Swedish broadband provider ume.net demonstrated how irritating and frustrating time lag can be via a series of real-life experiments.
Following its emotional “Likes don’t save lives” campaign, UNICEF Sweden continues communicating the message of how important monetary support is.
Only one “freshly renamed” Klaus-Heidi with a Swedish passport will get a chance to become a Berliner at the company's expense.
The goal of the campaign is to raise awareness of the problem, and get more people to sign the petition to support the law enforcement.
UNISEF Sweden has released a series of striking commercials that encourages audience to give money, not just likes, for charitable causes.
Stockholm Art Week encourages anyone in the capital of Sweden to become an artist and join the powerful art movement, using digital technologies. During the event (February 11—17), an iPhone app is launched...
IKEA has teamed up with LIKEatchitects to create a hilarious light installation. The Portuguese studio, which has collaborated with the brand on several projects before...
The brand has invited Swedish supermodel Caroline Winberg, fashion designer Ida Sjöstedt and musician Alan Gilbert to uncover the true passion for quality in a new creative campaign.