This first person POV spot of a girl's journey from birth to giving birth is for the Discovery Life Channel. Now I know what you're thinking. "The Discovery Channel already focuses on my favorite reality subjects: Survivng in the wilderness, Cars, Sharks and Myth Busting.
To generate awareness for the Icelandic Cancer Society's "Mottumars," which is like Movember, except it's for your ass. Simply put this ad starts with a guy getting a slap on the ass from a doctor who admires his squeaky clean colon.
To coincide with International Women's Day, March 8th, WCRS partnered with Ocean Outdoor to create an interactive billboard, in London's Canary Wharf. On the billboard is a woman with bruises on her face, with the line "Look at me." Uding facial recognition technology, the more people who look at the billboard, the more her face slowly heals.
Gunderson Health System is different, from other healthcare companies. Rather than give us something fake and chirpy, they went created a campaign featuring a more intense, but inspiring form of storytelling.
For this spot for Gunderson Health System, to show that they're different from other hospitals and give health care with emphasis on the word "care," the starring role is the dog. And it's a real therapy dog, too.
Oh floaty shoes. Where do you go on your journey? And why do you only come down to earth when you have to go to work? Is it because your freedom is lost? Is it because even the lightest shoes can't float when shackled to their corporate desks? Yes. Yes it is.