Arno Salters of Stink and Wieden+Kennedy/Tokyo got together for on a new campaign, highlighting the infinite gaming possibilites of the new PlayStation 3 MOVE controller.
Welcome to America Li Ning. Now, where’d you get those shoes? Agency: Zambezi
When I hear or see the letters LG, I think of cell phones, but LG is also into dust suppression. Agency: Young & Rubicam/NY Production Company: Psyop
Dan’s post today on Jeff Goodby’s PR efforts on behalf of Chevy led me to look a little closer at the work his agency is producing for the car company. Pretty pictures and Hal Riney-like voice over make for good commericals. But what about this promise to care for the environment? Isn’t that off brand? […]
I’m watching University of Oregon versus University of Arizona compete on ESPN right now. Which means I’m also watching these commercials from the two schools and the Pac 10 Conference.
There are all types of Santas out there: Ultra-organized “Savvy Santas,” last minute “Procrastisantas,” even Won’t-Stop-Until-the-Last-Deal-is-Mine “Power Santas.” So this year, Sears and Young & Rubicam Chicago are encouraging everyone to “Be the Santa You Want to Be.” Director Geordie Stevens and The Onion helped bring the idea to life.
To kick off the release of the Colorado Lottery’s Holiday Scratch games, Denver agency Cactus partnered with Fueld Films gives us a peek into the inner thoughts of Santa’s reindeer.
I love how Marcus Thomas and Kent State Folk Fest tap into the need for analog today. The need is palpable, but not always evident. Given the festival’s social media presence and request for press coverage, Adfreak writer David Gianatasio argues that “the whole back-to-basics counterculture thing is a sham and these faux-hippies are tappin’ […]