Levi’s new international campaign, “Make Our Mark,” aims to evoke an inner artist in every person and links to the art project-on-the-wheels, “Station To Station,” which is now being rolled out across the U.S. through September 28. The new campaign, developed by AKQA , invites people to ponder over their creative identities and get inspired by a roster of experts in the fields ranging from music to writing to technology.
The American fashion brand Kenneth Cole provided a unique perspective at its Spring 2014 collection during the New York Fashion Week show, which took place on September 7. With the help of the AKQA digital agency and Vine, a Twitter-based app for sharing 6-sec videos, the brand managed to demonstrate how the new collection was seen through the eyes of popular video bloggers, such as Meagan Cignoli, known for her stop-motion Vine videos, Jesse Hlebo, Jason Mante and others. As a result, a “breathing” wall of over 120 short Vine films that document the Kenneth Cole Spring 2014 show, was created.
Even those Londoners who are absolutely indifferent to games in general and newly released Xbox360’s “Halo 4″ in particular, couldn’t have missed a spectacular aerial lighting performance, which the game publisher organised yesterday to celebrate the launch of the next blockbuster installment in the UK.
Google has re-imagined its Creative Sandbox platform to deliver inspiration to creative minds in advertising agencies across the globe through successful online ad projects. For the past four years, Creative Sandbox used to be a title for offline events hosted by Google for creatives, but now it has expanded to an online treasure box of groundbreaking experiences. The destination is showcasing digital campaigns’ case studies, unveiling the basic components of the projects, and inviting ad professionals and emerging creators to explore and share the best examples of digital work.
To support its eco-friendly 100% electric Leaf car model, Nissan has rolled out an original project. The automaker gave ten Leafs to Battersea-based Climate Cars drivers to offer London and Amsterdam citizens a chip—each mile in a Nissan Leaf costs only 1.75p in electricity consumed—taxi service over a weekend. Nissan Leaf is six times cheaper to drive as taxi service and has zero-emission.
The Eurobest Festival drew to a close last night with the announcement of the 2011 winners at the much anticipated Awards Ceremony which took place at the São Luiz Theatre in Lisbon. The jury awarded a total of 398 winners from over 4800 entries. Germany took home the most awards (103 trophies), followed by France (52), Sweden (41), Belgium (36) and United Kingdom (33).
Old Navy, a popular American apparel brand, has rolled out a web and mobile telenovela, Estilos Robados, or ‘Stolen Styles.’ With this saga, the company aims to reach 20-something Hispanic women that are passionate about fashion. The episodes are to attract their attention with comedy and drama scenes from the life of a hot TV star Isabella Reyes.
Each of the brands thanks to its Facebook friends in their own way. Recently, Porsche has presented its 911 GT3 R Hybrid model adorned with the signatures of more than 27,000 Porsche followers to mark the brand’s reaching the landmark of 1 million fans on Facebook. On the occasion of getting 1, 000,000 ‘likes’ on the most popular social media website, Heineken created a light-hearted projects with beautiful models dressed in tees featuring a branded FB ‘like’ icon—a hand, holding a green bottle of beer.
2010 marks the 10th anniversary of AdWords, and as a way of acknowledging each of their clients personally, Google headquarters in Mountain View, California and AKQA San Francisco put their heads together to come up with a unique way of saying thank you. The result, an idea for a personalised web film which is seemingly created especially for that advertiser.