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NiagaraChamber.org - "Post-Box Waterfall" - ambient, USA

I haven't seen a mailbox this clever since those R2-D2 mailboxes invaded the USA - KNARF New York used the blue curved mailboxes as media space for the Niagara Falls tourism posters for NiagaraChamber.org


ad agency: http://knarfny.com/
Frank Anselmo : Creative Director
Jane Lee, Sue Won Chang, Frank Anselmo : Art Director
Jane Lee, Sue Won Chang, Frank Anselmo : Copywriter

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Maquisjet - worldwide leader in private aviation - (2009) :15 (USA)

Maquisjet - worldwide leader in private aviation - (2009) :15 (USA)

Post game

Seriously?

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Priceline - Help / William Shatner - (2009) :30 (USA)

Priceline - Help / William Shatner - (2009) :30 (USA)

Regional Super Bowl commercial.

Erich Joiner of bicoastal Tool takes the baton on two quirky spots for Priceline.com via Butler Shine Stern & Partners. William Shatner is back as the priceline negotiator and here he acts as Cyrano to the husband who delivers a painfully (funny) poor Whilliam Shatner impersonation.

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Hamburg Railways - Airport Mural - poster, Germany

Teaser on the walls at the airport the baggage belt created by Simon+Matthias (cw & ad) Düsseldorf to announce the new train. Translation: "From December your direct connection to the city."

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Air France - Parasol, Heels, Corset - print, France

To execute this campaign BETC Euro RSCG, Paris rang up photographer Camilla Akrans. The visuals show the Air France aircraft’s trajectory (the white line) fusing with the passengers' clothes, such as their stiletto heel, parasol or even corset.

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Tourism Queensland - flasher stunt, Australia

The Objective: To make Queensland the number one choice for a winter holiday.
The Idea: To have bikini-clad ladies and bathing suited boys in heavy coats flashing people all over town. 24 male and female models ran about Melbourne and Sydney flashing people, targeting commuters in the chilly gray mornings.

The trench coats were lined with a Queensland backdrop, putting the swimsuit clad models on the beach.
The Flashers also handed out business cards, directing commuters to the tourism Queensland website where they could win a winter holiday to Queensland.

The Results: The event gained coverage from all major media networks, including prime time TV reports, plus newspaper coverage.

Silent video (something must be broken) inside.

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Westin Auckland - Fashion week - print, New Zealand

Those crazy fashionistas will make underwear out of anything. Why, I don't know. But they will.

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William Beaver House – Beaver Butler (2008) Print (USA)

Here's an ad selling a service called Beaver Butler. Looking at the visual, do you have any idea what it is? Beaver Butler is a video surveillance service! Really? Maybe I'm just pervy but it sounds like something else to me.

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Travelocity / Zuji Online Travel - The Zuji Beans promotion - Australia

Here's an interesting twist, in order to sell travel, they sold beans. Strategic agency The Hallway teamed up with creative agency Happy Soldiers to promote Zuji travel site. The main positioning for Zuji is "a company that is ‘Helping holidays happen’" so they set out to prove it, by way of cheap beans.

Logic is, that by saving money on everyday items, you can save up some dosh for a getaway trip somewhere fun. To kickoff the campaign, Hallway/Happy Soldiers created "Zuji baked beans" and sold them for just 10c a can. They even opened a few Zuji Bean Shops in Australia’s major cities and set up Zuji Beans stalls all around the country, selling nothing but cheap Zuji Beans. There was also print, outdoor, radio, DM and online ads to let people know about the beans = save for travels connection.

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Paris Las Vegas - Jack of Spades (2008) Print (USA)

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