes a while to compute because it is different, and when different is good, it’s actually amazing. For me, this is different, a brilliant piece of storytelling used to highlight the importance of creative thinking in a technical world. Introducing Project Re:Brief by Google. A series of [...]

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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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Ford Fiesta: The Fiestagram Campaign

16. February 2012

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What do you do when you need to showcase features in a car like the Ford Fiesta? Create an instagram campaign of course!? It’s called The Fiestagram, a campaign run through Facebook via Instagram where a new hashtag associated with one of the Fiesta‚Äôs high-tech features, such as #entry, #music and #hidden. People would then [...]

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Canal+ Borgia 360 Multi-Device Experience

17. December 2011

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The Canal+ Borgia TV series is the world’s first 360 degree narrative that works seamlessly across your desktop, iPad and iPhone to provide a complete experience. The campaign has already picked up a number of awards, and aims to pull new viewers into the brand new show about a family worse than the Mafia, and [...]

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Opel Movano: The 2GB Banner Campaign

19. October 2011

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I was in a meeting this afternoon chatting about banner campaigns and the general lack of innovation that surrounds them, for the most part anyway… We spoke too soon, welcome to the stage this great banner from Opel to showcase the utility potential of the new Opel Movano van. The banner literally carries your files [...]

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Pink Ponies: The World’s Best Case Study Video

20. September 2011

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Another case study? Well, kinda… But this one is different, it’s a great, wait… perfect satirical take on how the creative world sells itself, and how it can literally sell anything, to anyone! I remember watching this and laughing out loud back in January when the video had about 500 views… 250,000 views later and [...]

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Prigat: Real Time Social Smile Stations Billboard

13. September 2011

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The guys over in Israel continue to do great work, this time it’s an innovative and slightly different/weird kind of digital billboard. Called “Smile Stations”, Facebook fans of Prigat, a leading juice company, had the opportunity to send real time messages to interactive digital billboards at various train stations in the hope of getting passers [...]

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NOKIA: The8N8 Twitter Campaign

7. September 2011

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Here is something a little different from the guys at Wunderman Buenos Aires in Argentina, for the launch of Nokia’s N8 smart phone. #The8N8 was a twitter based activation campaign where you were required to get 8 popular celebrities to follow you on twitter to win a new Nokia N8. After enlisting top celebrities to [...]

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Frijj: You LOL You Lose Advergame

15. August 2011

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This new advergame from Frijj utilises an interesting mashup of funny, weird and seriously bad YouTube videos with webcams and facial recognition to create the “You LOL You Lose” app. The advergame pits you against friends from your social networks, in a challenge of who can keep a straight face for the longest period of [...]

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Cannes Cyber Lions: The Winning Case Studies

6. July 2011

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Right, so I thought it might be cool to round up as many of the 2011 Cannes Cyber Lions winning case study videos as possible into a single post, so that over the next year you’ll all have a great reference point to come back to if you need to find a case study to [...]

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Peugeot: Take The Car Challenge

28. June 2011

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Here is an interesting take on those famous old “Touch The Car” endurance competitions of days gone bye.. With Peugeot launching the “Take The Car” challenge online, where users would compete live from around the world to score a week with the car of their choice. After connecting with Facebook, users would choose a car, [...]

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