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Volkswagen Golf GTI: The Fastest YouTube Ad

24. April 2013

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It looks like Volkswagen are targeting YouTube to find new ways to communicate their message, this time, it’s the Volkswagen GTI in Spain, with ‘The Fastest YouTube Ad’ that you literally can’t skip… I’d love your thoughts on this one! Created by the guys at DDB. (thanks Fernando!)

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Orange: The Instagallery Campaign

20. February 2013

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There’s almost been an Insta-everything over the last year, but this might still be a first, with Orange in France launching a new hi-speed network and creating ‘Instagallery’ to promote it. Instagallery which targeted influential instagramers, pulled their photos into staged galleries half a world away in Los Angeles, with short films made of awkwardly [...]

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Skittles: Telekinize The Rainbow

22. December 2012

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Here’s a new way to play with Skittles in a campaign from Australia called ‘Telekinize The Rainbow’. A Facebook app that allows you to control a single Skittle with your mind… Err… Eyes, in an interactive, multi-user experience created by the guys at Clemenger BBDO in Sydney. The campaign plays into the global creative framework, [...]

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Australian Defence Force: Mobile Medic App

26. June 2012

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Less of an ad and more of a test, this is the latest recruitment campaign for the Australian Defence Force, called Mobile Medic – and it just won 4x Gold and many more silver/bronze at Cannes Lions 2012. A mobile app that challenges you to diagnose the patient in the ad through the Mobile Medic [...]

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The Lorem Ipsum Recruitment Campaign

30. May 2012

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I’ve seen many agency recruitment campaigns before, most try to be innovative, few are, but how about this one from Jung von Matt? So if you’re looking for creatives, where do you find them? There’s one sure bet, at the Lorem Ipsum site you visit when you’re mocking up creative, infact over 50,000 unique people [...]

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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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