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Adidas: There will be haters

22. January 2015

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Adidas launched a new campaign with an online film which got two million views in two days. One of the most entertaining piece from Adidas lately. Enjoy!

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Honda and Youtube do interactive video right

3. November 2014

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While ‘interactive video’ is an idea that we’ve seen before, this recent campaign from Honda is exceptionally executed. What’s makes it so impressive is its shocking simplicity and how ultimately the interactivity is so vital in making the experience special. These two stories wouldn’t be nearly as interesting without the interactivity, which isn’t superfluous like [...]

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Volvo Trucks: The Casino Stunt Video

26. September 2014

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Volvo hasn’t given up on their YouTube content strategy, with this new piece called ‘The Casino’. Although this time, it’s forumla is slightly different, it’s not really the same kind of product demonstration stunt they’ve become famous for showing off, and while adopting a similar feel, it goes a little more traditional. With a hidden [...]

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IKEA: The World’s Biggest Banner Ad

24. April 2012

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I’m really glad agencies are still trying to innovate and be extra creative inside banner ads, they are begging for it as a whole, and a great banner easily becomes brilliant! Every month or so someone sends through a banner ad cool enough to post and today is that day. Presenting… IKEA’s smallest store in [...]

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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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Google India Tanjore: Bringing Back Ancient Art

26. December 2011

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This is another beautiful ad from Google. This time, it’s from Google India extending the “The Web is What You Make of It” campaign with a spot about Tanjore, an ancient Indian art form that seems to be fading away from the modern every day world. The ad tells the story of a Tanjore artist [...]

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Red Bull Academy World Tour 2011

17. October 2011

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Here’s a great video from Red Bull which celebrates the Red Bull Academy World Tour 2011. The academy produced this music video to showcase many different musical styles from around the world. The film mixes different animation techniques reflecting the cities the Music Academy is touring through, using a combination of 2D, 3D, stop-motion, photography, illustration, [...]

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HTML 5 Youtube Banner With Geolocation

28. July 2011

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Here is the French winner of DoubleClick’s HTML 5 Banner Challenge, Biborg Interactive & Alpha Layer with their HTML 5 banner demo that invites users to fly over France by hot air balloon, discovering famous places, such as the Effel tower, Notre Dame de la Garde in Marseille or Le Château de Versailles from the [...]

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Transformers 3 “Web Wars” Advergame

9. July 2011

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With Transformers 3 upon us, Paramount Pictures have launched a global digital campaign prompting the movie in the form of a new social advergame called “Web Wars” that literally turns the entire web into your personal battlefield through a bookmarklet app experience. The bookmarklet app let’s you challenge Facebook friends to a live, multi player [...]

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Facebook and Twitter in Real Life: Video

13. June 2011

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This is a great video that takes Facebook and Twitter and puts them into the real world, acting out everything that you would do on those networks. Whether it’s a ‘Like’ or a ‘Follow’, it’s all included here. It’s a fun way to showcase how odd our online behaviour can seem when it’s taken out [...]

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