Tag Archive | "microsite"

Mountain Dew: Street Art meets Paintball

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

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Here is a new campaign from Mountain Dew Energy UK. Centered around a Facebook app the campaign aims to find and showcase the brand’s official street artist. This hype video features the Graffiti Kings creating street art, using paintballs, in London’s graffiti hub, the Leake Street Tunnel. These featured artists, Knoxville and Grohl, were chosen [...]

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Sony Pictures’s DVD Amnesty: Case Study

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

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Sony Pictures were looking for a way to encourage people to update their movie collection and buy new DVDs, a hard job in a dying market. Iris, Sydney came up with a fun solution with ‘The Great DVD Amnesty’, people could trade in their old, unwanted DVDs and get $5 cash back, thus freeing up [...]

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Selfridges “Project Ocean” Digital Installation

Saturday, May 21, 2011

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This is a pretty unique campaign from London retailer Selfridges. In what they are calling “retail activism” the famous upscale department store is utilising all of their creative elements (online and offline) to raise awareness of the issues of sustainability, overfishing and marine protection. The campaign, created by UK based agency 18 feet & rising [...]

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The Smart Grid Campaign Website By GE

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

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I Love this new website from GE. It’s called The Smart Grid, and GE is inviting people to come and Plug Into The Smart Grid to start saving the earth & money, by using their new eco-friendly technology. The site, by Goodby, Silverstein & Partners (and North Kingdom) is simply the best I’ve seen this year (so [...]

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Compare The Meerkats Digital Campaign

Friday, January 9, 2009

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I love this campaign. It’s bold, it’s quirky and best of all, it’s usually the type of campaign that a client never buys (this time they did), particurally when its website and URL’s can easily be confused or misheard. The Compare The Meerkats Campaign is basically a play on Compare the Market (car insurance) that [...]

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