HOPE SOAP - WHO Y&R
In South Africa, thousands die every year in disadvantaged areas from preventable diseases like typhoid, diarrhea, pneumonia, and cholera. This is due to lack of hygiene. Worst of all, the diseases affect the most vulnerable and innocent - our children.
Enter Hope Soap, a see-through bar of soap with a small toy inside. The only way for kids to get to the toy is to use ...
This revolutionary sales system made a live market out of rice paddies. Visitors to Inakadate Village could simply point their smartphone cameras at a rice paddy to purchase rice. Working on the principle of the QR code, the smartphone would "read" artwork located in the field, enabling users to place orders. (http://www.hakuhodo.jp)
Each year, in India, over two million children die before their 5th birthday due to infections that can be prevented by simple hand washing with soap. Of the children who die before the age of five, 44 per cent do not live past 28 days of their birth.
The Tutu Project is proud to announce that they were chosen by Deutsche Telekom to tell their story of how Bob and Linda Carey have chosen to deal with breast cancer through inspiration, courage and love. "Things get great when People start sharing" -- It's under this motto that Deutsche Telekom will give true stories a platform as part of its future communication. The focus is on sharing spe ...
Animal Instincts uses faux animal condoms to promote spay/neuter. The condom packages contain leaflets highlighting the importance of having your pet fixed. Users who try to browse the Animal Instincts website soon find the message, "There's only one real fix. Spay or neuter your pet. (https://www.sfspca.org/)
Our work was to define a complete user experience, taking the racket from reading the data. Players and tennis players have clear data on their game and can share the fun way with a community. (http://ogilvyone-paris.com)
Rain for sale
Lloro is a town in the poorest region of Colombia, and one of the rainiest towns in the world. But, because of its low economic resources, the town lacks access to potable water. The Coca-Cola Company had an idea. Sell the rain. They persuaded the Lloro townspeople to collect their rainwater and store it in recycled glass bottles. The townspeople then handpainted the bottles, turni ...
GIRAFFAS The Goal Screen
Fast food chain Giraffas presents a different experience to their customers: a mobile game that integrated with their smartphones and turns the tray paper into a virtual soccer field. Rip the side of the paper tray, make a paper ball and flick it into the screen! A unique game that can only be played at Giraffas restaurants and turns meals much more fun. (https://w ...
The Impossible Family Portrait
Pereira & O’Dell has introduced for Skype three short stories for its “Stay Together” campaign that focus on family and friends keeping in touch over long distances. Their accounts are wildly different, heartfelt approaches to living apart from loved ones. The first of the series, “The Impossible Family Portrait,” tells the story of Denis&nb ...
End Marmite Neglect
In a bid to remind people to dig out their forgotten Marmite jars and put them on their kitchen tables again we launched the multi-media ‘Love it. Hate it. Just don't forget it.’ campaign. Featuring Marmite Rescue Teams around the country saving neglected jars of Marmite from people’s cupboards, the TV ad spoofed animal-rescue style documentaries and features a voiceover ...
The Beautiful Black List
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, D&AD exhibited successive Black Pencil works together for the first time. We named these collectively as the ‘Black List’ and executed the exhibition's total design. The main theme is that of the whale. (http://www.dandad.org)
Fuck The Poor?
A man walks the streets of London shouting #FuckThePoor. Social experiment from poverty charity, The Pilion Trust, to see whether we really do care about those less fortunate. (http://publicis.london)
Newcastle Brown Ale: "IF WE MADE IT"
When Newcastle chose not to produce couldn’t afford an actual big game spot, Droga5 pulled out all the stops to show the world the ad Newcastle would have made, if they could have. A microsite at IfWeMadeIt.com housed teasers, trailers, focus groups and even “behind-the-scenes” footage featuring Anna Kendrick and Keyshawn Johnson for the co ...
Coca -Cola Life
Coke Argentina tells a true-to-life story of the highs and lows of early parenthood. We see a couple go through all the milestones after bringing home a baby—from sheer exhaustion to toddler mischief to the "Toys R Us has thrown up all over my house" stage. Not a new concept for advertising, but it's done in a beautiful way. No grating screaming kid noises or parents dismis ...
The series of radio ads – ‘Teleconference’, ‘Kids Party’, and ‘Enrique Concert’ – highlight how the energizing effect of Lucozade can help people get through those ‘give me strength’ moments. In the style of epic inspirational speeches, each ad focuses on an everyday scenario – from handling a conference call to negotiating the battlefield of a children’s birthday party. ...
Pocari Music Player
A card made of paper called a variety of music with just put on the LCD screen of the iPad, the content of the new sensation. (www.pocariplayer.jp)
Not Impossible's 3D Printing Arms for Children of War-Torn Sudan
Just before Thanksgiving 2013, Not Impossible's Mick Ebeling returned home from Sudan's Nuba Mountains where he set up what is probably the world's first 3D-printing prosthetic lab and training facility. More to the point of the journey is that Mick managed to give hope and independence back to a kid who, at age 14, had both his ar ...
An Impossible Made Possible
Honda's new CR-V 1.6 diesel film demonstrates that not everything is what it first seems. Through the ingenuity of its engineering, Honda has designed a fuel efficient SUV and done the illogical. (https://www.youtube.com)
The most advanced sign on earth
It looks so simple... and that deception isn't an accident. Since the conception of Points, the goal has been to make it look as one would expect a directional sign should. Packing motors, gears, sensors, wiring, and a support structure into such a compact package, however, was far from an easy feat. Over the past three years, we designed and prototyped count ...