The SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal) in Auckland, New Zealand, desired to show that abandoned dogs can be loving and aren’t second-class animals. In order to convey this message and show how smart these dogs are, they worked together with trainer Mark Vette, MINI New Zealand and advertising company DraftFCB to teach them how to drive. To find out more visit www.drivingdogs.co.nz
How can you be creative and effective in finding new and alternative media spaces? In order to get the attention of the public opinion on the problem of street fights in public entertainment spaces in Ekaterinburg, russian local magazine It’s My City took over the media spaces on the streets where the army was rehearsing the Victory Day Parade.
Advertising Agency: Red Pepper, Ekaterinburg, Russia
Creative Director: Danil Golovanov, Nikita Kharisov
Art Director: Irina Korotich, Evgeny Kharchenko
Copywriter: Ivan Sosnin
Illustrator: Egor Holkin
Here the third TV spot for the “33 by ASICS” collection.
Ad agency: Vitro Creative Chairman: John Vitro Creative Director: KT Thayer Copywriter: Simone Nobili Art Director: Kevin Cimo
Client: Corny Netherlands Agency: Fitzroy Amsterdam Account: Marnix Tiggeloven, Nazli Parlayan Strategy: Jur Baart Copywriter: Merlijn van Vliet Art Director: Wouter Vanhaeren Production agency: We are Will Producties .
Directed by Jason Fialkow at Egg Films, Y&R’s client, Playboy South Africa has come out with a new TV commercial. The idea behind the Ad is all about reaffirming the impact Playboy has had on popular culture through the decades. This iconic brand has been going since 1953 and has seen many fads, trends and styles come and go but has always kept itself relevant to its readers by delivering more than just a centerfold.