This radio spot from Ireland encourages you to pay for your radio license and avoid a huge fine. Because "watching TV in your underpants shouldn't be a crime." Hats off to Publicis Dublin for bringing the funny-- and to RTÉ for not being your typical Government stick-in-the-mud client.
"First world problem? yes. Costly one? You're damn right." This spot is encouraging young Irish men and women to pay the piper for their TV license, otherwise they're fined a crazy amount of dosh. Nice use of the word "Flamingo" in this one.
Agency – Publicis Dublin
Title: Unfortunate Stories
Creative Director – Ronan Nulty
Copywriter – Luke O’ Reilly
Agency Producer – Rachel Murray
Account Executive – Ian Hollinshead
Account Director – Shona Byrne
Marketing Manager – Anne Faulkner
DFRI, the Swedish organisation for digital rights, sent a handful och activists to the city of Västerås, to block the tracking of mobile phones the city is doing. In the photo above Anders Sundman informs a passer-by of the activity, while the device seen on the statue is actively blocking the monitoring of peoples phones.
The song "Stubborn Love" by The Lumineers is the soundtrack to this story of brothers, where the younger one admires his older brother. He lights up when his older brother gets a glove for christmas, and borrows it every chance he gets.