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Aw, it's as if Theodor Seuss Geisel sold out and phoned in a muffin-ad script.
Two minutes is spent on explaining this vending machine idea. Can't we make these clips shorter? The idea is rather simple, tighten the caps on Coke bottles, fill a vending machine with these prepped bottles. Put the vending machine in the most romantic park of Shanghai. Wait for young ladies to fail opening a bottle who will then need to ask the nearest man for help, hope that romantic sparks fly.
In a city where it's hard to meet people, it's a cute setup to allow for making new friends and that is very "Coke". It might not have even made anyone go on a date, but at least there was some conversation and smiles shared. And if friendships were forged, it all began over a shared Coca-cola moment. This is so on brand my head hurts.
The idea is quite nice, turn the vending machine into a slender pole, reminding people that Diet Coke is the skinny choice. The 1 minute and 44 seconds showing it off is a bit much though, the idea is easily understood it from the first shot.
The machines were spotted all over Paris, giving away free diet coke. At hairdressers, in gyms, squeezed between other vending machines, in the middle of the bridges, streets and cafés. There's even a pinterest shot in this study, no idea why anyone would be pinteresting that they spotted this machine.
Simply because of age, time is running out for Holocaust survivors. For Holocaust Memorial Day, Saatchi and Saatchi Israel decided to push the envelope with a campaign that both worked to preserve the stories of remaining survivors, and make sure teenagers heard them.
They began by recording having the Holocaust survivors tell their stories and show their tattoos. They then created the an initiative on Holocaust Memorial Day that gave teenagers in Israel and abroad temporary tattoos of Holocaust survivors. The tattoos led to a corresponding survivor's story.
Vaguely reminiscent of The Ministry of Silly Walks this spot reminds us that our legs want to walk. Especially if the journey is short. Love the strange 70's cinematography here.
Mini Cooper had an interesting series of activations to try and get people to stop texting whilst driving. The first was they took letter sculptures, and "injured," them, placing them around the city, to show the damage texting while driving can really do.
They also created Word Blocker, an app disables incoming calls and texts based on GPS and speed of vehicle.
The first part must have been stunning to see in person.
The app's effectiveness is measured by how smart the person is to enable it. And I say this because we're dealing with people dumb enough to risk their lives to send a text message, you know what I mean?
Beautifully done animation follows a Red Cross parcel as it travels to save many people in many locations.
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