From Y&R São Paulo we get this totally visually driven idea for national Geographic - and forgive me but my immediate thought was "Did National Geographic really approve this?"
Arla is the cheese that doesn't over promise. It's not about being able to climb a mountain. More like getting the vacuuming done because it's high on protein and low on fat. Fun art direction.
Last year, the San Diego Zoo's northern white rhino died, leaving just three left on the planet. M&C Saatchi LA used the rhino horns as an EKG to remind us all that time is almost out, but that we could help end extinction through conservation, not just of the northern white rhino but other animals too, if we go to http://endextinction.org/ to donate.
France has had it rough for years now because America had been getting all the cool stuff first. Sometimes they'd have to wait years before they'd get the cool stuff we had. Like Jeans and an electric guitar. In the case of cupcakes, they had to wait for sixty years. No joke. And don't even get them started on entertainment. When it comes to our TV, they often have to wait an entire season before they get to catch up. Until now! Game of Thrones, season six, will air at the exact same time it airs in America, April 25th, at three in the morning France time.
To promote its “WASD” gaming brand in China, Hewlett Packard China is targeting hardcore gamers with a campaign in gaming magazines and conventions under the enigmatic platform "Gamers Know."
We all know this injury (at least if you are master race) as "The Mark of a True Gamer”, a nod to those who have spent countless hours playing their favourite games but has yet to invest in a proper wrist-rest. With this image HP winks to the gamer crowd, hoping to appeal to gamers in preparation for the release of a series of ultra powerful computers over the next few months.