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Coca-Cola: Post-It Note Stop-Motion Video

22. June 2012

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Yesterday we had the Vodafone Stop Motion Fan Celebration and here’s another great stop motion from Coca-Cola. Coca-Cola commissioned Italian artist Eduardo Zamarro to create this stop motion for the Wall of Happiness at the brand’s Conference of Happiness. The artist created the world’s largest stop-motion video using only post-it notes. The 1 million post-it [...]

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Justin Bieber Launches Album with Blippar

20. June 2012

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How do you bring augmented reality to the young masses – enlist the appeal of Justin Bieber. This is what Mercury Music and Blippar have joined forces to do. The latest Bieber album offers fans an exclusive AR experience. This offering is a world first for an album launch of this size offering fans around [...]

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McDonalds: The Train Timetable

19. June 2012

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Here is a smart campaign idea from McDonalds in Poland by DDB Warsaw, which has just won some acclaim at Cannes. At the Central Station of Warsaw, Poland, McDonalds integrated their menu into the train timetable. The timetable not only showed up-to-date schedule information but also showed how many items from the menu you had [...]

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adidas: Ready to Run Experiential Campaign

18. June 2012

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I love this experiential piece from adidas France. With the insight that the younger audience hated running they needed a new way to create hype for the re launch of the Climacools – pure running shoes. adidas wanted to give teens a reason to run so they launched this experiential campaign “Ready to run.” The [...]

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The MINI Store: Mobile Test Drive Stores

12. June 2012

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Here’s a very clever idea from MINI in France. They recently announced the opening of 10 new stores to increase test drives for their MINIs but they weren’t your tradition car show rooms, these were mobile MINI stores that could travel straight to the customer. Instead of building standard show rooms MINI launched 10 actual [...]

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Rugbeer: Tackle The Vending Machine

29. May 2012

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Here’s a great installation from Argentinean beer brand ‘Cerveza Salta’. Argentina is a country renowned for having the most football fans in the world, but in the Northern Salta province, the New Zealand equivalent of Argentina, people love rugby. Salta Beer wanted to create a campaign that targeted this rugby loving region and what better [...]

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Puma: The World’s Fastest Purchase

26. April 2012

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Here is a nice idea from Puma in Mexico. To showcase their super fast running shoes they encouraged customers to shop as quickly as possible by incentivising speedy shoppers with a discount in a campaign named “The World’s Fastest Purchase”. As shoppers entered the store they were prompted to push a big red button that [...]

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Hyundai: Times Square Billboard Racing Game

30. December 2011

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Hyundai have created the world’s largest iPhone controlled racing game in New York’s Times Square. Users simply have to register with the “Hyundai Race” and download the app to get a turn to control the car on a giant digital billboard using their iPhone. The game features the Veloster hatchback which is controlled by the [...]

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Toyota: The Fastest Painted Website

21. November 2011

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Now this is pretty cool. This ‘making of’ video shows how Toyota have created a painted website that streams in real time. The site will be live until 26th November and you can interact with the site and see real time results. If you ‘Like’ or ‘Tweet’ you can see the site light up. Check [...]

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Audi iAd: Slide to Unlock

11. November 2011

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Here’s a clever little iAd from Audi. They’ve used a nice play on Apple’s “slide to unlock” feature to get users to engage. This campaign is for the new Audi magazine app which recently launched in Brazil and appeared within publications on the iPad. Once users saw it they instantly recognized the swipe gesture used [...]

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