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Diesel: The Facebook Spreadsheet App

Saturday, June 18, 2011


Here is the latest digital campaign from Diesel, it’s called “Be Stupid At Work” and is centred around a desktop application called the “Excellbook”. Weird right? Well, it’s pure genius actually. Diesel’s Excellbook becomes your entire Facebook stream, it just happens to have been fed into an Adobe Air App that looks like a spreadsheet, [...]

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Diesel Facepark: The Analog Version of Facebook

Tuesday, July 27, 2010


Diesel’s “Be Stupid” campaign platform continues to drive ridiculously innovative work. This time they’ve said that Digital is smart. Analog is stupid. And with that, Diesel has created a social event called Facepark, a live event where thousands turned up to create an analog version of Facebook, simulating pretty much everything you can do on Facebook in a physical [...]

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Diesel Cam: Connecting Stores With Facebook

Sunday, May 16, 2010


This is the Diesel store in Spain and while people like Levi’s have been busy building in the new Facebook ’like’ functionality into their online stores, Diesel has been integrating Facebook into a real-world store and they’ve called it Diesel Cam. It’s a touchscreen system that sits outside the change rooms and allows customers to take photos of themselves, [...]

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DIESEL: Shopable Spring Video Catalogue

Wednesday, March 31, 2010


Diesel has just launched their 2010 Spring / Summer Catalogue and have followed a growing trend of creating an interactive video catalogue that allows you to shop inside that experience. While this is a nice execution, the video itself is pretty funky, and the interactivity very cool, the actual shopping experience is clunky and pretty [...]

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