Munchery is a food delivery service made up of in-house chefs, rather than say GrubHub that delivers food from your favorite restaurants. They even have kid's meals. San Francisco-based MUH-TAY-ZIK HOF-FER created the first campaign for Munchery.
Toronto-based creative agency The Garden rebranded IZ – a company dedicated to the creation of sophisticated and functional clothing for people using wheelchairs, founded by renowned designer Izzy Camilleri. Moving away from traditional retail, Garden placed IZ in the cause marketing arena, with an initiative called Access10.
These striking print ads have won adam&eveDDB the Grand Prix for Press at this years Epica Awards held in Berlin. Taking the concept of arrival and translating it into a clever product-based visual, we imagine liners, sailboats and galleons, all made up of items we might buy in-store.
Ad agency MUH-TAY-ZIK HOF-FER has created a fully integrated campaign for Munchery, a ready-to-heat food delivery service. Titled ‘Dinner Is Home,’ the idea is about loving your home and the moments made possible by having the best ready-to-heat meals delivered to your door, not just the fact that it's convenient.
Carlsberg Hof beer hasn't changed a bit in over 80 years. that is, until today. Now, this classic beer is brewed only with 100% organic ingredients. Good for planet! Tasty for you! To celebrate this, M&C Saatchi recycled one of the most famous slogans in the world, with a little touch of Carlsberg. Puntastic.
If only we had a dollar for every emotion directed at cancer, we could save lives. Well, according to Charity Watch , ACS CEO John Seffrin was compensated $1,404,269, making him the 7th highest CEO. There's some money we could use.
Mint Vinetu is a bookstore in Lithuania. And NEW! creative agency wants you to give your old books new life by selling them, so others can rediscover the authors you haven't read in forever. Kinda silly and creepy, too!
"Discover a new side of Liseberg - dare you stay after 5 pm?" So reads the line that appears on the poster which changes at night, a technique that involves printing on both side of the paper to take advantage of the three lights in the poster stand.