Fred & Farid are at it again with their zany work for Orangina. Three new spots, Satellite, Pigeon and Cannonball prove the importance of being the one who drinks Orangina versus the one who does not.
The spots are part of the brand's new campaign, "Stay Alive. Drink Orangina." In this new iteration of the campaign, the brand has given life to its wacky animal characters and they appear in "real life" verus in cartoon.
Orangina and Fred & Farid Paris-Shanghai worked with the director Gary Freedman from Glue Society (Doritos, Canal+, Nike, Fifa) to produce these three ads.
Now this is interesting. You may have heard about that JCPenney billboard in Culver City that sparked debate because the visual of a tea kettle looked like Hitler. Now, it seems, even more Hitler has been found on the board. A copywriter who publishes the VerdantMug Tumblr noticed that within the billboard's copy, Hitler's name -- in order -- is spelled out.
Is this like that sick joke where some art director placed some phallic symbol on the cover of a Disney video? Or is it just an odd coincidence? We may never know.
Prior to this latest discovery and following the news the image looked like Hitler, JCPEnney pulled the billboard and has said any resemblance is "unintentional." The retailer has also remove the teapot from its online store.
Following its recent acquisition by Yahoo for $1.1 billion and the introduction of in-stream ads on mobile, Tumblr has launched in-stream sponsored posts that will appear on user's dashboard stream, previously occupied only by content from those they follow.
Inaugural advertisers include Denny's Viacom, Ford, Universal Pictures, Capital One, AT$T and Purina. Yahoo will likely put the full force of its sales team behind this new channel so it won't be long before Tumblr sees a dramatic increase in revenue. Reportedly, Tumblr generated $13 million an ad revenue last year.
Draftfcb Brazil developed a magazine insert with solar panels and a USB port affixed to it that could be used by beach goers in Brazil to charge their phones so they never have to leave the beach.
It's an interesting dovetail between advertising and product development that many agencies are now exploring. Granted, this was done for a brand and not standalone by an agency but it's unique in that it's more than just an ad. It's an actual product that is useful to the consumer in a way that perfectly relates to the product's sponsor.
Sun. Beach. Sunscreen. Mobile Phone. Solar charger. It all ties together quite nicely.
Here's something to spice up that mundane trip to the grocery store. To prove that Hellmann's mayonaise goes with just about anything, Ogilvy Brazil created the Food Slot, a slot machine that doles out over 280 different recipes made with Hellman's.
For each one of the random 280 combinations the machine gives the shoppers a collectible recipe and an actual sample sample made with the mayonnaise.
Apparently, four months of research and development were necessary to guarantee both a working system and quality food. Unilever's chefs and the engineers and tech team of production company, Hungry Man Projects, worked together to create the machine.
A YouTube campaign created by DDB Latina Puerto Rico for at-risk youth program Jovenes de Puerto Rico en Riesgo aims, like other brands have, to illustrate social media "likes" do not solve real world problems. In one video, we see a couple of boys get into an argument over a blocked jump shot. One boy grabs a gun and points it at the other. The viewer is supposed to click a "like" button to stop the shooting. This, of course, does not work and the boy gets shot.
Three models, Olcay Gulsen, Tess Milne and Anna Nooshin have lent their gams and bootys to Stop Aids Now for a campaign created by Achtung!
On a site which is painfully slow to load, you can admire these three women's legs from high-heeled feet to mini-skirted ass. It's all about...ahem...raising awareness of women in Africa affected by HIV. The deal is you stare -- because staring is caring -- until you are so tantalized that you can't take it any longer and you whip out your -- no, not that -- wallet to buy the skirt the three ladies are wearing, proceeds of which go to the cause.
Creating a strategy to deal with the rise of mobile devices comes down to three primary options: Developing a native app, designing a separate mobile site, or re-working your primary website with responsive design.
Using insight from industry experts and research data, this eBook from Bridgeline Digital, "7 Reasons to Consider Responsive Design for Your Company's Next Generation Website," explores the advantages of using responsive design to take your web presence into the mobile era. Responsive design is a fancy term to describe a website layout that works on all devices seamlessly. You create the site once and the layout adapts to and renders properly on different screen sizes. An extremely important consideration given the dramatic increase in usage of mobile devices to access the web.
It's that time again. Well, it will be come August when the The Affiliate Ball returns to Affiliate Summit which will take place in Philadelphia. 11 time Grammy nominated, hip hop artist, Busta Rhymes will be the headliner. Fresh off his recent signing with Cash Money Records, and smash hit " Look At Me Now," Busta Rhymes will share his classic hits as well as his new hits with attendees of this year's Affiliate Summit.
Platige Image is very pleased with it recent Silver CLIO win for CD Projekt RED's Cyberpunk 2077. As they should be. It's an epically orgasmic imagining of the new game which will be released in September.
The silver CLIO is the latest coup for Warsaw based creative shop, which recently opened a new branch in New York. Of the win, New Yotk Managing Director Julian Cdae gushed, "This CLIO is a testament to the skill set that defines Platige Image's team, especially with such fierce competition from the best studios out there. We are revved up to serve the US market with similar projects built with our ingenuity, technical innovation and competitive rates covering all aspects of postproduction."