The International Network Advertisers Without Borders, founded by Guillermo Caro (Argentina) in 2002 has had the initial support of Neil French and David Droga, among others, will launch its global campaign "Hero" produced by a team of committed professionals (see specifications below .) The campaign goal is to add new advertising professionals and engage them as volunteers to donate at least a year campaign for a social cause that improves the quality of life of the community. In this way, seeks to multiply the impact and generate large changes in local, regional and global, as are the social problems can be solved or opportunities you wish to propose changes, so we can all live in a better world. We have a dream and if you're reading this because you are part. Join the network entering http://www.awbnetwork.org (http://www.facebook.com/awbnetwork.org) and forwards this information to other colleagues who believe, like you, that advertising achieves the impossible.
A punkish girl travels to a wedding, an older man travels to a date, a young boy runs from his tormentors as he travels to school, an older couple are going for gasoline... The bus will take you there, wherever there is.
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Meet Tipsy, a puppeteered wine bottle character enhanced with photo real animation that sings about the film festival in Sonoma. He loves film. He loves good food. And he loves to drink – a little too much.
CHICAGO - The principals of design-focused production studio Leviathan (www.lvthn.com) are very proud to announce the debut of their collaborations with executives from integrated marketing communications agency Hoffman York in Chicago and the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago (MSI). Two new :30 broadcast spots created by Leviathan recently began airing through targeted local cable, broadcast and online media placements, including "Science Rules!" which debuted this week.
This. People, this is why I wanted to get into advertising. It's not the media chosen, it's the idea, it's the message, it's the spread, and here it all comes together beautifully. Reinvigorating an entire country, encouraging them to dust off their shoulders, look to the future and get back to working together for a better life. A well deserved win last night for Memac Ogilvy Label Tunis in the Dubai Lynx awards. Every single media was used, 6 brands and 5 major Tunisian media went all in on the idea, it took off like fire on twitter. This, my friends, is great.
Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/ Y&R has been appointed by BBC Radio 5 live to launch a new TV campaign that aims to truly get under the skin of the station, and promote the network’s new positioning theme – ‘straight to the heart of things’.
Launched on Monday 21st March in what is set to be an executional first. The newly created campaign aired every evening that week having only been created the very same day to demonstrate the unique, dynamic way that 5 live delivers its daily shows.
Radio 5 live broadcasts award-winning news, sport and topical issues to a national audience, and the new campaign is designed to showcase the diverse output of the channel.
Directed by the acclaimed husband-and-wife team of Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris who are well-respected for their work on music videos and commercials and also received an Academy Award nomination for the film Little Miss Sunshine. Their unique vision brings to life America’s finest agents experiencing larger-than-life insurance scenarios in Professor Burke’s incredible classroom. Professor Burke is actor J.K. Simmons (Juno, Spider Man, Law & Order).
Professor Burke uses a flame-thrower and a giant lint ball to show agents the dangers of laundry-room fires.
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University of Farmers print executions were created with the help of Nadav Kander, an accomplished photographer who has won several prestigious awards. “We wanted to extend the fantastical nature of the TV campaign into print. Teaching installations framed by a university classroom engage the viewer visually and teach them something new, demonstrating Farmers expertise,” said Laura Hauseman, associate creative director and art director. These ads will begin running in April publications.
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TBWA Italy announce First Floor Under's exhibition on pop-culture and piracy by showing... dead artist portrayed in pirated CD's. Interesting. So CD killed the video star? In Jim Morrison's case, I thought it was the drugs, man.
Jung von Matt gets attention for the concert hall - Konzerthaus Dortmund - by selling "concert-milk" made from the milk of cows who listened to classical music.
Let's get ready to ruuuummmmmble! LeBron James and a buddy argue over blame for an auto accident with escalating name-calling. State Farm is there and working, even while the boys bicker with small violins and large binkeys.
Gatorade Replay Wins at the One Show! Congrats.
Fox’s new show The X Factor had a dramatic introduction during the Super Bowl as thousands of Xs came together to form the show’s host Simon Cowell. The reverse explosion of Cowell was produced by Fox, Three (One) O, Park Village Productions in collaboration with effects powerhouse Zoic Studios.
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