Just in time for Halloween, Nintendo and Lapiz/Leo Burnett created this ad. Don't be afraid to turn it off. Cute, especially knowing Nintendo often prompts you with in-game message to take a break from gaming and go outside and exercise.
This ad appeared in the Harvard Business Review (The Russian Edition) on behalf of Atroot Management Consulting. This ad print was developed by advertising agency Holmes&Watson with a connect-the-dots feature. This is also the first ad we've ever received from the country Georgia! So please forgive us for using Russia as the country of origin.
M&C Saatchi launched the world’s first city-wide contactless payment giving scheme called ‘Penny for London.’ It's a new donation scheme allowing Londoners to donate as little as 1p every time they make a payment. The campaign was launched by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson. Can't get more convenient than that, ands all for a good cause, too.
PartyPoker has an app that you can download to play online poker and casino games on the go. Tribal NY created these out of home ads to promote the app in New Jersey, where online gambling recently became legal.
The Vancouver Opera and DDB Canada collaborated with some street artists to create an opera that is relevant to today. These are part of the promotional posters campaign that gives you a taste of what it's like to be bullied.
Fun stuff from BETC promoting The French Crime Channel 13ème Rue. The premise is simple: whether you watch a movie, a show or an entire season, the before and after will turn you into a real sleuth and not just a couch potato. Simple and fun.
Created by Lowe Campbell Ewald this out of home campaign wants to show that domestic abuse is insidious, focusing on the universal truth that victims simply don’t see it coming. The abuser is often charming, loving, abuse is gradual, and like the proverbial frog the abused will stay while the water begins to boil around them.