Greenpeace – A New Warrior

The Super Mega Rainbow Updater – Skittles Viral Marketing

The Verbalizer: Having Fun With Google Voice

The Verbalizer is an open source dev/electronics board, meaning it’s basically a cool little custom built microphone, accompanied with a bunch of open source code to let you utilise Google Voice Search in all sorts of ways, in fact, in anyway you can think of!

Social Media Revolution No3

Here is the world famous Socialnomics “Social Media Revolution” video #3 and it’s been completely updated with statistics current as of June 2011. Created by Erik Qualman from Socialnomics, the video is essentially an animated infographic telling the story of how social is taking over the world through an array of great, current statistics… This year the sound track has changed, but as much as I love the video, the sound has some how got even worse!

The Twitter Job Hustle Experiment

Here is something a little fun for the weekend, it’s called The Twitter Job Hustle experiment, a clever campaign concocted by Bas van de Poel and Daan van Dam in an attempt to score a new job at a leading advertising agency. The pair make up the creative team known as Wonder Years, and here is their attempt to get noticed on twitter…

Pringles Crunch Band Rockutorial

Here is a cool new promotion just launched for Pringles to help celebrate the summer music festival. The Pringles Crunch Band consists of native iPhone and Android apps that are used to play one of 15 virtual instruments, all depending how you utilise the accelerometer.

Talking Robot Mouth Mimics Human Speech

I think Professor Soata have to work a little harder to get this work right. But cudos for trying.

100 Years: Pitch To David Ogilvy iPhone App

To celebrate David Ogilvy’s 100th birthday, Ogilvy have launched a fun iPhone app that allows any aspiring creative to pitch ideas via video call, straight to the great man himself. If you’re onto a good idea, you’ll know almost instantly, with praise from David Ogilvy among the rewards, but if not, and your idea sucks, he’ll let you know in no uncertain terms…
The app was crated by Ogilvy Asia / Ogilvy Digital Lab, and is available on the App Store for free. So download that and have a crack to celebrate David Ogilvy’s 100th birthday.


Awesome K-SWISS: Kenny Powers

Danny McBride plays the amazing role of Kenny Powers in the series Eastbound & Down. This strange character now supposedly became CEO or as he calls it MFCEO of K-SWISS. Kenny completely replaced the management of the company with sports celebrities. You might recognise, NFL stars Matt Cassel and Patrick Willis, MMA champions Jon “Bones” Jones and Urijah Faber, and super-trainer Jillian Michaels. They’re all supporting the company’s new mission statement: Kenny is the CEO, and you shut up. Below you can see the official commercial. After the jump there is a behind the scenes video and 13 other short ads all completely in the typical Kenny Powers style. If you liked him on the show you should definitely check them all out.

Vivident: I’m not your father

Is Italy going after Japan for the most strangest commercial? In the following ad, things go unexpected, something no one could preview.. Funny or a bit over the top? Let us know! VIA

Drive Times: For Sale

The Cape Times newspaper supplement, the Drive Times, is one of the more reliable places to look if you’re interested in buying a vehicle. In order to demonstrate this, the newspaper went about dramatising just the opposite by creating three rather interesting characters who are attempting to sell their vehicles. When interested people called their number, they hear the following hilarious conversation.


SunSmart: Cut out

“Cutting your sun exposure is easier than cutting out a skin cancer” is the slogan for the new SunSmart campaign in Australia. So in order to cut sun exposure they’ve built in a free sunscreen dispenser into this billboard.


Sapporo: Shadow Motion Projection

The goal for this campaign was to spread the legend of Sapporo beer beyond the sushi bar. Therefore Dentsu Inc, created a motion projection, were people could let their shadow be transformed into a giant legendary Japanese character. Three characters were made, a sumo wretsler, a samurai and a geisha. Another successful campaign by Dentsu Inc!


Conselho nacional do sesi: The world’s biggest hug

The symbol of this awareness campaign for child abuse is a simple hug. But Monumenta Brazil didn’t keep it simple. The massive statue of Christ the Redeemer at Rio de Janeiro was used to create the world’s biggest hug. By using projection technology it appeared the statue gave hugs instead of spreading his arms.


Worlds First Ever Animated Tattoo

Gain access to more creative minds at http://www.facebook.com/ballantines.
On June the 16th 2011 Paris based tattoo artist K.A.R.L. realised the first ever animated tattoo. Streamed live on Facebook, users accessed his mind through the Human API, shared his thoughts and influenced the tattoo. Log in now to the Human API at http://www.facebook.com/ballantines. Share a creative mind's thoughts, chat, ask questions and help him make the creative calls as he works live online. Leave an Impression.

Thanks to @ola for the tip!


Volkswagen Augmented Reality Advergame

As the first manufacturer in China to host a professional racing event, Volkswagen needed to build excitement for its series and
the racing camp that would followed by sparking interest amongst car enthusiasts. Working with Ogilvy Beijing, the brand placed inserts into one of China's most popular car magazines that were shaped like the steering wheel from the car, and invited readers to take part in the 2010 Scirocco Cup Augmented Reality Challenge.


Solar Project Sinter

By installing this experiment in the middle of desert of the Sahara, Markus Kayser could explore the potential of the desert and its energy production. Worlds first eco-friendly 3D printer? I want one!


LandEscape 2011

Todays must see, truly amazing and hypnotic animation. Motion design by John H. King, shot in Paris.

Time To Change: Reactions

Another winner of the Cannes Lions, this is a spot for the English organization ‘Time to change’. A funny approach with the matching copy: “Don’t be afraid to talk about mental health”.


We miss you

Three-times-YDA-Winner in Cannes wemissyou.de check it out, it's truly beautiful stuff.

Cudos to @DrHuxtbl for the tip.