I love the work StrawberryFrog do for Onitsuka Tiger. This is yet another fantastic ad for Onitsuka.
Agency: StrawberryFrog, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Production Company: Blunt Group
Model Designer: Freedom Of Creation, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Executive Creative Director: Richard Gorodecky
Creative Director: Andrew Watson
Art Director: Andrew Watson
Agency Planner: Simon Neate-Stidson
Agency Producer: Man Yong Toh
Media Agency: Onitsuka Tiger Internal
Post-production: Magic Group
Photographer: Satoshi Minakawa
Via: The Guardian/Creativity Online
Thursday, January 31, 2008
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Don't know if you guys have seen this advert before. I haven't, and I love it, it's has such a good feel to it, great song, great look, I almost feel like eating salad cream even if I don't like it.
Agency: McCann Erickson London (UK)
We're used to seeing great work for Harvey Nichols. what do you think of these ones?
I think the photos are fantastic, I like the concept, I'm just not sure if the balloons are fresh! I do like it though.
Agency: DDB London (UK)
Executive Creative Director: Jeremy Craigen
Art Director: Noah Regan
Copywriter: Graeme Hall
Photographer: Jonathan De Villiers
Via: The AdBlog
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
I scooped this crazy spot from glossy. I love it, I'll bet good money it will be a winner in festivals to come.
Agency: BBDO New York (USA)
Chief Creative Officer: David Lubars
Executive Creative Director: Eric Silver
Art Director: Jerome Marucci
Copywriter: Steve McElligott
Director: Rupert Sanders
Executive Producer: Eric Stern
Producer: Laurie Boccaccio
Director of Photography: Greg Fraser
Editor: Bill Smedley
Designer: Josh Harvey
CG Animators: Jonah Friedman, Chris Hill
Sound Design: Mit Out Sound
Sound Designer: Ren Klyce
Mix: Sound Lounge
Mixer: Tom Jucarone
Monday, January 21, 2008
Great campaign for the One Show. I'm sure anyone in the creative department is going to relate to the situations. I sure can.
Via: The Hidden Persuader
I don't think this Diesel campaign is as good as some of the previous, however, as usual the photography and production is pretty good. Let me know your thoughts on this campaign. Is the formula loosing its charm?
Agency: Marcel (Paris, France)
Creative Directors: Frederic Temin, Anne de Maupeou
Art Directors: Nicolas Chauvin, Romin Favre
Copywriters: Eric Jannon, Dimitri Guerassimov
Photographer: Laurie Bartley
Via: NOTCOT/I Believe in Advertising
Sorry for the lack of posting lately guys, I've been in London for the last few days, in a very much needed holiday, and in search of some new inspiration.
I start off with something some of you might already know about. It's new to me and I hope new to quite a few readers, it's called Musicovery, and basically it's an interactive digital radio website. You can choose the type of music, the decade, your mood, etc, and based on that they make a selection of tunes for you to listen. Definitely worth checking it out!
Wednesday, January 09, 2008
I have never seen this ad, but it's obviously old, probably from the 80's or 70's. However I could see this ad being used to sell todays "cool" beers, of course it would need some updating. I like the serious tone mixed with the ridiculousness of the situations. What do you guys think?