As part of its «You Need To Hear This» ongoing campaign by Ogilvy & Mather London, Philips reveals an old school remixable Music Video Game online. To promote the Citiscape Headphones, the brand has revealed a digital ‘80s 16-bit style driving game that evolves into a video for the electronica band Swiss Lips’ new music piece, “Carolyn.” The effort has been developed to reach 18 to 24-year-old consumers and demonstrate them the “coolness” of the Philips Citiscape Headphones.

Philips has turned pub tables into iPods to support the brand’s new urban headphones campaign, “You Need to Hear This.” The ambient marketing project by Ogilvy & Mather London has been rolled out across bars in Eastern London, inviting consumers to enjoy specially selected music tracks from a uniquely designed table while sitting at it.

The Philips Norelco electric razor brand is stepping into the AXE zone with the new provocative campaign entitled “I’d FAQ me.” Focusing on men’s shaving, grooming and styling, the promotion euphemistically uses the FAQ abbreviation in a sense of the curse verb that sounds the same way. The idea behind the push is that Philips Norelco helps guys become extremely attractive (as well as a bit narcissistic) and build their manly confidence.

Philips has unveiled a new digital project focused on the theme of product creation processes, to support the winning and best-selling Fidelio audio range. The tech company has teamed up with Tribal DDB Amsterdam, songwriter and producer Washed Out and Gustav Johansson, Cannes Young Directors winner from Stinkdigital, London, to create an impressive audio-visual online campaign dubbed The Sound of Creation to explain the stages of creation of a truly hilarious product to users.

Philips Norelco, the iconic electric shaving and grooming products brand, has partnered with five professional hockey teams including the New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins, St. Louis Blues, Detroit Red Wings and Nashville Predators to celebrate the playoff beard. All hockey fans know what it means. Not shaving for a while to support their favorite team has remained a ritual for fans to show off their solidarity for years.