Thursday, August 30, 2007
Monday, August 27, 2007
Agency: Host, Sydney (Australia)
Creative Direction: The Glue Society
Art Directors: James Dive, Gary Freedman
Copywriters: James Harvey, Jonathan Kneebone
Executive Producer: Rob Galluzzo
Via: The AdBlog
Marc Ecko wants to promote his roots and love for graffiti. Digital citylights are created that consists of an LCD and a bluetooth interface. People will get the possibility to access the citylight via bluetooth with their cell phones and spray their own graffiti with the cursor of their phone.
Advertising School: Design Factory International, Germany
Tutor: Michael Hoinkes (He Said She Said)
Creative: Benjamin Busse
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Thanks to André Murraças for the tip.
The campaign was launched with the objective of lighting the first million candles in less than 4 months.
Thanks to worldwide support, this was achieved in less than 60 days. The campaign continues to gain momentum and thanks to your continuing support awareness is building fast. However, this is just the first step towards eradicating the commercial viability of child pornography.
We must continue to reveal the shocking facts and get people to take action. the more candles we light, the more powerful our voice becomes.
Series of virals for Elle Macpheroson's lingerie brand, Intimates.
Apart from the movies where the girls show their party tricks, each girl has her own MySpace profile:
Saucergirl, Bubblegirl, Balloongirl, Bombergirl, Drummergirl, Tubagirl, Jokergirl
Agency: The Names Agency (Bondy Beach, Australia)
Via: Brainstorm #9
Thanks to Clara for the reference
Friday, August 17, 2007
Via: A CUP OF JO
Via: Wooster Collective
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Drawings of you is a little people's plan to use little pins to hold people all over the world together to raise money to make a children's book for charity. It starts at W+K Amsterdam where there are 150 people 25 nationalities.
Check the site: Drawings of You
Agency: Wieden & Kennedy Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Via: Think Global, Act Stupid
View a better quality version here.
Creative Agency: W+K Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
Creative Directors: Al Moseley & John Norman
Copywriter: Al Moseley (Rick Condors)
Art Director: John Norman (Hunter Hindman)
Account Team: Sylvain Lierre & Ryan Lietaer
Producer: Sandy Reay
Assistant Producer: Kimia Farshidzad
Executive Creative Directors: Al Moseley & John Norman
Agency Executive Producer: Tom Dunlap
Agency Editor: Ken Rosenberg
Production Company: Psyop, New York (US)
Directors: Todd Mueller & Kylie Matulick
Executive Producers: Justin Booth-Clibborn, Boo Wong
Producer: Mariya Shikher
Coordinator: Tarun Charaipotra
Art Director/TD: David Chontos
Animation Director: Nicholas Weigel
Storyboard Artist/Designer: Ben Chan
Animation Sequence Leads: Jeff Lopez, Pat Porter, Jim Hundertmark
Animators: Jordan Blit, Aja Bogdanoff, Chris Caufield, Josh Frankel, Jungeun Kim,
Henning Koscy, Kitty Lin, Kyle Mohr, Jed Mitchell, Kevin Phelps, Dan Segarra, Miles Southan, Micheal Taylor, Goo Shun Wang
Lighting/Rendering Lead: Saira Mathew
Lighting: Ignacio Ayestaran, Raphael Castel-Blanco, Eric Concepcion, Michal Finegold, Raji Kodja, Mike Marsek, Szymon Weglarski
FX Lead: Pete Hamilton
FX: Reeves Blakeslee, Clay Budin, Damon Ciarelli, Dylan Maxwell, Jed Mitchell, Miguel Salek
Modelers: Lee Wolland, Yaron Canetti, Jon Dorfman, Sheng-Feng Chen, Stanley Ilin, Rie Ito,
Rigging Lead: Tony Barbieri
Riggers: Yaron Canetti, Stanley Ilin, Goo Shun Wang
Environment Lead: Anthony Patti
Environment: Andreas Berner, Helen Choi, Tatch Lertwirojkul, Borja Pena
Matte Paintings by Dylan Cole
Compositing Lead: Jason Conradt
Compositors: Danny Kamhaji, Molly Schwartz, Matt St. Leger, Bee Jin Tan
Paint Artist: Stephania Gallico
Flame conform and finishing: Cecilia Chien, Jamie Scott, Joe Vitale
Editors: Brett Goldberg, Cass Vanini
Pipeline Development: Clay Budin, Damon Ciarelli, Josh Frankel
Live Action Prod company: Seven Senses, Madrid (Spain)
Director: Andreas Hoffman
Executive Producer: Alvaro Weber
Producer: Alvaro Weber
Director of Photography: David Carretero
Sound Design: Amber
Sound Designer: Bill Chesley
Executive Producer: Kate Gibson
Final Mix: Sound Lounge
Mixer: Philip Loeb
Via: glossy / Ads of the World
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Monday, August 13, 2007
Thursday, August 09, 2007
Wednesday, August 08, 2007
For the last few years Sporting has been selling their Gamebox pack with season tickets, every year the sales have been growing steadily. For the 07/08 season, to achieve a more widespread interest with a better ROI, Sporting focused on the Internet and mobile marketing along with the TV advert.
Through an interactive video, users can place their name and phone number to receive a call by Sportings' coach Paulo Bento, with distinct scenarios according to the call feedback. With cellphones reaching a market penetration over 117% in Portugal, the viral effort is aiming to get 40000 subscriptions and appeal to a younger audience through a different media channel.
Agency: DraftFCB Lisbon (Portugal)
Creative Director: Duarte Pinheiro de Melo
Art Director: Bruno Mota
Copywriter: Marcos Drummond
Production: Garage Films, Lisbon (Portugal)
Director: Ernesto Bacalhau
This is what Wieden+Kennedy Studio said about the movie clip:
Here is a trailer from W+K Shanghai's Feng Liu. He discovered this small city in Northern China by the border of North Korea which fell in love with beat boxing.
This is about a young beat box trio who later W+K brings to Shanghai for their first big city on-stage performance. Our encourgement for our staff to personally dig deep into the culture of art, music, design and youth has given the office wonderful insights and our own creative content. This curiosity and sense of personal exploration has helped brand the office as a place of inspiration, without depending on our clients.
The full documentary is to come and W+K Shanghai will negotiate for a proper media release.
Via: Brainstorm #9
Agency: Contrapunto, Madrid (Spain)
Creative Directors: Antonio Montero, Carlos Jorge, Felix del Valle
Production Company: Lee Films (Spain)
Director: Luis Alonso
Via: advertising for peanuts / 10 advertising
Tuesday, August 07, 2007
Lightwriting in London by the Lichtfaktor crew. An amazing new technique achieved by setting the camera to long time exposure and writing with flash lights on the landscape.
Star Wars Vs Star Trek on Sky Movies Sci-Fi & Horror from August 6th - 12th 2007
Music: The Green Man: Basswerk
Thanks to lichtfaktor
Agency: Cutwater, San Francisco (US)
Creative Directors: Travis Britton, Chuck McBride, Joe Kayser
Production Company: RSA Films, Los Angeles (US)
Director: Jake Scott
Producer: Fran McGivern
Editor: Catherine Bull
Visual Effects: The Mill
FX Supervisor: Gabrielle Gourrier
CG: Robert Kolbeins
Flame: David Parker, Phil Crowe
Music: Jonathan Edwards - Sunshine
Via: advertising for peanuts / Everything's Better With Brentter
Here’s Brett Foraker’s new Sony Blu-ray Disc commercial.
The advert was filmed on location in Hungary within a working industrial chimney, with all shots taken in the absence of any form of natural light. A bank of lasers capture the action of gladiators battling futuristic robo-cops and suped-up motor cars being dropped from a sheer height (hence the industrial chimney).
Agency: Fallon London (UK)
Creative Directors: Juan Cabral, Richard Flintham
Creatives: Lawrence Seftel, Dave Day
Account Director: Rachel Emms
Production: RSA Films Ltd London (UK)
Director: Brett Foraker
Director of Photography: Daniel Landin
Editor: Adam Rudd @ Final Cut
Post Production: The Moving Picture Company
Monday, August 06, 2007
zZz is playing: Grip is a video for the band zZz. Its a one take, top shot videoclip with trampoline gymnasts simulating typical video effects. The video has been recorded live as part of the opening 'Nederclips' at the Stedelijk museum 'S-Hertogenbosch SM'S (curated by Bart Rutten).
The project was commissioned by the TAX-videoclipfonds and an important criteria was that the audience of the opening was be able to witness the whole shoot, another criteria was that it should be added to the exhibition imediately after the shoot was done. So we had no option to reshoot or edit if something went wrong. This made us so focussed that we did better that any of us have could imagined.
Thanks to Edu for the tip.