Mini Chupa Chups: Sindy, Action Man
Advertising Agency: DDB, Paris, France
Creative Director: Bertrand Pallatin
Copywriter: Gwen Vatin
Art Director: Sophie Montfort
Photographer: Nicolas Descottes
Art buyer: Marine Rolland

Sony Playstation: Victor

Advertising Agency: Del Campo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi, Argentina
Execuitve Creative Directors: Maxi Itzkoff, Mariano Serkin
Creative Director: Joaquin Espagnol, Miguel Usandivaras
Agency Executive Producer: Adrian Aspani
Producer: Lucila D’amico
Account director: Joseph Baide
Executive account : Reinier Suarez
Regional Account Coordinator: Ana Bogni
Production Company: Garlic
Director: Marcelo Burgos
Executive Producer: Alvaro Gorospe/Irene Nuñez Palma
Post Production Company: Serena
Sound Company: Sonomedia
Song: ”Young at heart” by Frank Sinatra
Advertiser´s supervisor : Mark Stanley/Rossana Schach

Levi’s: Gears billboard

Media surfaces: Incidental Media

This is the first of two video sketches illustrating some of the ideas and principles behind Dentsu London’s communications strategy Making Future Magic.

WWF: Stop Brazilian Funk

Status Factory Exhibition by Ron English

One of the most prolific and recognizable artists alive today, Ron English just opened his latest exhibition at the Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion (California) entitled Status Factory with a surreal assemblage of over 100 artworks by the artist. This highly interactive exhibition traces the arc of English’s most ambitious themes across mediums.

The Force of Typography

“May the force of Typography be with you”
Advertising Agency: H-57 Creative Station, Milan, Italy
Creative Director: Matteo Civaschi, Gianmarco Milesi
Account Director: Sabrina Di Gregorio
Typographer: Matteo Civaschi
Published: November 2010

Post-It: Vintage Twitter

“Vintage Twitter. An original that sticks! They are twittastic! We have twittered for 30 years, but in our own way.”
With more than 100 million users worldwide, Twitter has over the recent years not only become a phenomenon, but a widely accepted tool to send short message to each other. Just like when we text each other on the phone, but visible to anyone. Amidst all this, Post-It celebrates 30 years in the business. What initially was considered a failed adhesive turned into maybe the most famous little piece of paper in history. Post-It became the standard for small, short messages and was used both between people and in public spaces, for anyone to see. Vintage Twitter is a loving homage to Twitter, with a reminder that the short message is not a new invention. The box, consisting of 500 Post-It notes (or vintage tweets) and a small pencil, was handed out at Disruptive Code, a conference for web developers in Stockholm, during autumn 2010.

Communications Agency: JMW Kommunikation, Stockholm, Sweden
Creative Director / Copywriter: Joakim Karlsson
Art Director: Jonas Böttiger
Illustrator: Thomas Olsson
Planner: Niclas Strandh
Published: September 2010

Video | Absolut Art Collection

The Absolut company officially connected with the art world in 1985. That year Andy Warhol painted “Absolut Warhol,” which became the first of the brands art advertisements.

For the first time ever, the entire collection is now gathered in Sweden where it will get its permanent home at the new Historical Museum of Wine and Spirits. In 2012, the museum will move into new premises at Djurgården in Stockholm, with the Absolut Art Collection as a new offering to its visitors.

The ABSOLUT Art Collection today compromise more than 800 works in a wide range of media from Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, Helmut Newton, Damien Hirst, Louise Bourgeois, Annie Liebovitz, David Shrigley, Douglas Gordon, Sylvie Fleury, Dan Wolgers, Linn Fernström and hundreds of other artists, designers and photographers.

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VW Polo: Tough. Beautiful. Polo

This is the new Volkswagen Polo commercial ‘Last Tango in Compton,’ from DDB UK and award winning director Jonathan Glazer (of Guinness Surfer, Sony Paint and Levis Odyssey) from Academy Films.
Shot in north London ‘Last Tango in Compton’ stars two of the world’s best Tango dancers – Gasper Godoy, Argentinean Tango World Champion, and partner Manuella Rossi, the world number two. The pair dance a specially choreographed routine overseen by one of the world’s foremost choreographers with a unique, simultaneous set-up of over 20 different camera’s following their every move.

Advertising Agency: DDB, London, UK
Executive Creative Director: Jeremy Craigen
Copywriter: Dave Henderson
Art director: Richard Denney
Account Planners: Leo Rayman, Tom Lloyd
Production Company: Academy Films
Director: Jonathan Glazer
Director of Photography: Dan Landin
Agency TV Producers: Sarah Browell, Lucinda Ker
Producer: Ben Link
Media agency: MediaCom
Media planners: Louise Pastou, Emma Franklin
Account Team: Jonathan Hill, Paul Billingsley, Matt Delahunty, Harriet Bates
Sound design: Soundtree/Wave
Editor: Paul Watts, The Quarry
VFX Supervision / Post production: One of Us Studios

Nathan Fox Tells the Story of Nike Athletic West

Last week Nike launched its Athletics West microsite to honor the original Athletics West Running Club. Founded in the 1970s, it comprised of a dozen runners that trained in Eugene, Oregon under the sponsorship of Blue Ribbon Sports, known simply today as Nike. With their unorthodox methods, the Athletics West would establish the groundwork for track and field performance in America.

Nathan Fox worked with agency Opolis, creating the illustrations for the Athletics West microsite. The illustrations were then animated for the website and the teaser trailer. Fox’s images capture the intensity and passion of the athletes. The full story of the Athletics West can be found here.

Client: Nike
Agency: Opolis
Producer Pam Siffert
Creative: Lael Tyler
Artwork: Nathan Fox

Babatunde Adebola: From Adolf Hitler with Love

To get admission into Miami Ad School Hamburg Germany in 2010, Babatunde Adebola a Young Lion and copywriter from DDB Lagos Nigeria went as far as getting a letter from Adolf Hitler to Niklas Frings Rupp (the D and AD best tutor in the world). He got what he wanted plus the priced Lurzer archive scholarship!
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Advertising Agency: DDB, Lagos, Nigeria
Creative Director: Ola Olowu
Art Director: Ade Ideen
Copywriter: Babatunde Adebola
Illustrator: Ola Olowu
Published: October 2010

Moustaches Make a Difference ᴥ

“Moustaches Make A Difference. This month, help us support prostate cancer research by growing a moustache. If you can’t get grow one, get one at, and encourage your friends to donate.”

Advertising Agency: TBWA\Singapore, Singapore
Creative Directors: Hagan de Villiers, Gary Steele
Art Directors: Reginald Ocampo, Danny Teo
Copywriters: James Holman, Martin Loh
Illustrator: Reginald Ocampo, Roger Tan
Developers: Tony Chew, Sean Tan
Production Managers: Sally Sim, Allen Pattiselanno
Account Service: Jaclyn Lee, Alrick Dorett
Published: November 2010

Photography by Brandon Showers

McDonald’s: Everyone saves for something

Advertising Agency: DDB, Budapest, Hungary
Chief Creative Officer: Peter Tordai
Group Creative Heads: Rodrigo Fernandes, Laszlo Hevesi
Art Directors: Carlos Ramas, Rodrigo Fernandes
Copywriters: Giovanni Pintaude, Zsuzsa Rakosi, Laszlo Hevesi
Published: October 2010

The Impossible Brief: The Impossible Song

For over 60 years it has been waiting for a great creative mind like yours. Crack the brief and win a pass to the 2011 Cannes Lions Awards Festival. Last Deadline – December 1st!

Advertising Agency: BBR Saatchi & Saatchi, Israel
Chief Creative Officer: Yoram Levi
Creative Directors: Ben Sever, Eddie goldbenberg
Art Director: Eran Nir
Copywriter: Tomer Gidron
Digital Designer: Yaron Sagy
Additional credits:
Original Music:
Editor: Deddan Uziel
VP Production: Dorit Gvili
Producer: Bosmat Marmali