Nike Cat Flap - Wait WHAT. WHO CAN EVEN DO THAT? Forget the shoe!
Nike Fly Swatter - I’ll admit it. Those are some pretty flexible shoes.
Happiness without Borders - Coca-Cola. Small World Machines. What an awesome idea.
Oreo’s new Wonderfilled Anthem. Oreo’s adverts sure have changed since the 90’s.
These Mini Cooper texting and driving print ads are almost exactly the same one as the Mercedes-Benz ones. HM!
Muscular looking men… without muscles? “All the muscles you need.” STIHL print ads.
Too hilarious - Rebranding Abercrombie & Fitch as the #1 brand for the Homeless. #FitchtheHomeless
Uniball pen ads - What fonts would sound like if they have a voice.
Honestly… what a beautiful story by Getty Images.
“85 Seconds” is the story of a couple that meets in their childhood, separate when teenagers and meet again when adults. Each one’s life possibilities and the meeting are told in a minute and a half, only with a sound track, no dialogues. From beginning to end, a counter shows the seconds of the film. In the end, it accelerates until it reaches the total Getty Images videos, but in time: 63,103,983 seconds. The campaign concept signs the film: “63 million seconds of videos. Infinite possibilities.”
“Terror also has a spot in the 140 Characters Film Festival. Festival of short films inspired by tweets.” Typographic print posters.