Friday, March 28, 2008

Websites as graphs



This is a very cool web app/project, don't really understand what it means, I don´t know if it's a good thing to have lots of bright colored circles or not, but they do look nice. The one you see above represents advertising etc. Give it a go, and if you can read the graphic, do let me know what it means.


Via: welcome to optimism

Dancefuel: online MP3 shop for DJs



Sorry I haven't been posting lately guys. Things in the agency have been pretty hectic lately in the agency, a lot of work. Anyway, hopefully I'll be able to do some posting this weekend.
I start with this website, it's a great resource if you fancy yourself as a bit of a DJ, or even if you just like dance music. Have a great weekend :)

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Vespa: Jump




I love this new Vespa Ad. In my opinion it gets the true Vespa spirit across perfectly.

Agency: Dentsu Canada

Creative Director: Glen Hunt
Art Directors: Deborah Prenger, Carson Ting
Copywriters: Glen Hunt, Matt Williamson
Agency Producer: Amanda Loughran
Account Services: Natalie Vonlanthen-Choi, Sharon Hill
Production Company: Crush Inc, Toronto (Canada)
Director: Sean Cochrane
Director of Photography: John Lindsay
Executive Producer: Jo-ann Cook
Producer: Stephanie Pennington
Design/Animation/CG: Crush Inc, Toronto
Editorial: Mark Paiva, School Editing, Toronto (Canada)
Music & Sound Design: Grayson Matthews, Toronto (Canada)


Via: glossy

Friday, March 14, 2008

Awareness Test



I don´t know if you guys know this one, anyway, give it a go, it's quite fun, specially for such a serious matter.


Thanks to Marcos

Nike: My better is better



I love the concept behind this campaign, and the music, fantastic, some nice photography direction to.

Agency: Wieden + Kennedy, Portland (USA)
Executive Creative Directors: Jelly Helm, Steve Luker
Creative Directors: Tyler Whisnand, Mike McCommon
Copywriter: Caleb Jensen
Art Director: Taylor Twist
Agency Executive Producer: Ben Grylewicz
Agency Producer: Shannon Worley
Assistant Producer: Natalie Montgomery
Production Company: Epoch Films, Los Angeles (USA)
Director: Stacy Wall
Executive Producer: Jerry Solomon
Producer: Marc Marrie
Editor: Lucas Eskin
Post-Production: Mad River Post (USA)
Audio Post-Production: Lime Studios, Santa Monica (USA)
Mixer: Loren Silber
Effects: RIOT - Klaus
Color Correction: Stefan Sonnenfeld @ Co. 3
Titles/Graphics: Buck
Talent: LaDanian Tomlinson, Adrian Peterson, Steve Nash, Kevin Durant, Brandon Roy, Diana Taurasi, Matt Holliday, Kyle Harrison; Ryan Powell, Landon Donovan, Hope Solo, Abby Wambach, Pete Carroll
Music: Saul Williams "List of Demands"
Record Label: Cornerstone/Fader
Sound Design: Lime
Sound Designer: Loren Silber


Via: Wieden+Kennedy Studio

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Tipping the pot



Great spoof of the Guinness ad.

Credits:
Agency: AKQA
Executive Creative Director: James Hilton
Writer: Colin Byrne
Account Director: Rowena Minhas
Agency Producer: Emily Bull
Production co.: Mustard, London (UK)
Director: Dom Bridges
Producer: Lucy Hayes
Edit: Cut and Run
Editor: Nathan Perry Greene
Post Production: Smoke and Mirrors
Telecine: Smoke and Mirrors
Media Agency: Cake


Via: CR Blog

Hearing test



I think this one is brilliant. Check it out and let me know your thoughts.


Thanks to Filipa.

Benetton: Africa Works



This is a website that helps you understand the impact and importance that micro-credit has for people in Africa. Behind the program is famous Senegalese singer Youssou N'Dour.

In the words of Staci Smith who kindly sent me this project:
"Late in 2007, Benetton began documenting the progress of the loan recipients through the images of photographer James Mollison. Mollison’s photos spotlight a diverse group of entrepreneurs including a fisherman, a decorator, a musician, a farmer, and a boxer. In keeping with Benetton’s commitment to social advocacy, the images are featured on billboards and print ads in the company’s new “Africa Works” global communications campaign. Benetton’s hope is that these everyday people will become tangible symbols of an Africa that uses the dignity of work to fight poverty and take back responsibility for creating its own future"

Do check it out, it's for a very worthy cause.


Thanks to Staci Smith