On 28, May 2015 | No Comments | In | By mattandwayne
Here’s some other stuff we’ve done.
DIRECTOR: Nicolai Fuglsig
We played a round of golf in downtown Toronto.
DIRECTOR: Ulf Johansson
We positioned Golden Wonder as the down-to-earth, honest brand they are. Nothing fancy, just bloody good crisps…..
Here’s another spot in the campaign.
McDonald’s ‘Great Tastes of the World’
We created a series of spoof tourist films for the five week promotion.
Week one – Australia.
And the rest of the campaign, featuring Brazil, Canada, Italy and finally, South Africa.
DIRECTOR: Mike Long
We recreated the moon landing. On a sound stage in Prague where they used to make WWII Nazi propaganda films.
THE CO-OPERATIVE REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY
For the 100 year anniversary of World war I, the Co-Operative supermarket wanted to respect the 2 minute Remembrance Day silence in their stores.
WALLS ICE CREAM ‘FIRST AID FOR KIDS’ RADIO CAMPAIGN
Grazed knees? Bee stung arms? Walls Ice Cream will make it all better.
(And a bronze Cannes Lion helps cheer you up too.)
THE FIELD MUSEUM’S GHENGIS KHAN EXHIBITION ’2 SIDES’ RADIO CAMPAIGN
An interactive radio campaign that got listeners to interact with the exhibit before they got to the museum.
DIRECTOR: Peter Thwaites
We created a commercial which celebrates movement – the very thing that Shell creates.
PHOTOGRAPHER: Ross Feighery
We helped Chicago’s Field Museum advertise a number of high profile exhibitions.
Shot in the bowels of the Field Museum itself, we built and shot some of their latest exhibits in extreme crates.
Next, an an exhibition of bioluminescent creatures.
The campaign was so successful, the target for annual visitors was hit within the first 3 months of launch.
McDONALDS GREAT TASTES OF AMERICA
Director: Ulf Johansson
A good old fashioned campaign of 3 ads – promoting a different McDonald’s burger each week in their Great Tastes of America promotion. First up, The Tennessee Stack.
Week two – The New York Stack.
And week three – The Tex Mex.
DIRECTOR: John Hillcoat
The launch ad for the new Samsung S7 handset, bringing to life the low light capabilities of the phones camera.
This is what adweek thinks of it: