The Lumia 630 has tapped into the 100-days dairy movement with a campaign that engaged young photo documentarians. As part of the campaign, the brand ran a physical pop-up store at The Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane, East London from July 2-6—the temporal gallery featured their art created around the “No compromises.”
To celebrate one of the biggest milestones in the history of Nokia and Microsoft, the acquisition of the first by the second, The Church of London has created a strikingly nice brand book for the companies’ employees. The edition includes a selection of archive photography that illustrates the companies’ past, outlines their values, ethos, vision of the future development and more.
Nokia is rolling out a color-centric campaign that is dedicated to a new milestone in the company’s history. On April 25, Microsoft has finally completed the acquisition of almost all Nokia Devices and Services business. To celebrate this, Nokia decided to pay tribute to part of its DNA—color—in a new communication effort, Not Like Everybody Else, which comes to be the first campaign after the Nokia business gets under the banner of Microsoft.
The Thomson Reuters Foundation has teamed up with Nokia to recognize international photographers who document various aspects of what it is to be a woman in the contemporary world. The competition titled “Click for Change” is calling the aspiring photojournalists and creative enthusiasts to submit their works by February 11 for a chance to continue their “investigation,” armed with Nokia Lumia 1020.
Nokia and National Geographic are calling photographers from all across the globe to share their love for travel and adventure in a new competition. The participants are encouraged to capture the spirit of adventurous touristic routes and wild nature for a chance to join world-class National Geographic photographer Stephen Alvarez on a mentoring road trip through Puerto Rico.