So, if you were Eran Creevy, that made the "running man" move ultra-cool despite it's inherent naffness, what would be your next move?

Why, line-dancing zombies of course.

Creevy explains;

As soon as I heard the track it just made me think of a movie, and I wanted to seize the chance to create my own world, we went after it, usual musicvideo casting wouldn't do we went down every avenue to get the most interesting people, the coolest clothes, everyone went the extra mile to make the details of the video spot on, and that made the difference for me.

This Amnesty International print campaign comes from Unitas/RNL, Santiago

Not that bad, but.. ahem.. if I "Put my client hat on" here for a second (quit throwing markers at me!) - couldn't one say that simply burning the image really isn't much help at all. I prefer ad ideas where the candle burns the ropes, thus setting prisoners free, that sort of thing. Aw, nevermind me, I'm really stiff today.

 

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Have you been seeing these little things in the footer of emails recently too?

How it is made:
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P Please consider the environment before printing this email.

Here's the thing though, I haven't printed an email since 1997. Not printing papers doesn't do much at all as an active environmentalist act. So I have another question for you email-green-peeps; What type of electricity do you use? Are your computers on at all times? Is your companies server hosted in the cheapest possible colocation space, where you're probably using un-eco friendly electricity 24/7 all year, or have you found a green alternative? Adland is hosted at memset, a carbon neutral company, because - duh - I actually think about these things and worry about my carbon footprint which includes worrying about this servers impact on our environment. I guess what I'm saying is, next time you sent one of those silly little things out in your email, consider what that email travels through. Being green isn't only about saving paper.

And to make matters worse, this thing always creates a page 2 when printing that email. Aaaarrrghhh.

Grey Bucharest in Romania created this "one drop" Fairy ad where if you lift the drop up, all the food items written in the spiral come off the plate. Cute (click on the image to see full file). Kudos to: Claudiu Dobrita/Stefan Vasilachi, Creative Director, Cristina Popescu ,Copywriter, and Mihai Tenovici, Art Director.

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