Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Monday, July 30, 2007
Agency: JWT India
Friday, July 27, 2007
Agency: Jung von Matt Hamburg (Germany)
Creative Directors: Wolf Heumann, Sascha Hanke, Timm Hanebeck
Copywriters: Moritz Grub, Michael Okun
Director: Niko Tziopanos
Art Directors: Alexane Heyer, Martin Hess
Producer: Andereas Coutsoumbelis
Post Production: Sehsucht GmbH, Hamburg (Germany)
Music: Fazil Say
Via: advertising for peanuts / best ads on tv / Advertolog
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Agency: TBWA\Chiat\Day New York (U.S)
Creative Directors: Gerry Graf, Ian Reichenthal, Scott Vitrone
Art Director: Craig Allen
Copywriter: Eric Kallman
Producer: Scott Kaplan
VFX: The Mill
Via: best ads on tv
Monday, July 23, 2007
May 2007 marks the kick off of Beijing City Attack, Nike's latest basketball challenge for China's youth. Based on the philosophy and visual style of Baqi, the capital's unique form of streetball, the campaign is comprised of the Battle of Nine Gates Young Masters Basketball Tournament and includes an original song and MV from MC Webber (Wang Bo), remixed by Soma. W+K Shanghai and Nike invited the Beijing hip hop innovator to compose a piece that both embodies the spirit of the competition as well as exemplifies Baqi style, to serve as the Beijing City Attack anthem.
The MV, shot in Beijing in collaboration with L.A.-based director Tony Petrossian, brings the Baqi attitude of MC Webber's track to life. Known for his groundbreaking work for artists such as DMX, Three Days Grace, Taking Back Sunday, and Avenged Sevenfold, Petrossian here unites his distinctive hip hop sensibilities with Beijing basketball and rap styles. The video illustrates a series of epic and increasingly formidable challenges for the three heroic 'young masters', who employ signature Baqi moves and skills to defeat a growing number of opponents. As they continue to advance past each gate's defendants, the video leaves off with the trio, up against hundreds in their biggest challenge yet, as they head confidently into battle.
Visually, the MV complements MC Webber's edgy rhymes with stylized editing by employing quick cuts, unconventional camera angles, and integrated images from the print and digital campaign. The fast pace and contrasting slow motion shots capture and emphasize the young masters' slick moves, and together with a surreal visual treatment, create an overall dynamic and energetic mood in the MV.
Agency: Wieden + Kennedy Shanghai (China)
Creative Directors: Frank Hahn, Iris Lo
Art Director: Kai Zastrow
Copywriters: Dean Wei, Achilles Li
Animation House: Umeric, Sydney (Australia)
Lead Animator: Ash Bolland
Animation Designer: Von Dekker
Via: glossy / IT'S ART Forum
Friday, July 20, 2007
This is what She Says:
The world is pretty much half men, half women (give or take Loughborough, which is chock full of rugger buggers). So why are there hardly any females in the creative department of most digital ad agencies? We decided to stop chatting about it and do something – hold events and provide a mentorship programme, where top females in the industry would share their thoughts and help people to either get started or work their way up... All the way to the attractive pay packets, private car parking spaces and buckets of champers at the top.
Things are changing, check the site.
Check the Good Magazine website.
Check his profile at Apple Pro
Thursday, July 19, 2007
Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi Auckland (New Zealand)
Creative Director: Mike O'Sullivan
Creatives: Rob Beamish, Hilary Badger
Production: Exit Films
Director: Mark Molloy
Producer: Wilf Sweetland
Cinematographer: Greig Fraser
Animation: Animal Logic
Music: The Real Tuesday Weld - Bathtime in Clerkenwell
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
£5000 in £10 and £20 notes were individually dropped around the streets of London with a removable sticker that read, Carlsberg don’t do litter. But if they did it would probably be the best litter in the world’.
Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi London (UK)
Creative Directors: Kate Stanners, Richard Denney, Dave Henderson
Creatives: Rob Porteous, Dave Henderson
Via: Adverbox / best ads on tv
Tuesday, July 17, 2007
This is what Apollo Team said:
We are seeking people to join us.
We want your sunrise! And we want you to join us to broadcast a never ending sun. Live!
- The idea comes from one of our stupid thought: Why can't we keep a gorgeous moment that will never end?
- This is a project which needs people all around the world to achieve. We want people from different time zones to shoot the sunrises in their local places.
- Our optimistic outcome is installing 24 screens to display sunrises around the Earth. The Sun will keep rising from screen to screen, from bottom to top vertically. This 'never ending sun' will last for 24 hours in a day!
- In fact there are still many problems to solve, it's been a tough way so far. Therefore we are in need of supports. Your help will be most appreciated no matter in what aspects. It could be supporting us technically, joining us, spreading it out, giving us suggestions or anything else you could think of. You name it, we do it.
Your help will be most appreciated no matter in what aspects. It could be supporting us technically, joining us, spreading it out, giving us suggestions or anything else you could think of. You name it, we do it.
Details please refer to our links.
We sincerely seek for your kindly help. Give us a shout if you think this is awesome :)
(Jane, James, Pizza and Dawn)
Thanks to Apollo Team
Monday, July 16, 2007
Thanks to Leonardo
Friday, July 13, 2007
Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Monday, July 09, 2007
Agency: Demner, Merlicek & Bergmann, Vienna (Austria)
Creative Directors: Franz Merlicek
Art Director: Franz Merlicek
Copywriters: Gerda Reichl-Schebesta
Production: ffp, Viena (Austria)