“If it were any more beefy, your mind would literally be blown.” This week marks the national launch of a new TV campaign from SapientNitro for ConAgra Foods’ Hebrew National brand all-beef hot dogs. The campaign features a voice over from TV’s original caped crusader Adam West. Hence, the “Kablam!” line, he delivers, although it’s […]
Leave your pet at home? That’s the job seeking advice provided by FINS, which is owned by Dow Jones, the publisher of The Wall Street Journal. I guess FINS is a career site for the slightly addled.
New work for Yahoo! from Goodby Silverstein & Partners: Production Company: Blacklist Animation Studio: SDF-1 Studios
In an extreme product demonstration, Lexus and Team One suspended a chain of 2011 models from a crane to showcase the structural integrity of the cars. Director Iain MacKenzie of Paydirt wanted the fiilm to look clean and simple but with a strong graphic feel to juxtapose the yellow color of the $375,000 LFA concept […]
Charlotte-based interactive design agency MODE has been busy cooking up some digital chops for its Checkers & Rally’s Restaurants client. Beyond creating and maintaining a new website, and social media efforts across Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, MODE is also responsible for extending the digital experience through promotional microsites, franchise development, paid digital strategy, search engine […]
Brand Communications of London works with Ecobank to provide the group with creative solutions across its affiliates in 29 African countries. Ecobank aims to support cross border trade, create accessible financial services and develop products tailored for specific customers.
Intel launched their new Visual Life consumer marketing campaign at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week. Amsterdam Worldwide, who joined Intel’s European roster a year ago and heads up the brand’s social media activity internationally, produced the spot above. Intel’s roster of agencies also includes Venables Bell (Intel’s agency of record) and Razorfish […]
Did you know that the Yellow Book is now a marketing services provider? I didn’t.