An epidemic has been ravaging Generation Y in recent years. No, it’s no yo-yos or glowsticks. It’s HIPSTER, Commonly known as HIPSTER or “Hyper Involuntary Panic Stress Tension Elevation Response”, is a disease that is raging through a disturbing number of Generation Y. It Normally afflicts men and women between the ages of 16 and 35, and can be self-diagnosed by a number of all-too-recognizable symptoms. The disease seems to make all those infected overtly obnoxious, cynical, and pretentious. Some even lose grasp of the current times, wearing clothes that were once fashionable decades previous. Carries can often be seen taking pictures of food, rather than eating it…. Read More »
Campaign: Life of a plant Agency: Armando Testa, Milan Client: Vigorplant Potting Soil A long haired ginger, nudest, Wokie, who loves plants and Wii tennis. Sounds like the perfect person to advertise Potting Soil, wouldn’t you agree? This inspired advert by Armando Testa gives you a whole new perspective on a plants life, even if watching it is rather disturbing.
Campaign: LG – Victorias’ Secret Agency: George Patts Y&R, Sydney, Australia Client: LG In this ‘somewhat’ bizarre ad from Y&R Australia, LG seems to have solved the obesity problem that is currently plaguing western culture. So now instead of a gastric bypass’s the NHS will be issuing all obese people with a LG vacuum cleaners.
Campaign: Piss-Off Agency: ACHTUNG!, Amsterdam Client: Waternet Every April in Holland the country celebrates Queen’s Day. In Amsterdam hundreds of thousands of locals and visitors alike, hit the street to celebrate and party in a boundless sea of orange, beer and music. One undesirable consequence of this yearly event is the hordes of partygoers that urinate in the city’s canals during national holiday. To discourage people from urinating in the cities water supply ‘Waternet’ (Amsterdam’s biggest water supplier), hired advertising agency ‘Achtung!’ to do a campaign that would tempt wannabe urinators away from depositing their urine in the city’s canals…. Read More »
Campaign: Share Your Newspaper Creatives: Dentsu Client: The Tokyo Shimbun The Tokyo Shimbun Newspaper industry is suffering the same fate as many other leading city papers around the world, so the guys at ‘The Tokyo Shimbun’, one of Tokyo’s leading newspapers have been trying to find new ways for the paper to connect with readers. Taking into account the demographic of their readers (and their readers family) they came up with an Augmented Reality Reader app for kids, bringing a little extra life to the boring old newspaper, and maybe… just maybe, a few new readers for the future! The iPhone App tracks specific… Read More »